In trying to STUMP THE LIBRARIAN regarding the Public Research Foundation's
Press Release, "HIDDEN TIES BETWEEN IRS AND SCIENTOLOGY REVEALED," Zed
brought in some W-A-A-A-A-Y overdue books, and said:
(First quoting from the press release):
>>Emory is currently
>>Director of the Washington State University Law School's >>Graduate
>>Program in Taxation in Seattle.
Then Zed sed:
>This isn't a particulary important claim, but I'll challenge it
>anyway. What evidence is there that Meade Emory currently holds >this
GOOD QUESTION, ZED, BUT...YOU DIDN'T STUMP THE LIBRARIAN!
Although, I'm afraid the Public Research Foundation got their universities
slightly crossed. According to the information *I* have, Meade Emory *is*
the Director of the Law School's Graduate Program in Taxation, but at the
UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON.
The University of Washington's web site has a Law School Faculty page at:
Here is an excerpt from it:
"The Director of the Graduate Program in Taxation, Meade Emory, is also a
full-time member of the teaching faculty and was formerly Assistant to the
Commissioner of the Internal Revenue Service and Legislation Counsel of the
Joint Committee on Taxation of the U.S. Congress. Aside from his broad
practice experience, Professor Emory has taught tax law at many of the
nation's leading law schools including Duke University, Georgetown
University, UCLA, New York University, Northwestern University, and the
University of Pennsylvania.
Roland L. Hjorth, A.B., LL.B. Dean
Thomas R. Andrews, B.A., M.A., J.D. Associate Dean for Academic Affairs
Meade Emory, B.A., J.D., LL.M. Acting Professor &
Program in Taxation"
If anyone wants to verify this further, the publically-listed phone number
for the Law School is 206-543-4550, and the receptionist there said Meade
Emory's secretary's name is Gloria.
NICE TRY, THOUGH, ZED, AND COME BACK *ANY* TIME TO PLAY...
STUMP THE LIBRARIAN.
Okay, Zed, so you have to take off one article of clothing, now, and
watches don't count. (I *did* tell you this was a strip challenge, didn't
--<The ARSCC Librarian>
P.S. to the Public Research Foundation: Okay, guys, I'm sure someone from
there reads this newsgroup, since your press release got sent to so many of
our ARSCC luminaries. This correction I did for you is a freebie, but--tsk,
tsk! I hope you issue a correction, and that your faces are crimson with
shame. I have a good mind to make your bottoms crimson...Oh, (heaving
sigh), I can't talk that way! You have no idea what it *does* to me...
*The ARSCC, like its *strict* (but gentle) librarian, does not exist.