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You're listening to the Debt Podcast with bankruptcy and consumer law attorney, Jay Fleischman.
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At the Debt Podcast we'll give you all the information you need to help you learn more about consumer issues, credit reporting, dealing with debt collectors, keeping yourself out of debt, increasing your personal wealth, and bankruptcy and debt relief options.
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"No sir I have no experience, but I'm a big fan of money. I like it. I use it. I have a little. I keep it in a jar on top of my refrigerator. I'd like to put more in that jar. That's where you come in."
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Hey everybody, welcome back to the show, thanks for subscribing and tuning in. Today is Friday, November 4, I figured I'd end out the week with a big show for you. First, before we start, I'd like to share a little bit of, really bad news for myself, well not bad news, it was a measure of disappointment. This past weekend I was in Minneapolis for a conference of the National Consumer Law Center and the National Association of Consumer Attorneys of which I'm a member, for their annual conference regarding fair debt collection, and credit reporting and truth in lending, and mortgage service or abuse. It was a huge, huge conference, and by the end of the weekend I was incredibly jazzed. And I had my laptop with me as always, and I had my headset, and my copy of Audacity loaded onto the laptop, and Saturday night I came home. I came home kind of early, and I couldn't really sleep, and I decided I was going to do a show. And I loaded up Audacity, hit record, and I just, I had this huge, huge show, it was, I don't know, probably 45, 50 minutes. It was really, really long. Probably too long in hindsight. Anyway, I went back and I went back to check the levels on the show the way that I normally do to make sure that it's loud enough, and I wound out closing out of the show without saving it, and I lost the whole darn thing. It was just so, so, so depressing that I couldn't bring myself to sit in front of a microphone up until this very minute. In fact, coming into, into the office this morning, I finally said to myself, all right, we're going to get this show out. People need us, there's lots of information that I've got to provide, and it's important. It's important stuff. I get a lot of fantastic feedback from all you folks out there, and I really appreciate it. So, if you have any additional questions or comments, you can send them to firstname.lastname@example.org. Or, well you can go on...