Back when I was in high school (and no, right now I don't particularly feel like admitting how long ago that was :-) ), there was a popular saying amongst my circle of friends. It was "punch my give-a-shit card," often simply abbreviated to "punch my card" or a vague hand-wave while holding your fingers in a card-grasping position (especially when teachers and/or parents were around), when something happened that you were theoretically supposed to care about but that, in reality, you just didn't.
/me waves hand vaguely
Punch my card.
All the big corporations depreciate their possessions, and you can, too,
provided you use them for business purposes. For example, if you subscribe
to the Wall Street Journal, a business-related newspaper, you can deduct the
cost of your house, because, in the words of U.S. Supreme Court Chief
Justice Warren Burger in a landmark 1979 tax decision: “Where else are you
going to read the paper? Outside? What if it rains?”
— Dave Barry, “Sweating Out Taxes”