666 and the IRS: Taxes are the Work of the Devil

Take a wild romp through the USA in search of connections between the devil’s number 666 and the Internal Revenue Service taxes. From the Land of Dixie to the Wild West, the IRS devil went everywhere, waving his 666 flag.

The 666 IRS devil began his journey on the Devil’s Road in Florida, traveling the states of Mississippi, Florida, Alabama, Georgia, Louisiana, Texas, Virginia, Arkansas, North and South Carolina and Tennessee to collect the devil’s due in taxes.

Then the 666 IRS devil moved through the Midwestern states of Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North and South Dakota, Ohio and Wisconsin. It took the town of Hell, Michigan to appease the devil’s quest for taxes and save the Midwest from the devil’s wrath.

The 666 IRS devil wouldn’t be caught dead without visiting the Mountain States of Arizona, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Utah and Wyoming. Drive the Devil’s Highway and find out which state promised the devil the unlimited power of taxation.

Follow the Wild West trail of the number 666 devil stallion, as he galloped through the Wild West states of Arizona, New Mexico, Colorado, Oklahoma, South Dakota, Texas, Nevada, Utah, Wyoming and California on his number 666 horse collecting taxes. Throw in a few outlaws such as the outlaw whose skin was made into a pair of shoes, and you’re ready for a Wild West adventure.

Finally, the devil collected taxes in the original Thirteen Colonies of the United States via the number 666. The Thirteen Colonies of the American Revolution, and the first to sign the U.S. Constitution were Delaware, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Georgia, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Maryland, North and South Carolina, New Hampshire, Virginia, New York and Rhode Island.

If ever you had a doubt about where our taxes came from, here is absolute proof that taxes are the work of the devil.

It’s a shortie. Strange but true.

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