Credit Scores and Songs

Every time you get a hard hit on your credit report (applying for a credit card or other loan, etc.), your credit score goes down by two points and that reduction takes two years to expire. Shouldn’t we require banks and CC companies to disclose the credit scores at which they approve or disapprove applications to help people from uselessly destroying their credit more?

The way these people operate is damn near malicious. And let’s remember that banks and corporations are run by people.

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Even in New Orléans a chill is in the air today. Almost sweater weather. (Interestingly, the first part of the title and first song of the mix linked to below were added back at the beginning of September.)

I didn’t hear much new stuff I was greatly impressed by this month. So I’ve reached back to some old favorites. I never said this would be an all-new-release thing, did I? It’s short — eight songs — for the same reason.

Anyway, hope you enjoy it.

 

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