Shutterstock thought this was "TurboTax"

Shutterstock thought this was “TurboTax”

One of Paul Gauguin’s paintings of two Tatinis Tahitian Girls recently sold for a whopping $300 million, making it the most expensive piece of art ever sold. In other news, Bwog is selling our finger paintings to pay tuition. (BBC)

A court recently ordered that the attorney to Casey Anthony, AKA our favorite baby killer, is to keep none of the $25,000 raised by selling her story to media outlets in the settlement of her bankruptcy case. (Orlando Sentinel)

Intuit, the maker of TurboTax, recently shut down the filing of state income tax returns through the software because of concerns of “suspicious” filings. (CNET)

After no winning tickets were sold in yesterday’s Powerball, the jackpot for Wednesday’s drawing has shot up to around $450 million. Chump change. (CNN)

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