|Let joy be unconfined.|
Instead, we simply feel a sense of weary and melancholy accomplishment, in much the same way we'd feel if we survived a gangbang in a prison shower and knew that it wasn't for the last time.
As mentioned here on Monday, there was no way the 2016 Turbotax program was going to run on our ancient (2008) Mac this year, so we ended up having to do everything using Turbotax's online site. Which was actually fine, as long as you don't mind spending $115 to wade through the government's indecipherable crap, put all of your most sensitive personal information online, and end up having no idea whatsoever if the final result is anything even marginally like correct.
Fortunately, the IRS provides a free service to help you sort everything out later. It's called an "audit."
Owing to this time (and sanity) consuming activity, we don't really have any trenchant political commentary for you today, other than to once again express our disgust with the whole system...and the legal requirement that we have to fund this madness.