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      • KWDragon says

        Since they are both based in Atlanta, I would doubt it is them. I would think NJ would equal NY proximity, excluding CNN’s Atlanta team.

    • wendy hood says

      lol dont apologize for a comment like that. i agree. people that point a finger so easily have multiple fingers pointing back at themselves all the time.

  1. yinyang says

    Question should be Which one Doesn’t ! So many peeps do this along w CT! Does not matter how rich or celeb status, THEY ALL DO!

  2. NYtoLA says

    Hrm … I know a lot of people that do this, actually. NYC sales tax is crazy expensive, so if you’re spending a lot on new threads it can really add up.

    • La Llorona says

      I was actually going to comment on this. If I had a residence in New Jersey and could get away with it, I would do it as well. Sales Taxes really suck, and depending on what county you live in, it can get even pricier if you live outside of NYC bounds.

  3. YesMaam says

    To be honest, I live in New York and New Yorkers do this ALL OF THE TIME.

    It’s not illegal (as I’ve been told, though I don’t do it myself, I know of folks who do for small things), as long as the goods are NOT being paid for by the COMPANY, like in the case with the Tyco CEO who sent millions of dollars in art to New Hampshire to avoid an over one million dollar tax. In this case, he charged the art to the company instead of paying for it himself.

    In this blind, the woman’s paying for the goods herself, but doesn’t want to pay the tax as well.

    Yeas, it happens out here more than you folks know!

    Yes, it’s unfair, but only if you don’t know how to do it or that it can be done.