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09-02-2008, 09:35 PM
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Carbonneau's Magic tie SOLD for....

100 000$

:a mazed:



Going to charity!

http://www.cyberpresse.ca/article/20...0/CPACTUALITES

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He better give it back if it's needed.

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wow.... I guess someone had a lot of money to spend lol

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I posted this in the Canadiens Golf Tourny thread. Some people are retardedly rich.

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I posted this in the Canadiens Golf Tourny thread. Some people are retardedly rich.
Or retardedly generous!

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Or retardedly generous!
or neither, that company just made the marketing statement of the year in Québec at 100k on cash they'l all probably get back next april

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or neither, that company just made the marketing statement of the year in Québec at 100k on cash they'l all probably get back next april
The cravate was bought by a private individual. He is named in the article.

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I posted this in the Canadiens Golf Tourny thread. Some people are retardedly rich.
i dont think its ******** when it comes to children.

they are our future.

if i would be millionnaire i would have done the same thing

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i dont think its ******** when it comes to children.

they are our future.

if i would be millionnaire i would have done the same thing
I said he's retardedly rich, not that he was ********...nor that it was ******** to donate 100k to a charity.

Just saying that you are "retardedly" (ridiculously) rich if you can dish out 100k like that.

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The cravate was bought by a private individual. He is named in the article.
ya but don't you recieve tax deduction (impots) when the profits go to charity?

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Or retardedly generous!
No...you definitely need to be retardedly rich. You could be the most generous person in the world, but you ain't giving out no 100k unless you're retardedly rich.

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ya but don't you recieve tax deduction (impots) when the profits go to charity?
Well yes, you can, but it doesn't come close to covering what you give. The government isn't there to cover for your generosity.

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did Don Cherry buy the tie?


good to see 100,000 going to a good cause and imagine if they won the cup with it what would it have been worth?

I bet will see another"magic tie" this year.

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ya but don't you recieve tax deduction (impots) when the profits go to charity?
Yeah but as far as I know that's only up to a certain amount.

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HOLY ****

Thats like, more than what Latendresse makes.

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175,000 is what I heard.

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100 000 more dollars to pay Sundin!

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HOLY ****

Thats like, more than what Latendresse makes.
You should have said, "HOLY ****

That's what Latendresse spends at McDonalds every month!"

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Nvm!


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100 000 not 175 000

http://canadiens.nhl.com/team/app/l_...ticleid=380999

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I really have always believed that some people have more money then brains.

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I really have always believed that some people have more money then brains.
Big deal, if the guy can afford it, more power too him. Besides, the money is going to a good cause.

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ya but don't you recieve tax deduction (impots) when the profits go to charity?
50% if I remember correctly my accounting classes

he is going to have a 50,000 tax break

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Big deal, if the guy can afford it, more power too him. Besides, the money is going to a good cause.
Ya so? Just said he has more money then brains.

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Ya so? Just said he has more money then brains.
Well depending on his annual income. He might be using this as a tax credit, which saves him money come income tax time. Which means he might have more brains than what you are giving him credit for.

Plus he can spread this charitable contribution out over 5 years when doing his taxes. Ok enough free business info for you people today.

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