So what does a TRILLION dollars look like?

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    $1 billion dollars.jpg

    The above chart is 1 billion dollars--($100.00 bills stacked together on pallets.) Notice the size of the man in this chart.

    $trillion dollars.jpg

    1 trillion dollars ($100.00 bills stacked together on pallets.) Now--notice the size of the man in the lower left hand corner of the chart.

    Each household owes $534,000 (poll) - OUR VIEW - Colorado Springs Gazette, CO
     
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    chump change to our gov, who'll piss it away on foriegn welfare queens without even blinking an eye
     
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    I don't think there's any trillionaires out there that can pay this tab.

    $1 billion dollars.jpg

    1 billion--($100.00 bills stacked on pallets)


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    1 trillion--($100.00 bills stacked on pallets)

    14.3 trillion in red ink now with another 61 trillion in unfunded liabilities--or $534,000.00 owed by each household in America.
     
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    There's a MAN in the second drawing (attachment)????? :eek:
     
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    Yes
     
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    K then- thanks...but he's a tiny feller!
     
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    It's the same man that is in the one billion chart--but he has shrunk against the "what does a trillion look like" If you look hard you'll see him.
     
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    That's Anthony Weiner.
     
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    One thousand thousand equals one Million = $1,000,000.

    One thousand million equals one Billion = $1,000,000,000.

    One thousand Billion equals one Trillion = $1,000,000,000,000.
     

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