So my brother and I were watching National Treasure today. I didn't catch the ending because I had to take a call, because when I came back (I had to stand outside because my cell phone reception sucks), he was pretty wild up about the amount of cash they received, and went one about how much money ten billion dollars was, then said it might have been ten trillion, which is even more ridiculous. He did the math and said that if you spent $100 every hour for a hundred years, it would come out to a little over four billion dollars. Now, if you had a trillion dollars, that wouldn't even be 1% of your fortune. I really thought about it, and pretty much said that I don't think I could go through a trillion dollars before I die. This assuming that I use it for myself, and not donate the money, which I know I would. Or I could put it into research or something, but I might make money off of that. I could probably buy a country in Europe, but I'd make money from that too! So, do you think you're up to the challenge of spending a trillion dollars? If so, what would you buy? I'm sure the first answer would be a bunch of Ritter basses, but I'm not sure if that'll go far past a million dollars. Sure, you could order more basses, but Mr. Ritter is only human, and can only make so many basses.