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1.
-noun
1. An investment in the American International Group, Inc. (AIG) via taxpayer money channeled into a bailout
2. An "aging" investment, particularly in AIG, which has matured over time and which has recently yielded anywhere from small to extremely large benefits in the form of bonuses derived from a 165-million-dollar bailout
3. The act of paying taxes in hopes of its infusion into a government bailout resulting in one's subsequent reception of anywhere from $1000 to $6.5 million in bonus pay
4. The act of investing in AIG and the personal benefit of its employees with one's taxes

1. "For the sake of our country's future, I believe it's vital that we make an aiginvestment with taxpayers' money and little regulation."
2. "I've been working at AIG for 20 years and now I'm a top executive who received $6.5 million in bonus pay. Although I've certainly aged over the years, it seems my aiginvestment payed off."
3. "I've been evading the IRS for years, but recently I landed a job at AIG. I think i'll pay my taxes now since the aiginvestment seems to pay off."
4. "I support AIG and would like all its employees to benefit despite the horrendous job they've done at running the company; henceforth, I shall reward them by paying my taxes and thus making an aiginvestment in their personal welfare."
by justin208350 March 24, 2009

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2.
-noun
1. An investment in the American International Group, Inc. (AIG) via taxpayer money channeled into a bailout
2. An "aging" investment, particularly in AIG, which has matured over time and which has recently yielded anywhere from small to extremely large benefits in the form of bonuses derived from a 165-million-dollar bailout

-verb
1. The act of paying taxes in hopes of its infusion into a government bailout resulting in one's subsequent reception of anywhere from $1000 to $6.5 million in bonus pay
2. To invest in AIG and the personal benefit of its employees with one's taxes
-noun
1. "For the sake of our country's future, I believe it's vital that we make an aiginvestment with taxpayers' money and little regulation."
2. "I've been working at AIG for 20 years and now I'm a top executive who received $6.5 million in bonus pay. Although I've certainly aged over the years, it seems my aiginvestment payed off."

-verb
1. "I've been evading the IRS for years, but recently I landed a job at AIG. I think i'll pay my taxes now since the aiginvestment seems to pay off."
2. "I support AIG and would like all its employees to benefit despite the horrendous job they've done at running the company; henceforth, I shall reward them by paying my taxes and thus making an aiginvestment in their personal welfare."
by justin208350 March 24, 2009