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.
Saturday, Dec 9th 2006 (12:53pm)
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.
Wednesday, Dec 21st 2005 (10:43am)
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.
Monday, May 23rd 2005 (9:10am)
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.
Friday, Nov 5th 2004 (12:20pm)
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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.
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!
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?"
Saturday, May 3rd 2003 (2:52am)
How often do you change your sheets?
Nothing! Player's off!
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