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Dad at Nixon-Kennedy Debate -
Dad at Nixon-Kennedy Debate
Lana Del Rey – Sad Girl -
Lana Del Rey – Pretty When You Cry -
Albert Hammond – The Air That I Breathe -
The Digital Filmmaking Handbook [With DVD] -
Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire (Harry Potter, #4) -
Lana Del Rey – Brooklyn Baby -
Lana Del Rey – Black Beauty -
Lana Del Rey – West Coast -
Lana Del Rey – Video Games -
Terrorism: An Introduction, 2002 Update -
Waiting for Godot: A Tragicomedy in Two Acts -
Healing America: The Life of Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist and the Issues that Shape Our Times -
kbondelli on [Best Buy] $25 Xbox gift card for $20 + an extra code for another $5 Xbox money ($20 for $30 worth of Xbox money) -
"This was already posted" - Kevin Bondelli
The Da Vinci Code (Robert Langdon, #2) -
Re: What French People in 1900 Thought Life Would Be Like In 2000 -
"The whale bus is amazing." - Kevin Bondelli
Adelyn Rose – Even -
Adelyn Rose – Collisions -
Internet Fast Lane Explained: How it Resembles Mafia Protection Money -
Internet Fast Lane Explained -
Internet Fast Lane Explained
Ultimate Classical Collection: 73 Selections from the World's Greatest Music -
The Short Stories of Ernest Hemingway -
kbondelli on Retailer Scam Re-Sells Humble Bundle Games, Reaps Profit Off Charity -
"I am not 100% sure, but I don't believe that offering a game in a bundle that also supports charity allows for a deduction. Since they are still technically selling the game it would not count as an in-kind contribution. I also assume that Humble would only deduct the amount allocated to charity from their tax liability since it is not actually their income. Outside of bundles, there are some definite issues with what can qualify as a 501(c)3 and how corporations can use them to limit their tax liability." - Kevin Bondelli
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