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Unhappy Birthday, BAPCPA

posted by Adam Levitin

BAPCPA's been in effect for 10 years now. I still remember the day before it went into effect, seeing round the block lines at the Wilmington courthouse as consumers rushed to file. 

There's lots to say about BAPCPA, for both consumers and businesses, but it boils down to this: it's not a fine wine and hasn't improved with age. The vinegar only gets more sour. 


So therefore my.mentorship with credit slips and my zimbie apocolyptice nationstar no star of this nation and.a foreclosure mill attorney unsensored and tge most active efiler in june of 22008 I believe. A bogus and.farcical.affidavit . Us bank also has no issues in taping our families forcibly out of security. The.nastiest Surf which has raped.its.investors.over.and.over.and.over is.standing.before my.gate saying I am.in a pool.of.theirs and.the tx.two.step.allows.u.to.die.slowly. like.the drought here too. The casualties are massive. . terrorizing yrs committing perjury and terroristic actions. Persuing a time barred national pastime called the dream we had that there was an American Dream. Instead of Happy Bday how about get thee out Satan old lang zyne. Living.in Tarrant Tx its so Funny...IForgot to laugh. But.I.will.slay.my.zombie.or.at.least make him puke me out for good..

And pardon my pigeon english and misspellings in a phone the.size of a tictac. My.main one stolen from mu possession two months ago.im lost being blind by 10 yrs of.legal ns bs. At.least ill be.remembeed.i hop for my annual lunatics rant

Laurie, I couldn't have said it better myself...

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