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Magazine Scan - 1976 05 XX Dutch MUZIEK EXPRES #245 - Mother's most beautiful Mother's Day (Pittylabelle)  
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Post 2014-05-21 11:16   [Quote] 
He's so cute ... Very Happy

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Magazine Scan - 1976 05 XX Dutch MUZIEK EXPRES #245 - Mother's most beautiful Mother's Day
MUZIEK EXPRES, a Dutch Music Magazine
Issue: 1976 05 ??, No. 245

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--> From my private archive
--> Original Dutch MUZIEK EXPRES Magazine, very good condition
--> 600 dpi / 16 Bit colour & Grayscale scans NO descreening (EPSON Perfection V300)
--> 600 dpi / 16 Bit -> 300 dpi / 8 Bit Conversion
--> TIF -> JPG Conversion

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Technical Stuff:

Original magazine-size: 23,2 x 29,0 cm

01. Page 01 (Title)
02. Page 05 (Contents)
03. Page 44-45 (Double Page)

Resolution: 300 dpi
Colour Mode: RGB
File Format: JPG
Colour Profile: EPSON sRGB

Please print at 100 %

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Post 2014-05-21 11:17   [Quote] 
Preview ...


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thank you mexicanwave

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Post 2014-05-22 21:51   [Quote] 
Special Note: There was an error with the colour correction of the main JPG file.
Problem solved now - if you like, please download again and everything is fine. Wink


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Post 2014-05-22 22:33   [Quote] 
Thank you, again. Smile
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Post 2014-05-23 14:52   [Quote] 
Thanks for sharing, Pittylabelle!
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Post 2014-05-24 14:18   [Quote] 
Thanks Pitty. What a rock star Frank is!

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Post 2014-05-24 16:24   [Quote] 
Overnitefreak wrote:
What a rock star Frank is!


Great - that sounds funny to German ears: The German word "Rock" means "Skirt".

"Frank the Rockstar" - yes indeed, he certainly is. Very Happy
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Post 2014-06-15 13:27   [Quote] 
Yes, and here is the "perfectly matching" back side of this poster! Very Happy

Would you like some ABBA hits? Fernando?
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Gross.
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Post 2014-06-15 15:28   [Quote] 
Pittylabelle wrote:
Yes, and here is the "perfectly matching" back side of this poster! Very Happy

Would you like some ABBA hits? Fernando?

ABBA’s Costumes Designed To Skirt Tax Law

Posted on March 4, 2014 by dGuru

ABBA Tax Law

We here at Depreciation Guru have long been pointing out the byzantine complexity of our current tax law. At this time there are nearly 76,000 pages of tax rules. There have been, and continue to be, attempts by the Federal government to change this and make it more simple. However, to date, none have gotten very far and we are not terribly confident that it will change soon. That guarded pessimism certainly does not stop us when it comes to pointing inanities in tax law. Nay, it only emboldens us. In the article below Daniel J. Mitchell of the Cato Institute uses the 70′s pop stars ABBA to illustrate his point.

Here’s how a sensible business tax would work.

Total Revenue – Total Cost = Profit

And it would be wonderful if our tax system was this simple,…but that’s not how the current tax code works.

One of the worst examples is depreciation. The tax code rarely allows companies to fully deduct investment expenses…in the year they occur. Instead, they have to deduct those costs over many years. In some cases, even decades.

To make my point about legitimate tax deductions, I’m going to venture into the world of popular culture. According to The UK-based Guardian:

“The glittering hotpants, sequined jumpsuits and platform heels that Abba wore at the peak of their fame were designed not just for the four band members to stand out – but also for tax efficiency, …the reason for their bold fashion choices lay…in the Swedish tax code. The band’s style was influenced in part by laws that allowed the cost of outfits to be deducted against tax – so long as the costumes were so outrageous they could not possibly be worn on the street.”

When I read the story, I kept waiting to get to the scandalous part. But then I realized that the scandal is that ABBA could have paid even more in tax if they wore regular street clothes for their performances.

When ABBA first became famous, the top personal tax rate in Sweden was at the confiscatory level of about 80 percent and the corporate tax rate was about 55 percent. With rates so high, that meant taxpayers had big incentives to reduce taxable income and little reason to control costs.
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Post 2019-11-04 01:15   [Quote] 
Yes there they are But I remember another shot where they are all holding Frank he was lying sideways. I know I have it somewhere here or in storage. thank you very much for this post.
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Post 2019-11-04 02:19   [Quote] 
ejciii wrote:
But I remember another shot where they are all holding Frank he was lying sideways.

Rubber Slices

The photographer was Claude Vanheye.
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