Rodents of Unusual Size - 2008-06-14 I never knew this existed! I'm guessing it was part of the "Disneyland" series. Something tells me Scrooge would have a hissy fit over Bushonomics.
thebaronsdoctor - 2008-06-14 Should we really be taking financial advice from a Duck who has yet to discover the concept of a bank? I mean, life would be so much simpler if Ol' Scrooge would just invest his money instead of putting it all into an easy-to-steal pile.
cognitivedissonance - 2008-06-14 He only does that because Flintheart Glomgold owns all the banks, the Jewish bastard.
Xenocide - 2008-06-14 Most of his money IS invested. He's so rich he has trillions of dollars in petty cash.
eatenmyeyes - 2008-06-15 1. The money in his vault is only that which he earned by his own labor. He owns many banks throughout the world.
2. Flintheart is a Boer, not a Jew.
kelpfoot - 2008-06-15 I was disappointed by how uninformative this video was. They explained almost nothing about economics.
I guess I just have high intellectual standards for cartoon ducks and singing cavemen.
longwinded - 2008-06-18 Every once in a while, I think about Scrooge McDuck, and I wonder - what is the angular velocity of Charles Dickens' corpse?
Because I'm guessing several millions radians/sec.