In Uncategorized on 04/25/2019 at 16:20

STJ Lewis (“A World-Class Name”) Carluzzo is a man of many talents, a true latter-day Solomon. Today he shows us his skill at rarefied mathematics in Bara v. Commissioner, Docket No. 17107-17SL, filed 4/25/19, a designated hitter that is truly worthy of designation.

It’s the 15% qualified dividends calculation.

If STJ Lew worked all this out with a stub of a pencil on the back of today’s take-out menu in the Judges’ cafeteria at The Glasshouse on Second Street, NW, I wouldn’t be a bit surprised. I gave up after Section 1(h)(1)(F).

I leave to my readers the head-swimming task of reading through the two-and-one-half (count ‘em, two-and-one-half) pages of STJ Lew’s mathematical masterpiece.

STJ Lew’s mathematical prowess well-deserves Sir A. C. Doyle’s encomium: It “ascends to such rarefied heights of pure mathematics that it is said that there was no man in the scientific press capable of criticizing it.”

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