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Representation of US Debt With $100 Bills (9 pics)

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The whole world is waiting for August 2 when U.S. could default on its spending obligations if the compromise between Congress and Obama wouldn't happen. Let's see how large the US national debt actually is, using the well-known $100 bill.

100 dollars

1 Representation of US Debt With $100 Bills (9 pics)

10,000 dollars


2 Representation of US Debt With $100 Bills (9 pics)

One million dollars


3 Representation of US Debt With $100 Bills (9 pics)

100 million dollars


4 Representation of US Debt With $100 Bills (9 pics)

One billion dollars


5 Representation of US Debt With $100 Bills (9 pics)

One trillion dollars




6 Representation of US Debt With $100 Bills (9 pics)


7 Representation of US Debt With $100 Bills (9 pics)

Please note that this is composed of two floors of pallets, for $ 100 million each. Football field and 747-400 for comparison.

15 trillion dollars. This is almost the US debt now.


8 Representation of US Debt With $100 Bills (9 pics)

Near is The Statue of Liberty for comparison.

And here are 114.5 trillion dollars. This is US unfunded liabilities. The 114.5 Trillion dollar super-skyscraper is the amount of money the U.S. Government knows it does not have to fully fund the Medicare, Medicare Prescription Drug Program, Social Security, Military and civil servant pensions.



9 Representation of US Debt With $100 Bills (9 pics)


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№1 Author: thalesrock (28 Jul 2011 02:04) Total user comments: 49


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07 Fuck U$A
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№2 Author: Gibeault (28 Jul 2011 02:25) Total user comments: 13


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The US Debt is 14.5 trillion dollars. Not 114.5 trillion.
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№3 Author: Timpy (28 Jul 2011 02:30) Total user comments: 58


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God bless America
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№4 Author: adzhoe (28 Jul 2011 02:49) Total user comments: 14959


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Nice pictures
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№5 Author: Jimmy Johnson (28 Jul 2011 03:39) Total user comments: 5518


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ONE MEEEEIIIILLLLIIIIOOOONNNNN dollars.
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№6 Author: Hypertension (28 Jul 2011 04:29) Total user comments: 1184


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114.5 trillion dollars ??
well, i'm not American but i'm reading the latest news.

http://www.davemanuel.com/us-n
ational-debt-clock.php



you're welcome.
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№7 Author: polo (28 Jul 2011 04:46) Total user comments: 174


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PEOPLE!!! Please learn how to read!!

"15 trillion dollars. This is almost the US debt now."

"And here are 114.5 trillion dollars. This is US unfunded liabilities. The 114.5 Trillion dollar super-skyscraper is the amount of money the U.S. Government knows it does not have to fully fund the Medicare, Medicare Prescription Drug Program, Social Security, Military and civil servant pensions."

Both of those were taken off of the pictures most of you just saw.
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№8 Author: itzdatazn (28 Jul 2011 05:15) Total user comments: 69


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lol..... nice~~
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№9 Author: punchythekid (28 Jul 2011 07:14) Total user comments: 317


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so when is china going to tag and bag us??? turn us into registered slaves. 11
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№10 Author: Jimmy Johnson (28 Jul 2011 07:53) Total user comments: 5518


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To put into a more macro perspective... Every person living in the US today, legal or illegal, owes more than $200,000.

The US only had around $250 billion in (adjusted) debt in 1950. So the debt you see today is due to the recklessness of government spending (corruption) in just 60 years.

The world's combined GNP is estimated to be only $50 trillion. All Obama can do is delay the inevitable... bankruptcy.

US Democracy - The poster child for government non-accountability.
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№11 Author: Link was here (28 Jul 2011 08:37) Total user comments: 1329


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... to put it in simple words, we're all fucked!
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№12 Author: Hypertension (28 Jul 2011 09:33) Total user comments: 1184


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dear AcidCow,
you must learn to tell us when you make corrections in your article,
otherwise you'll just make @ Gibeault and I misread the news.

or should i delete my comment now ?

Kind regards.
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№13 Author: jai9313 (28 Jul 2011 10:31) Total user comments: 894


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recklessness of government spending (corruption) <--- this is a very bad habbits
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№14 Author: thesoulshaker (28 Jul 2011 11:05) Total user comments: 1384


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Hypertension,
I agree wid u..
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№15 Author: salsapopo (28 Jul 2011 12:13) Total user comments: 12723


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№16 Author: mahedi (28 Jul 2011 13:22) Total user comments: 10772


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Weeeeee... I want that skyscraper
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№17 Author: Pilgrim (28 Jul 2011 13:35) Total user comments: 2288


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And to think that paper is worth something at all..
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№18 Author: joe_smoothee (28 Jul 2011 13:54) Total user comments: 363


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time to payup america
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№19 Author: Jinxaruny (28 Jul 2011 14:03) Total user comments: 10324


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15 I don't even want to know the state that SA is in right now...
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№20 Author: plaidpancake (28 Jul 2011 15:26) Total user comments: 2475


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wow thats alot of money
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№21 Author: Nsibai (28 Jul 2011 15:45) Total user comments: 5694


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№22 Author: khannibal (28 Jul 2011 16:13) Total user comments: 4711


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№23 Author: x BiG GyM x (28 Jul 2011 16:59) Total user comments: 85


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pay your debt, NOW
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№24 Author: Lu (28 Jul 2011 19:53) Total user comments: 15082


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Yep, Jinxaruny, things are going from bad to worse here.
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№25 Author: cube (29 Jul 2011 16:11) Total user comments: 163


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№26 Author: pash.maloo (29 Jul 2011 16:56) Total user comments: 1713


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print more????
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№27 Author: raymond.wendt (30 Jul 2011 03:24) Total user comments: 9115


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well... somebody's not doing their part. that's obvious.

i think a person will come along and fix all of this... in time.
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№28 Author: Dallizzt (30 Jul 2011 05:59) Total user comments: 1467


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There are ways to fix this but there is to much fucking greed in order to do so. Not to mention that no one in our government has the balls to stand up and do anything that won't directly benefit them in one way or another.

All great civilizations fail at one point and we're no different. America was 200 yrs old in 1976 and we may make it to 300 yrs but there's too many greedy fuckers out there and I doubt America will make it 400 (hell, we'll be lucky if earth makes it that long without throwing us off some how).
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№29 Author: compmaster (31 Jul 2011 19:48) Total user comments: 1871


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№30 Author: DocMcCoy (23 Oct 2011 17:55) Total user comments: 6039


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I don't have 200,000 Gs. 02
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