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- Posted on Feb 14th 2007 3:12PM by David Sprague
You'd think that a person who's had no discernible source of income for, oh, a decade or so wouldn't be terribly familiar with the intricacies of the current tax code -- but that's not stopping Vanilla Ice from leaping into the fray and addressing that pressing topic with one of his typically incisive rhymes.
The artist formerly known as Rob Van Winkle -- or, depending on the situation, "hey, waiter!" -- has hooked up with the folks at Intuit software, who decided that it'd be a grand idea to promote the latest version of their TurboTax software with a ditty titled 'Tax Rap.' While we have to admit there's something a bit heart-warming about hearing the phrase "audit defense maximizer" in a song not written by Coheed and Cambria, we'd still be more likely to pony up for the product if it were endorsed by MC Hammer -- who's no doubt far more familiar with the inside of an IRS office.