Some guy named Chiscolm sued Bank of America for $1.784 septillion dollars. That's $1,784,000,000,000,000,000,000,000. Or $1.784 trillion trillion. Any way you say it, he won't get it:
The gross domestic product of the entire world in 2008 was only $60 trillion, so even if Chiscolm won it might be a little hard to collect.
Also, or rather to reiterate, he's not going to win because he's nuts:
In a ruling issued Thursday, U.S. District Judge Denny Chin called Chiscolm's claim "incomprehensible," having something to do with incomplete routing numbers and inconsistent information given to him over the phone by a "Spanish womn [sic]." Chiscolm now has a month to come up with a better explanation of his claims, so we can all look forward to that.
Damn Spanish womn. Get you every time.