**One dollar** ... it's roughly 6 inches long, and 2½ inches wide. It's roughly as thick as a regular piece of paper.

**Three Thousand dollars** ... roughly the thickness of a ream of paper, 2 inches thick or 500 sheets. If you made a single stack, it would be a foot high.

**Three-Hundred-and-Sixty Thousand dollars** ... A stack 5 feet tall. Shorter than the average American man. If you made a single stack, it would be 120 feet high.

**Nine Million dollars** ... The pile is 5 feet tall, 10 feet long, and 6¼ feet wide. A single stack of dollar bills in this amount would be 3,000 feet high.

This horde is comparable in size to a single compact car.

**Nine-Hundred Million** **dollars**... The mound of cash is now 20 feet tall, 50 feet long, and 31¼ feet wide. The single stack of dollar bills is now climbing to 300,000 feet, or 56.8 miles.

It is about half as long as a conventional tennis court.

**Fifteen billion dollars** ... This pile of money is 60 feet high, 150 feet long, and 62½ feet deep.

This is the amount of money that the US Army has paid to Halliburton (a company once led by Vice President d**k Cheney) since late 2001 in no-bid contracts to perform services such as delivering food and fuel and constructing housing for U.S. Troops around the world.

**One-Hundred-Sixty-Six Billion dollars **... this represents the total amount of money President Bush spent in Iraq & Afghanistan by the beginning of fiscal year 2004 : the $87 billion he asked for, plus the $79 billion he'd already spent.

You can barely see the man down in the corner.

**Three-hundred-fifteen billion dollars ...**

**Update : July 21, 2006 **

This pile is 125 feet wide, 200 feet deep, and 450 feet tall.

450 feet is the height of a 38-story building. It's the hieght of the Millenium Wheel in London. It is also the height of the Luxor Hotel in Las Vegas and the Louisiana State Capitol Building.

If you were to stack the money in a single stack, your stack would be 19,887 miles tall, enough to wrap the Moon at its equator almost 3 times.

Enjoy the land of the free and of equal opportunity