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October 11, 2012


Frenchwoman receives phone bill for 11,721,000,000,000,000 euros

(Thanks to W. von Papineau)


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That's it!!
No more texting for you, young lady!

Bouygues Telecom must be the French equivalent of AT&T.

It's not often that all of the world's economic problems can be solved with a single telephony bill.

I don't get to see many quintillions. I'm kind of surprised that she didn't surrender.

Whew, déjà vu!

Nice to see I'm not the only one who sometimes hits "submit" twice.

Nice to see I'm not the only one who sometimes hits "submit" twice.

"Bouygues" is French for "Bogus."

Customer Service at its finest!

*SMACKS* wiredog. *SMACKS* wiredog.

A 2 year payment plan would only be:

488,000,000,000,000 per month.

Assuming no interest and only 3 significant digits.

come on, its only 11 cents.

The chattiest of Kathy's.

Block Mom's number; it's the only way.

Smartass phones are death.

How much is that in real money?

She must not have read the small print in her cell phone contract.

I hope no one tells FairPoint about this revenue scheme. I thought billing people for new Caller ID installation every time they got a phone call was bad enough.

There's not enough money in the word to cover a thousandth of that.

Wiredog, that was classic!

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