Record companies are suing LimeWire for 75 Trillion dollars. The judge presiding in the case, Kimba Wood, made clear in a 14 page opinion that she found the request absurd and claims that it stretches copyright laws to their breaking point. ~ Geekosystem
75 Trillion is more money than the entire music recording industry has made since Edison’s invention of the phonograph in 1877.
If you stack up $1,000 bills, $1 trillion would need a pile that is 80 miles high… and then multiply that by 75.
With a population of approximately 300 million people, you could give away $75 trillion by giving every man, woman and child in the U.S. $255,000 each.
75 trillion dollars could buy 150,000 trips on the space shuttle.
75 Trillion Dollars will buy every American citizen in this country 75,000 boxes of Girl Scout Cookies each.
With 75 trillion dollars, we could cover the estimated 46 million people without health insurance in the United States for almost 225 years.
With $75 trillion, you could put 615 million students through a full four years of private college.
… and then multiply that by 75.
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