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What does one TRILLION dollars look like'?
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#3 - RadioactiveWaffle
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And just think, america is in debt for over 16 of those.
User avatar #145 to #3 - sirgawain
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And it will likely be 20 soon, if I have any remote understanding of what "Raising the debt ceiling" is.
#5 to #3 - comstockload
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And according to the Democrats it's not a spending problem...
User avatar #4 to #3 - eddymolly
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every country is in debt, if a country wasn't in debt it would be weird.
#115 to #4 - devonx
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uhm
User avatar #136 to #115 - fosforgasxiii
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Norway has debt too. They don't have a budget deficit, that's true, but they don't have debt.
User avatar #182 to #136 - fosforgasxiii
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Why do I get thumbed down? It's true!
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Economy_of_Norway >on 30 june 2009 Norway had a gros domistic debt of $548.1.
User avatar #197 to #182 - fosforgasxiii
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And this has to be $548.1 billion of course. Where was my mind?
#10 to #4 - cobrafan
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made me lol
#144 - frill
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#183 to #144 - beerterror
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#6 - Jesusnipples
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Interdasting tidbit:    
1 billion seconds ago (not trillion, billion) is was the 1970's.
Interdasting tidbit:
1 billion seconds ago (not trillion, billion) is was the 1970's.
#179 to #6 - anon id: dc3c5cc0
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1 trillion seconds was around 32 thousand years ago. Makes you think.
#180 to #179 - anon id: dc3c5cc0
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Agriculture came to be around 10 thousand years ago :P
#161 - etherlord
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#164 to #161 - jonolav
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User avatar #175 to #164 - angeljc
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my bad, that must be yours
#209 to #161 - kingthatcrawls
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Is.. Is that Obama?
User avatar #214 to #209 - etherlord
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Yes
#111 - Lewx
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Not enough...
#55 - sublimerule
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Looks like y'all gonna need 'bout another tree fiddy
#166 - hellspawner
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And they're trying to fit it into a platinum coin.
User avatar #213 to #166 - elcreepo
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100 percent pure platinum? Could work.
User avatar #190 to #166 - captchakid
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www.youtube.com/watch?v=fDJQBtHApeI

Go. Learn before yo-Oh wait, its the internet.
User avatar #181 to #166 - lospussy
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and then some stupid kid puts it into an arcade game at Chuckie Cheese
#169 - pilotdudeman
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Now take this said DOUBLE said stack here...and multiply it by 16....to see the United States national Debt....

pic extremely related
User avatar #185 to #169 - captchakid
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America is very much like a bully taking peoples lunch money, except when you try to fight us we win.



Prepared for red thumbs
User avatar #188 to #185 - pilotdudeman
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BULL

****.


Do you have any ******* clue how much money we give away to people foreign countries in a natural disasters and other ******** like that JUST to satisfy people like you?
User avatar #193 to #188 - captchakid
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Calm your tits. I love my country. But to the uneducated asshole I was pretending to be, that is exactly what this country is. Dont jump to conclusions on the internet.
#184 to #169 - volleys
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#186 to #184 - pilotdudeman
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#191 to #184 - downstreamlife
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Ben Bernanke: I don't get this, Imma smile anyway
#212 to #169 - elcreepo
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So it's about 89.6 feet (assuming the average person to be around 5.6 feet tall) tall. That's about the height of a standard lighthouse.    
   
We're screwed.
So it's about 89.6 feet (assuming the average person to be around 5.6 feet tall) tall. That's about the height of a standard lighthouse.

We're screwed.
User avatar #217 to #169 - naeoro
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Yeah, America is going to burn, soon.
It's a shame. I mean, they did invent the Quarter Floridium Shalamala Double Qadrangle Super Burger McDick right?
User avatar #221 to #217 - pilotdudeman
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dude..no joke...i just finished a huge Mc Donalds sandwich when i read this. It was a double quarter piounder and a Mc Chicken sandwich together....
User avatar #198 to #169 - savirleo
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#107 - felixjarl
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#146 - funnyjunkforlife
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