itcamefromschenectady: Also, the US Government Printing Office's budget is only about $130 million, so how are they going to save $400 million?
WelldeadLink: Brilliant.This kid has no future in government.
Abzzstain: Because the government only uses inkjet printers and buys single cartridges at retail prices. Surely no one in the government has ever heard of bulk purchasing. Or laser printers.
itcamefromschenectady: It's been proven that you don't actually need vowels to understand English, so why not ban them from government publications? That will save a lot of ink.
Ambivalence: Abzzstain: Because the government only uses inkjet printers and buys single cartridges at retail prices. Surely no one in the government has ever heard of bulk purchasing. Or laser printers.Laser printers use toner. It's the "ink" equivalent and it aint cheap.
Ambitwistor: I fully support this proposal, so long as all Congressional records are printed in Comic Sans.
Fano: Eh, it's play money anyway. Fark experts explained to me last week why it was a wise investment for San Fran to build a temporary bike trail by a bridge for 9.8 million.
Loucifer: This is just the type of thinking we need.
hchaos: Wow, that's, like, 0.01% of the federal budget! Good job! That will pay for 2 F-35s!
Zygar: [img.fark.net image 281x179]
Rhaab: hchaos: Wow, that's, like, 0.01% of the federal budget! Good job! That will pay for 2 F-35s!So because we can't cut as much as you want, we shouldn't attempt to save any money at all?
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