Bah With Flooding the Blogosphere With Too Much of the Same (Hanks Weekly Hangouts #53 – October 11, 2008)

These past few weeks have been tough on the financial markets around the world, and coincidentally I’ve noticed a lot of the posts in the Personal Finance realm have been catered to.  Yes, it’s a hot topic for sure, but I get fed up with mainstream chat all the time.  I can read most of it on CNN if I want to.  I’d like to see a new angle on the economic downturn, not just a regurgitation if we’re going to continue to write about it.  I’ll see if I can put my money where my mouth is next week…

Top Posts @ the MiB This Past Week

Time is running out to get in on my $300+ giveaway (Hanks Holiday Handout #4)  – get in my Wednesday, Oct 15 at high noon to make it in!

As you know, I passed my 1 year anniversary here last week and dove down deep to get the numbers on how my financial/blogging year has been @ 365 Days of Statistics On My Finances, My Blog Stats, And My Revenue Here @ The MiB

From Stumbleupon and the RSS Reader

NoCreditNeeded finds Online Calculator Calculates How Much It Costs To Drive

TycoonDream posted an interested article about Mark Cuban and how he got rich.
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Skorks talks and finds out How To Save Money As A Student

FixMyPersonalFinance writes about 32 Fool-Proof Federal Income-Tax-Saving Strategies

MyFinancialRecovery wrote an interesting artcile about Coffee Calamities and Luis Guzmán

From The Money Life Network

RemodelingThisLife presents Simplicity 101: Slow Down

PrimeTimeMoney presents John Bogle on the Current Financial Crisis

FreeFromBroke presents I’m Saving By Bringing Lunch To Work

BibleMoneyMatters presents The 10 Day Give Starts Today!

SenseToSave presents The national debt has too many digits

MilkYourMoney presents Stock Market Trading at a Seven Year Discount

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