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Money Blogger Podcast

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I’ll be speaking with Scott who writes/records the Money Blogger Podcast a little later today so everyone who has ever been curious as to what I sound like, you’ll get your chance probably next Monday when he posts it. The Money Blogger Podcast is a series of interviews with money related bloggers and so far he’s interviewed Jonathan of MyMoneyBlog, Dawn of FrugalForLife, and fellow Money Blog Network partner Flexo of Consumerism Commentary.

I just finished listening to this week’s installment with Flexo and I wanted to thank Scott for mentioning the Money Blog Network in the intro and that I look forward to our chat tonight.

Finished up the interview, I think I sound like a dope and I started rambling and not making sense and… hahaha, I hate interviews.

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19 Responses to “Money Blogger Podcast”

  1. FMF says:

    I can’t wait!! I got my new iPod last night and I’m hoping to listen to you and Flexo soon!

  2. FMF says:

    That’s what I thought would happen!!!!!! 😉 Ha!!!!

  3. Cap says:

    no worries i sounded like a dope too.

    its one thing to type about these things and its another to talk about it. pretty tough I think.

  4. Flexo says:

    I felt the same way about my interview… turns out I was right. I kind of rambled and my brain froze at several points.

  5. jim says:

    Haha, we started talking about economics which isn’t exactly my strong suit and I started to ramble. He then asked me about American debt and savings and I mentioned something about China buying bonds, blah blah, hahaha, oh well. 🙂

  6. FMF says:

    Economics? Yikes! I’d start talking about bonds in China too!

    I think I may take a pass on being interviewed.

  7. Maybe this should be renamed the Money Doofus Podcast.

  8. Oh, and I’m with FMF on this one… I’m in favor of any opportunity to skip talking about Chinese bonds.

  9. jim says:

    Hahaha, well it’s been stated that our low interest rates are the result of china buying up all of our Treasury bonds. They don’t float their currency against ours, it trades in a narrow band set by the government, but they keep snatching up our bonds which has kept the rates low.

  10. FMF says:

    You’re doing it again…blabbing about bonds in China.

  11. FMF says:

    BTW, I just checked GoDaddy and is available! 😉

  12. jim says:

    I’m going to get it and point it to FMF.

  13. Jim, from the sound of things, you don’t regret talking about those Chinese bonds one bit.

  14. FMF says:

    Nice. Real nice.

    BTW — I sent out your package today.

  15. jim says:

    nickel – the bonds aren’t chinese, the bond buyers are. 🙂

    fmf – thanks!

  16. FMF says:

    Ooooooh! That adds another spin on things!! (I was under the same impression Nickel was.)

    So you really did sound like a doofus. 😉

  17. Yep. A total doofus. Which is why I’M registering and pointing it at JIM’S site.

  18. Jonathan says:

    LOL. Is this the Money Blogger Hazing Network or what? 🙂

  19. FMF says:

    Jim — When is your podcast going up? It’s not on the site yet (I just looked for it.)

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