May 8, 2015 7:30 am -


Jeff Waters, a resident of Jacksonville, Florida, strolled into Bank of America to cash for $368,000,000,000 dollars. He says it’s Tito’s fault. Ring of Fire reports: According to Mr. Waters, the U.S. Bank of Idaho owed him $368,000,000,000.00, because that’s what it said on the blank check that this guy name Tito sold him for $100.…


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3 responses to Man Tries To Cash $368 Billion Check

  1. robert May 8th, 2015 at 1:38 pm

    another satisfied customer at the local bar

    up until the mug shot

  2. FatRat May 8th, 2015 at 4:28 pm

    $368,000,000,000.00 hmmmm. If he wanted to go directly to a strip club he should insist on singles. How much would that weigh?
    (Taken from Yahoo Answers)
    Each note weighs one gram.There are 454 grams to a pound.So one pound would have 454 notes.A million dollars in ones you take 1,000,000 dollar notes divided by 454 and come out with approximately 2203 pounds for one million dollars in one dollar bills. A little over a ton.

    368,000 X 2203 lbs. = 810,704,000 lbs.

    (80,000 pounds
    Hence, the name “semi-trailer.” Semi-trailers are generally about 53 feet long, minus the cab. Add the cab and they’re about 70 to 80 feet long. The maximum load they can haul is 80,000 pounds.Sep 9, 2013)

    810,704,000 lbs / 80,000 lbs. = 10,133.8 trucks loaded with singles. No such thing as .8 of a truck. Rounding it up to 10,134 trucks

    I think we can safely say that Bath Salts do not assist in math problems and he is going to need a Convoy. lol

    Convoy 1978 movie Theme Song

  3. allison1050 May 8th, 2015 at 5:24 pm

    And he looks to brilliant!