Air Force enlisted members’ gripes are very different from those in other branches of the military.,The time of year every enlisted member dreads in the Air Force is when their Enlisted Performance Report is due.,The majority of the time, however, the member has to write their own bullets and send forward a draft, which their supervisor then corrects.,For example, taking out the trash in Air Force EPR bullet form could be written as, “member’s continued responsibility in daily detail work successfully improved overall mission accomplishment by 70%.”,Please, please, please, Air Force; stop it already with the PowerPoint presentations.

Santa Clara attorney Todd Rothbard got a sober letter from the IRS a few weeks ago.,“This kind of thing does happen,” said IRS spokesman Raphael Tulino, while declining to comment on the specifics of Rothbard’s case.,The IRS letter sent on Jan. 4 said the agency reviewed his tax return and determined he had miscalculated and overestimated his alternative minimum tax, qualified business income deduction and his overall rate.,SARATOGA – FEBRUARY 10: Todd Rothbard holds a $285,422.75 check from the IRS in his home in Saratoga, Calif., on Wednesday, Feb. 10, 2021.,Rothbard received the check from the IRS by mistake and is trying to return it.

All restaurants in Erie County will be able to offer indoor dining at 50% capacity and no more than four people per table.,BUFFALO, N.Y. — Following a judge's ruling that WNY restaurant owners who filed a lawsuit against the state would be able to reopen under Yellow Zone restrictions; Erie County says they will apply the 'yellow zone' guidelines to all Erie County restaurants.,That means all restaurants in Erie County will be able to offer indoor dining at 50% capacity and no more than four people per table.,Judge Nowak said he understood the concern about Erie County being in an orange zone while other regions around the state like the Albany area post higher COVID rates and are not currently in any zone.,Counsel to the Governor, Kumiki Gibson, released the following statement Thursday afternoon reacting to the judge's decision:

"A court decision yesterday temporarily granted a select few restaurants located within an Orange Zone in Erie County the ability to resume indoor dining under the rules governing Yellow Zones. read more