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and would like to point out that the consumer debt and mortgage crisis along with the doctrine of "too big to fail" have brought about a seismic shift in many people's ethics with regard to debt. The OP showed absolutely no concern about breaking a contract and walking away from a legitimate debt. Now many people are only focused on the consequences of breaking contracts (one's word) rather than the actual act. It's rather pathetic, I think.
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