how far does 100 million dollars go?

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Answered: What is the height of 200,000 on 100 dollar bills

Get a step ladder, and begin stacking, but first what is the question, we all need a clear understanding.....Another meathead.

Answered: Buying dollar bills

Yes, buy Dollar Bills. I sell them for a Dollar each. Everyone loves American DOLLAR BILLS! I am a collector.

Answered: How far is it from Hawke Bay, New Zeland to San Francisco, Ca.?

From Hawke Bay, New Zealand to San Francisco, CA is about 6550 miles. If you are flying from Wellington, 6741 miles to San Francisco, but only 168 miles to Napier.

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I think Dave went to live in the "Funny Farm" after he started with the radar dollar bills.

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What is 55% of 12 million dollars?

$12,000,000 * 55/100 = $ 6,600,000 or (as 55% = 0.55) $12,000,000 * 0.55 = $ 6,600,000

What would you do for a million dollars?

I would eat Gibson's Donuts a lot. With a mill, I could afford a gym membership and some falsies.

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I would definitely invest my one million buck to make it hundred million bucks. And I'm going to invest all of it in Forex, as forex is the biggest financial market in the world and a very lucrative way to make money with good returns.

Some say that dollar is about to collapse because of the enormous debt US

This may help you decide. A nation's paper currency is actually a promissory note. The nation guarantees it will redeem that note for something of value, perhaps gold or silver if the currency has a "hard" base. If the currency is based on goods and services provided, the issuing nation ...