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Amazing, some of the shit people write on money.
By: Dave
Monday, Jan 29th 2007 (7:58am)
Verizon charges .002 cents per kb for data transfer, but they also seem to think that .002 cents is the same as .002 dollars.

I hope this leads to a huge lawsuit for Verizon. They've been overcharging people for years and don't know it. They are fucked.

Quick version for those who just want the gist of what happened.
By: Scott
Saturday, Dec 9th 2006 (12:53pm)
What did he dial? 1-976-RapeMeTillIOweTheDebtofSouthAmerica?

See it just isn't cellphones that'll kill you.
By: Scott
Tuesday, Apr 11th 2006 (5:57pm)
It just shows what a bored student with some common cents can do.
By: J20
Tuesday, Jan 17th 2006 (8:28pm)
From Techdirt: There are plenty of venture capital firms that pick a particular niche in which to focus their investments, whether it's something like nanotechnology or pharmaceuticals or wireless. But apparently there was one niche left untouched: the adult industry. Hence AdultVest, an online investment community designed to foster investment in porn and other adult businesses.
By: Scott
Wednesday, Dec 21st 2005 (10:43am)
As bird flu panic spreads, demand for the influenza medicine—and the shares of its suppliers—is getting feverish. Among the beneficiaries: Donald Rumsfeld.
By: J20
Wednesday, Nov 2nd 2005 (11:10am)
When I win the Powerball Wednesday, I will have to make some purchases:

Vacation Spots - Weapons! - Fast Car - Hot Women - Submarine - an island
By: J20
Monday, Oct 17th 2005 (3:57pm)
If you've ever gone sofa shopping and remarked that it'd just be cheaper to sit on a stack of money, now you can pull it off.
By: Dave
Tuesday, Jun 14th 2005 (7:13am)
Dimes are the stupidest form of currency ever invented. This web site is dedicated to my utter hatred for Dimes. My goal is to eliminate Dimes from society. I ask that you send me all your Dimes so that I can use them to fund an anti-Dime movement.
By: Dave
Monday, May 23rd 2005 (9:10am)
Got a lot of coins, but not a lot of rings? Here's a remedy for this painful scenario.
By: Dave
Thursday, Apr 21st 2005 (6:24am)
This guy, that's who.
By: Dave
Tuesday, Mar 29th 2005 (12:02am)
Check out the dingus on the new buffalo nickel!
By: Dave
Wednesday, Mar 2nd 2005 (12:05am)
I asked myself over and over during my intar-web exile. The answer is available here.
By: boho-daddy
Tuesday, Feb 8th 2005 (5:32am)
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Each year, Inc . magazine publishes the Inc. 500, a list of the nations fastest growing privately held companies.
By: J20
Thursday, Dec 30th 2004 (7:32am)
Items can be hidden right under the burglers' noses with these specially-designed briefs which contain a fly-accessed 4" x 10" secret compartment with Velcro closure and "special markings" on the lower rear portion.

If I ever come across money again I know now how to safely and secretly put it away.
By: J20
Friday, Nov 5th 2004 (12:20pm)
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Sure, it's war profiteering, indirectly, but it seems logical and legal: Bet on Iraq. I'm truly torn.
By: Dave
Wednesday, Sep 29th 2004 (12:02am)
WRONG!! All those people who got a free car must now pay the $7000 tax on those vehicles or give them back. Mind you she hand picked this audience so that it was full of people who needed a new vehicle but could not afford one.
By: Scott
Wednesday, Sep 22nd 2004 (4:42pm)
Now that our paper money is being revamped, it's time to look at coinage - starting with the new nickel. I just hope they bring back the Eisenhower dollar coin, those things ruled. RULED!
By: Dave
Thursday, Nov 6th 2003 (10:13am)
Visualizing huge numbers can be very difficult. People regularly talk about millions of miles, billions of bytes, or trillions of dollars, yet it's still hard to grasp just how much a "billion" really is. The MegaPenny Project aims to help by taking one small everyday item, the U.S. penny, and building on that to answer the question: "What would a billion (or a trillion) pennies look like?"
By: Hellvis
Saturday, May 3rd 2003 (2:52am)
Maybe it's paranoid, but did the US Mint know something about the September 11 terrorist attacks? Coincidental, sure--but it's kind of weird to say the least.
By: m0j0
Wednesday, May 15th 2002 (5:22pm)
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