Oct 19th 2011 2:58PM The popular, trendy word Awesome that everybody says for even the smallest idiotic occurrence is quite appropriate here including his learned falsetto Woo-Hoo sound.
Mar 15th 2011 4:16PM Apparently, somebody at Chase Bank, San Diego had a lucid moment of clarity by accepting this guy's "Penny" payment. Had they refused, it would certainly contribute to their already tarnished PR and wolf pack reputation as a corporate predator. This way, they look like they are at least trying. They smartly turned a potential negative into a positive. Chase is still as corrupt as the Roman Empire, however.
Also: I am not aware of any written law, regulation, ordinance or code, etc., that says a merchant or debtee can refuse a payment in pennies beyond 28 cents or any amount. Sees to me if you refuse a cash payment, a court might expunge the debt.
Also: Given the current market value of copper in 1982, he would have been smarter melting down the 650,000 (4,062.5 lbs) pennies into ingots with a value of $17,265.00. Our current penny is just copper plated zinc, containing only about 2% copper as opposed to 95% copper before 1983. You just can't win anymore.
Feb 19th 2011 1:22PM I wonder if Eric even gets donators remorse? I bet he does sometimes. This would be like a mechanic donating a favorite tool or a an audio engineer donating a favorite old microphone used in historic recording sessions. I sold my old 67 VW Bug to a guy and ended up buying it back about five years later and totallly restoring it.
Jan 5th 2011 3:20PM Hope she likes kissing an ashtray because he still smokes like a banshee and has already had a couple heart attacks from it. Meg sort of reminds me of Sandra Bullock with her dumb choice of this nerd. I always thought of "John, The Coug" as sort of a dork with an overly big cranium. He's also shorter then her. Go figure.