"Did you mean 80?"
Quite possibly. As I wrote above, I was forced to do some order-of-magnitude reduction thanks to my Torch's inability to comprehend numbers above 999,999,999. It's like I was using one of those ones from the '80s, where you got 12345678, and if you hit 2 * 2 enter enter enter too many times, eventually it would just say 'E'. And then you had to press the 'CE' button, which now I would assume would make the calculator CE compliant. But it didn't.
We had a tornado hit our house once - true story. We had this little calculator, a Casio, in a flip back vinyl thing. This was in 1989 or something. The tornado tore the roof off our house, and sent a 20x20' chunk of it cartwheeling off down the lawn. It left big divots every 5 feet or so as each corner hit the ground, until it reached its final resting place under a large tree, which gave the roof section a two-foot-long dent as a reward.
The calculator was on the kitchen table, and everything that was on the kitchen table essentially disappeared (along with a good deal of other things, but not our perennially angry cat; she was out on the second-floor porch, which got completely demolished, but showed up two days later with nary a scratch, and bitchy as ever).
A week later, I was combing through the lawn (this lawn stretches out a quarter mile by an eighth mile or so) on a 'shit that used to be in our house' treasure hunt, when lo, I did find the calculator! It was a bit soggy, but what the hey. So I cleaned off the solar thing (what ever happened to solar calculators?), went CE CE CE, and there was 0. just like always. So:
2 * 2 ENTER ENTER ENTER ENTER ENTER ENTER E
Tough little bastard of a calculator. A couple of years later it survived a 30 mile ride on the bumper of our Saab, in the rain.
Then we lost it.
Fucking hell. I mean, really? After all that?