PayPal Accidentally Credits Man With 92 Quadrillion Dollars


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Newser
: Chris Reynolds of Media, PA logged on to his PayPal account this month to discover he had been credited the ridiculous amount of $92,233,720,368,547,800. Reynolds was understandably shocked, but it was short lived. He logged on again a little bit later and found his balance had been reverted to zero.
 
PayPal adrdressed the error, telling the BBC, “This was obviously an error and we appreciate that Mr. Reynolds understands this was the case.”
 
Had the balance been a correct one, Reynolds reveals he would have used the money to “pay the national debt down. Then I would buy the Phillies, if I could get a great price.”

You throw up in this situation right? Like you log on to PayPal, you’re somehow a quadrillionaire, and you vomit. That has to be the play here. Just uncontrollable anxiety heaves until your blue in the face, and then eventually start thinking about ways to spend it. And even assuming it was miraculously the true balance of your account, “paying the national debt” is definitely not what you’re trying to do. Even with 92 fucking quad. Chris Reynolds: Professional Bozo.

I don’t care if I’m an infinity times infinity-aire, paying national debt is not on my list. Vegas trip with 6,000 of my closest friends, hire a personal chef, buy a shit load of homes all over the globe, buy some sweet night vision goggles, buy an alien, etc… Who can even begin to know the type of shit ill do with 92 quadrillion dollars. Pay a scientist to invent a way to make miniature wild life animals to be owned like pets. Like a dog-sized lion or elephant, or a full grown gorilla the size of a puppy. That’s the type of goods you want to be throwing money at, not the fucking debt. Try harder Chris Reynolds.

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