Posted On: 2006-02-15
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Hey everybody and welcome back to our Debt Podcast. Today is Wednesday, February 15, 2006. My name is Jay Fleischman and thanks for staying subscribed and to listening to the show. If you are checking us out on the website and you find yourself checking online every single day for a new show, what you can do is enter your email address in the sidebar, and you can get an email notification every time a new show comes online. It's simple, it's free, it's easy, and highly recommended. Saves you a lot of time and effort out of your day. So check into it. Of course you can also subscribe directly from iTunes or any RSS or streaming media feeder, RSS. It's been a long day everybody, and I know that we were supposed to post a show on Monday, but unfortunately the fates played against me. I was out of town for the weekend and was supposed to come back into town on Sunday evening and back into the office on Monday morning in well enough time to do a show. Unfortunately because of the snowstorm that hit New York City, I was locked out. And though the folks over at Jet Blue did an admirable job of getting me back last night, unfortunately they couldn't get me back on Sunday. So, I guess that's the downside of flying during winter. But in any event, I'm back now and happy to be here. And happy to have you all listening, and today's original show was going to be the history of bankruptcy in the United States. Unfortunately because I did not get back into town on time, some of my research has some holes in it, and rather than bring you an incomplete show, I figured I'd just wait a couple of days. But, have no fear, today we do have a show with a little bit of Q&A for you, some questions that have been posted over to us at Debt Podcast, which you can do by going to email@example.com. And these folks have submitted...