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Better Or Worse Than Health Code Violations?

Mama Mexico appears to have had some trouble with the authorities, as Lecture Hop Editor Emeritus Sara Jane Panfil notes that its 102nd Street location has been seized by “The Man” for non-payment of taxes.

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The website does seem to indicate the other two locations are still going strong.

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  • We Must says:

    @We Must collect more taxes so the government can continue to grow! More government, more programs, more spending – this is the new American way!

    1. Wow says:

      @Wow Nice trolling, Kuladick. I thought you graduated. Go back to sucking Dick Cheney’s Richard.

  • this says:

    @this is happening more and more on account of the budget crunch up in albany. basically businesses are pretty bad at paying taxes, so this is just to get them to pay up. but it certainly is indicative of the direness of the situation for the state that they are effectively cutting off their own revenue stream in sales tax for a few days.

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