One Trillion Dollars

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+38 1. WhiteWolf commented 12 years ago

I don't need trillion dollars, I would be super happy with 1 million :D

And why they made that 100 dollars bill sooo fat..........it's ugly
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+50 2. Glubok commented 12 years ago

The purpose of this video is to give an idea of the debt of the United States. Not irrelevant at all, must watch the entire video before talking...
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+47 3. Th3Lurker commented 12 years ago

Every few WORDS he feels the NEED to accentuate a WORD, so it seems MORE impressive.
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+34 4. Acim commented 12 years ago

It's easy - 1,000,000,000,000, USD is 829,187,000,000 EUR
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+6 5. FishPowa commented 12 years ago

can i sleep on it? This video made me sleepy :| O:)
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+10 6. richxdeath commented 12 years ago

I cant even imagine having this much money :O
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+8 7. Crash0 commented 12 years ago

I would take it in quarters if I had a chance. With that kind of money, I would buy some storage space to store it in.
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+29 8. OneShot commented 12 years ago

That's the kind of debt you can just forget about...
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-11 9. nofreeusername commented 12 years ago

the point?
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+12 10. zatlah commented 12 years ago

That is a huuuuge depdt...
Omg we cant expound it with our human mind...I barely cant imagine how one million dollars looks like in real life not one billion,definately not one trillion dollars..thats insane
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-7 11. scratchy commented 12 years ago

Dis vid COULD have been interesting >:) if you cut the horrible voice and the lauzy parts and ad some muZic.
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0 12. archis commented 12 years ago

Well, if the topic goes about money and numbers i like this clip better :D http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cKKHSAE1gIs&feature=related
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+5 13. dazzy commented 12 years ago

Now who wonders where this money comes from, debts need to be paid right? So actually someone or something owned that kind of money. The other possibility is that they produce only more money, hence there is no debt!
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+7 14. heup commented 12 years ago

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Really?

Damn dude, you suck at logic.
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-1 15. firest4rter commented 12 years ago

why have it all laid out like that, ever heard of a credit card?
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-3 16. lalafafak commented 12 years ago

#2 I hope more people vote you up. The video was boring... until the punchline at 4:55. Holy crap ... 12 trillion? Is that true? I wonder how much of that is from the war in Iraq?
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+3 17. dragonon commented 12 years ago

i may sound noob here... or less! BUt where is the debt coming from... from who are americans borrowing...? UN???
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-3 18. Rizzon commented 12 years ago

Completely worthless video. WTF is it even about? Who would ever have that money in bills? It would just be a figure on a computer somewhere. Why would you even compare it with something else? We learn nothing from this video at all.

I love how he says "less than half a trillion stars in our entire milky way galaxy", like it's a big part of the universe. Dude, there are more than millions of galaxies...

Retarded video with creepy music in the background, looks like one of those conspiracy theory people had nothing better to do.
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+6 19. leolazer commented 12 years ago

The ending statement makes it worth the wait !

I would like to add...

"Now Imagine..."
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+5 20. irishgek commented 12 years ago

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+7 21. henrybrodie commented 12 years ago

the narrator is fucking irritating.
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+2 22. EagleEyes commented 12 years ago

I have to admit, the days of the United States as the worlds' superpower are numbered.
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+5 23. USAnumber1 commented 12 years ago

#20 Thanks for sharing that with us....I had forgotten that the US's Debt to National Gross Domestic Product Ratio was far better off than the UK , Portugal , Germany , Italy , Greece , and Japan , as your link shows.
Here is another one for you:

http://www.visualeconomics.com/gdp-vs-national-debt-by-country/
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0 24. I_like_birds commented 12 years ago

#9 The point:

If it only was that. There is still interest to pay!

So governments all over the world like the US actually have to loan money from banks to pay their interests to the same banks.

I know about Germany: from 1980 - 2000 the country took up about 752 Billion Euros, but in the same period they paid 903 Billion Euros in interest.

I don't know much about economics, but that sounds like a bad deal for me. Who got the difference? And who pays for it now? :S

Maybe something is basically wrong with our system!
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+3 25. CrackrJak commented 12 years ago

Actually the debt is now over 13 trillion dollars.
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+2 26. kainim commented 12 years ago

one. million.dollars
did anyone else hear dr.Evil?
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-2 27. ui236 commented 12 years ago

The USA government is the poorest in the world. :|
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-5 28. Tiesto commented 12 years ago

Worst Video ever.
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+3 29. eNdEmiOn06463 commented 12 years ago

There are a few rich people close to half a trillion. At least for as far as we know, I heat those oil sheiks have gold like the paper stacks of money in this clip (referring to the man is dot one).
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+2 30. WildMonkey commented 12 years ago

The numerical value is irrelevant, it's the purchasing power that's important. One day, soon, one trillion is going to be the new billion.
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0 31. haicutata commented 12 years ago

If you had ALL THE MONEY IN THE WORLD would you be the richest person in the world or would it still matter?!
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0 32. justforcomment commented 12 years ago

god damn annoying fucking spinning 100 dolar i hated it in video
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+5 33. 13Dilligaf13 commented 12 years ago

Thanks Obama for the adding the last 4 Trillion in the first year of your presidency.
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+2 34. andyjk10 commented 12 years ago

well if it is a big debt. they can just print them out. easy solution. the technology of printing is available!!!lol cool elustration
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0 35. Petra commented 12 years ago

Good gods. That's a lot of money.
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0 36. Highmeadow commented 12 years ago

Very bad narrator.