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(Yahoo)   Business Insider writer needs to clarify how much $891,470 million is   (finance.yahoo.com) divider line 10
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2012-07-10 03:10:11 PM
$891,700,000 thousand. That's the trick to being a business insider, you don't need these sort of things clarified.
 
2012-07-10 03:17:34 PM
1,782,940 chicks at the same time

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2012-07-10 03:39:12 PM
FTA:
"AT&T sought $1.15 million from Smith in restitution (interest and fees included)"
 
2012-07-10 03:40:04 PM
Was there a typo that was in the article or something? Because right now it says $891,470.
 
2012-07-10 04:18:44 PM
In other news, there are telephones in Somalia.
 
2012-07-10 04:52:28 PM

Pick: In other news, there are telephones in Somalia.


Well they gotta eat somethin'
 
2012-07-10 04:57:40 PM

Arkanaut: Was there a typo that was in the article or something? Because right now it says $891,470.


When originally subbed the sentence read: "...allowing a scammer to rack up $891,470 million worth of charges ..."
 
2012-07-10 07:04:32 PM
$891,470 @ $22/minute = 40,521 minutes, which is 675 hours. Eight phone lines in the office is 84 hours per line. 84 hours per line, all in a single (48 hour) weekend. Some fine math there AT&T.

/unless they are doing some seriously BS rounding up
 
2012-07-11 07:30:15 AM
So what if someone busted into his phone system. If someone breaks into your home and steals your gun and then later shoots and kills someone that doesn't mean that you are guilty of murder.

Same with women that dress slut and are raped. Stop blaming the victim.

//wearing the uniform
 
2012-07-11 11:00:31 AM
So, someone who isn't even an AT&T customer can make $900k in phone calls through AT&T, and they claim the CUSTOMER is the one with a security problem???
 
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