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Today is Tax Day in the U.S. and I’m burning the stress candle at both ends between getting my taxes done on time, following up on some potential job leads, and doing some general spring cleaning of my home. The one fringe benefit of Tax Day is that it gives me an incentive to go through papers trying to find any documents I could use for filling out those damned tax return forms while I take that opportunity to throw old papers either in the trash or the recycling bin (depending on if the paper in question is recyclable or not).

In the course of sorting through old papers I came across a letter from last year notifying me of the death of my onetime divorce lawyer while saying that if there are any outstanding papers from him that I need I should go to the lawyer handling my late lawyer’s estate and get them immediately. (Luckily my divorce lawyer had given me all the documents I needed around the time of my divorce so I didn’t need to do that.)

Well, anyway, here’s a video break that’s appropriate for today. It was originally a Beatles song but the late George Harrison did a live performance of that tune during a 1992 concert in Japan that also included Eric Clapton on guitar.

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For the first new blog post of 2016 here’s a photo of a New Year cake that I took at Safeway a couple of nights ago.

Happy New Year 2016 Cake

The same store previously had a display of soda cartons made up to look like a Christmas tree, which I mentioned in my brief Christmas Day post. Went I went back to that store a couple of nights ago I saw that they replaced the Christmas tree display with this.

NFL Super Bowl 50 Display at Safeway

That was how I learned that this year the NFL will be holding its 50th Super Bowl known, naturally, as Super Bowl 50.

I’ll end this post with a video of George Harrison singing a song called “Ding Dong, Ding Dong.” The song was originally released for New Year’s Eve 1974 in order to ring in the year 1975. Cheers and Happy New Year! 🙂

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