What 122.1 Trillion Dollars Looks Like

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 What 122.1 Trillion Dollars Looks Like

There’s 10K for ya.
 What 122.1 Trillion Dollars Looks Like
This is 100 stacks of 10 grand… 1 million dollars.  Could fit in most duffle bags.
 What 122.1 Trillion Dollars Looks Like
100 million dollars.  I hope to have a chair like this someday.
 What 122.1 Trillion Dollars Looks Like
This is a billion dollars.  Holy shit that’s a lot of cash.  Fun fact: 1 billion dollars in 100 dollar bills weighs 20,000 pounds.  I think I’ll take a wire transfer instead.
 What 122.1 Trillion Dollars Looks Like
This is probably why no one in the world has a trillion dollars.  It’s pretty much more money than you could possibly imagine.
 What 122.1 Trillion Dollars Looks Like
Here’s another angle of 1 trillion.  Dumb.
 What 122.1 Trillion Dollars Looks Like
$16.394 trillion dollars.  That’s the US national debt ceiling.  I don’t know what that means exactly… but it looks like a pretty frikkin high ceiling if y’ask me.
 What 122.1 Trillion Dollars Looks Like
And here is how much money the United States government has spent that it DOESN’T have.  122.1 trillion dollars.  Notice the relativity to the Statue of Liberty.  Here’s what we SHOULD HAVE done with all that money.  Build these towers of cash.  They’re taller than the United States’ tallest building — and there’s like 50 of em.  We literally could have built a tower into space with giant palettes of hundos.
 What 122.1 Trillion Dollars Looks Like

TV Guide’s List of Highest Paid TV Personalities

Drama (per episode)
Mark Harmon (NCIS): $500,000
Ellen Pompeo (Grey’s Anatomy): $350,000
Kevin Bacon (The Following): $175,000
Lucy Liu (Elementary): $125,000
Stephen Amell (Arrow): $30,000

Comedy (per episode)
Ashton Kutcher (Two and a Half Men): $700,000
Kaley Cuoco (The Big Bang Theory): $300,000
Modern Family Adult Cast: $175,000 each
Lea Michele (Glee): $75,000
Crystal the Monkey (Animal Practice): $12,000

Late Night (per year)
David Letterman: $28 million
Jay Leno: $25 million
Jon Stewart: $16 million
Craig Ferguson: $8 million
Chelsea Handler: $8 million

Daytime/Syndication (per year)
Judy Sheindlin (Judge Judy): $45 million
Joe Brown (Judge Joe Brown): $20 million
Kelly Ripa (Live! With Kelly): $20 million
Sherri Shepherd (The View): $1.5 million
Mario Batali (The Chew): $6,000 per episode

Reality
Mariah Carey (American Idol): $17 million per season
Howard Stern (America’s Got Talent): $15 million per season
Pauly DelVecchio (Jersey Shore): $175,000 per episode
Betty White (Off Their Rockers): $50,000 per episode
Landry Family (Swamp People): $25,000 per episode

News (per year)
Matt Lauer (Today): $21.5 million
Bill O’Reilly (The O’Reilly Factor): $15 million
Diane Sawyer (ABC World News): $12 million
Anderson Cooper (Anderson Cooper 360 and Anderson Live): $11 million
Robin Meade (HLN anchor): $750,000