"In Jim Waters piece, he begins with a quote from Daniel Defoe, a political pamphleteer and novelist, who was an infamous debtor who was jailed in 1692 with substantial debt and a reputation of dishonest dealings. He also made loud lamentations about debtors being unjustly accused with due process. He did marry to a woman with a substantial diary which placated his position for a short time. He died penniless with numerous lawsuits filed with the government. Wait a second, this sounds suspiciously familiar in tone. Obviously, Daniel had a hard time with money, numbers, and interpretations, and in the end, he went to jail."
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