originally posted by: IgnoranceIsntBlisss
a reply to: JustMike
I had that image in my images whatchamacallit, too.
$22B sounds like the "street value" of the cash. LOL
Like how the cops bust a pound of dirt weed and then say its "street value" is $50,000 type noise.
Well now, you need to keep some cash around for emergencies! And maybe the dude's wife likes shoes. Teenage daughter?
Seriously, that is just obscene. I don't know what 22 billion should look like, I mean, that looks like billions, could fool me, anyway just know that
picture is plain ridiculous. I can't imagine but some Neanderthal having that much cash, what the purpose is, considering also it's just a heap of
paper, built on blood and wrecked lives, and for what? Where are you going to spend all that? What are you going to do with all that? Try to spend a
fraction of it, advertise to the legitimate world somebody needs to lock you up? What you can do with that much is nothing, that's what. Ridiculous.
It's like needing a semi-trailer to haul your mad money around. That heap of cash is a monument to stupidity, especially when you consider:
Matthew 16:26 For what is a man profited, if he shall gain the whole world, and lose his own soul? or what shall a man give in exchange for his
I can't imagine what sort of cretin arrives in hell or jail, over a heap of useless paper they left behind. Are these people simply so very insecure
to think they'll starve or something, without 22 billion? Run out of toilet paper? And when they need to go on the run, are they going to put that in
a bugout bag? Seems you not only cannot take it with you to hell, but you can't really take it anywhere, here. Furthermore, these drug kingpins, that
don't know when to quit, all go down. At no point do they use some common sense, like decide a few million or whatever is enough, time to retire in
some haven and stay out of jail or the crosshairs? It's all just nuts. Though it is very fortunate that most criminals are, bottom line, stupid. They
even give their worst enemies, the police, a job and career. Wonder if they ever consider, sitting in that 6x8 cell, that they made the system
By the way, didn't this dude live near a Wachovia or HSBC? It would make a little more sense, if the picture were a warehouse full of toasters.