Several cool things happened this week. One: a commenter told me to go F* myself one day and then apologized a day later. What? No one apologizes on Kinja. It’s like crying in baseball.

Then, the piece in which that happened got a quarter of a million reads (along with 1,000 other comments not specifically telling me to do untoward things to myself). That’s pretty cool.

But, I also realized something: I have been recording podcasts without making videos at the same time. I’m recording the sound but wasting the light! So, now I make weekly videos. That means there are some pretty good topics I don’t have videos for - yet.

Well, there’s only one way to solve that. I’ll just have to sit down and make some stand alone videos for those classic topics. Like this week: I made a video on the Lemon Law. I did my first podcast on that topic - seeing how it is the primary focus of my practice - and a follow up a month or so ago. I won’t make videos of all the podcast topics. But the good stuff - like as-is and Magnuson-Moss - will be done.

So whenever the mood hits, gather the kids around the old pictobox and fire up a Lehto’s Law. You and your kin can watch and learn about the law and speculate about those books over my left shoulder. How many of them do you suppose I have actually read?

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And this week’s podcast was a companion piece to the article - How To Avoid Auto Repair Scams.

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Steve Lehto has been practicing law for 23 years, almost exclusively in consumer protection and Michigan lemon law. He wrote The Lemon Law Bible and Chrysler’s Turbine Car: The Rise and Fall of Detroit’s Coolest Creation.

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