Maryland turns to YouTube in desperate attempt to get people to pay their taxes


Having heard that the kids today get all their information from the Internets and the Facebooks and the hey hey, Maryland comptroller Peter Franchot put up a series of YouTube videos urging people to file their taxes over the Internet.  E-filing saves the state money, and, for the young Net-savvy generation, presumably makes filing your taxes as much fun as a game of World of Warcraft.  The ads are based on the Bud Light "Real Men of Genius" ads, which young people are also said to have enjoyed. Keep reading...

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