monopoly 4 lyfe!!. . THE FED thinks this is funny. who the thought this was a good idea monopoly
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#2 - mohne
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who the **** thought this was a good idea
#32 to #2 - anon id: 138e6b56
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What evenn is that?
User avatar #37 to #32 - iamnotgoodwithname
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that is the new 100 dollar bill. and it looks atrocious
#39 to #2 - cfeuer
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(05/09/2014) [-]
skip 100. make golden 500 be the $100
User avatar #3 to #2 - sjrigney
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(05/08/2014) [-]
[spoiler] Microsoft [/spoiler]
User avatar #7 to #2 - adu
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semensemensemen
semensemensemen
SEMENSEMENSEMEN
User avatar #15 to #7 - redtooth
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I read it as "men specimen" at first

which pretty much amounts to the same thing
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#17 to #10 - mrgloboglobito
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Only a Minor? Filthy Casual

Econ Major 4 life

User avatar #22 to #17 - smithforprez
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whats the difference between a large pizza and an econ major?
#24 to #22 - anon id: dbaecf03
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econ majors have the 5th highest employment rate
a pizza is a pizza
User avatar #25 to #24 - smithforprez
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One can feed a family of four, the other is an econ major
#27 to #25 - mrgloboglobito
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No major can feed a family of 4 (unless we are talking of actuarial science with a GPA of 4.0, or some engineer degrees). Moreover by the time we are talking of a family of four children (why would I pay for my wife ?) Hopefully I'd finished my MBA or Master in Logistics
User avatar #35 to #27 - damping
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Wow all those families with a father with a bachelors degree must be starving. Do you think before you type?
#42 to #35 - mrgloboglobito
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Do you happen to lack cognitive ability? Or perhaps you are making the assumption that everybody lives off welfare as you do?

The average salary in the US for an bachelor graduate begins at 45k, let's place our household at around 120k net annually. this times 18 = 2.2m roughly
Feeding a child for 18 years cost around 2k average (with an infant costing less, but a teenager more). we are talking around 36k in food alone * 4 will yield roughly 144k in food alone.
Raising a child (only raising) will cost on average 310k, assuming you pay for their education at a public school. this times 4 will net you 1.24m of cost.

Include the cost of yourself and your partner (since i pooled the household income) : Food, mortgage, health, recreation,etc those 2.2m will not yield enough.

SO yes, i doubt it is possible unless you live off welfare, raise your children in a life of relative scarcity, or lived during the baby boomer era.

Is that clear, or would you prefer some pictures

PS: This was made based on US numbers, in other countries the situation will be more dire
User avatar #43 to #42 - damping
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(05/11/2014) [-]
You have no idea how money works. It is 45K starting but average mid career pay is an average of 65k, and that is just the average.

I don't live off of welfare chump. I have got a bachelors in Mechanical Engineering, and all my friends who majored in finance, accounting, and economics all make over $50,000 dollars a year, and they are all entry level.

You are so wrong I don't even know where to begin. I guess your first assumption of only $45k per person per year for their entire lives is the first problem. Plus you do not account for savings and gains in the stock market. From what I can see you are going to fail, so you think other will fail too.
#26 to #25 - anon id: dbaecf03
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the median annual income for an econ major is $70k.....
User avatar #14 to #10 - sirbonzaiatak
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i dont think you need to minor in economics to get that this is a monopoly reference
#18 to #14 - pebar
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#31 to #19 - vorarephilia
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If you didn't know that the federal reserve is called the fed, then the average funnyjunker could follow the logic of "fed? oh FEDeral". not quite accurate, but close enough for the joke to get across.   
   
in the end, google can solve the issue in under 10 seconds flat.   
   
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If you didn't know that the federal reserve is called the fed, then the average funnyjunker could follow the logic of "fed? oh FEDeral". not quite accurate, but close enough for the joke to get across.

in the end, google can solve the issue in under 10 seconds flat.

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User avatar #8 - doctormonty
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the only difference in importance between the two is the value we give them
#30 to #8 - anon id: e4eded54
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Well, not the only difference... one is backed by the guns of the state.
#9 to #8 - failtolawl
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#38 - skindread
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Australian Money Is Best Money
User avatar #29 - klick
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Aww, neat! Is America adding colour to their money?
#33 to #29 - minnten
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Have been for a decade or so. They started with 20s a while back and kept adding more every couple years after that. This is the new 100 dollar bill that was released late last year. Has a fancy holographic strip down the middle and everything.
#40 to #33 - anon id: 7c59b19f
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Fancy? We here in SA have had that strip for ages, it's used to prove the authenticity of the note if I'm not mistaken.
User avatar #41 to #40 - minnten
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you're absolutely right. I just call it fancy because we've never had anything like it on a note before.
User avatar #34 to #33 - quotes
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i think its good
the colors have made it a bit harder to counterfeit and as a money backed by nothing its good to not have lots of fakes going around
User avatar #36 to #34 - minnten
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i agree, and with working a job where have a lot of cash transactions, makes it nicer.
#23 - asdfghjklasdfghjk
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#5 - numbertwopencil
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I mean, what with inflation and the value of the dollar going down and such...

Its a pretty accurate representation. =|
#4 - anon id: c61c20be
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no
they think this is a game
#1 - chikiel
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**chikiel rolled image** Angrily flips over Monopoly board
#6 - LocoJoe
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Yes, the "Fed".
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