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Don't touch that dial! It's just the 65th episode of the Debt Podcast. You're listening to the Debt Podcast, your best source of news and information on personal finance, debt, credit and more. Visit us online at www.debtpodcast.com to check out the show notes, subscribe to our feed, or to sign up for e-mail notifications for new shows. Whether you're in debt, out of debt, or somewhere in between, the Debt Podcast will help you take control of your wallet. Get your questions answered on the show by bankruptcy and consumer law attorney, Jay Fleischman, by sending e-mail to debtpodcast@gmail.com, or just pick up the phone and call our listener line at 206-202-5231. Tell us what you think. We'd love to hear from our listeners, because without you, we're just talking to the computer. The Debt Podcast is a production of the Debt Relief Law Center of New York. Intro music by Dr. Frankenstein. Theme from the Mad Thinker.

Hey everybody, and welcome back to your Debt Podcast. This is show #65, and I'm glad to be back. I hope you're all having a fantastic day, morning, evening, weekend, whenever you're listening, I hope you're having a good one. Thank you very much for staying subscribed. I really appreciate it. Our listener feedback lines are on fire! Our e-mail is exploding, thank goodness for the excess capacity of gmail. If you don't have gmail, I highly recommend that you go out and get it. You're never going to run out of space, or at least that's what they tell me. Also, by the way, gmail recently launched their calendar program, which is just outstanding, and it's even better because it's free. Gosh I love free. Check it out at Google.com/calendar and give it a look through. You'll really enjoy it.

Anyway, we've got a fantastic show for you today, folks. And first I would like to give a warm thank you to a friend of mine out of Connecticut, you know who you are, who gave me a little bit of kudos and a pat on the back for doing this show for so long, and in his words, "making it sound so easy." He's got a new project coming out, very soon, a podcast as well, once he gives me the go ahead to, I'll let everybody know it is out there, I will certainly do so. It is a fantastic, great, terrific show, and I'm looking very forward to being able to announce it to all of you on the Debt Podcast.

We're going to start out with a couple of tunes. Well, we're going to start out with one tune. It's real upbeat, it's two minutes and 54 seconds. The name of the song is Camille. It's by a group called the Misprints. Sit back and enjoy, but remember, it's 2 minutes and 54 seconds, just in case you're not a big fan of music. See you on the flip side...

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