Chinese 7.8 Magnitude Earthquake Caused By Stacked Currency Falling

by on 26/06/11 at 6:03 am

Stacks of US dollars tumbled at the wrong moment sending a seismic wave through the surface crust affecting a fault line deep in the earth.

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A Treasury Department has finally admitted that a great mountain of stacked US dollars toppled due to extreme over-weight and shoddy maintenance procedures. The ensuing crash could be heard for over 1,500 miles.

The trillions of stacked one dollar bills were being stored in the city of Mianyang, in Central China at a large industrial warehouse as part of the trillions that consumers spend on the Chinese economy. This storage site is near the epicenter of the recent 7.8 magnitude earthquake that has devastated China.

A Treasury Department spokesperson disputed rumors that the millions of tons of cash that fell suddenly was the cause of the great 7.8 magnitude earthquake. Geological experts don't buy that story at all!

Says Dr. Brian Hogg of the USGC, "The seismic event happened precisely when the mountain of smelly dollar bills began to tumble. We place the blame squarely on consumer spending for cheaply made products!"

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