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    I have no idea how much money this is, but it doesn't really matter... :)

    nicolosko, jsanvidge04, andyb, and 53 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. andykaufman 97 months ago | reply

      Used your photo in my latest post:
      myeastbayagent.blogspot.com/2006/04/from-appreciation-cas...

      Thanks for using a Creative Commons license.

    2. compujeramey 90 months ago | reply

      Due to your creative commons license and tagging, I used your photo on my blog - www.bobtheking.com/2006/12/fat-heads.php

      Thanks for making your work available to the community.

    3. ∞Shaman∞ 88 months ago | reply

      Wow, I'd really like to know exactly how much that is, just so you get an idea of scale, and also how you got to take that photo; that's pretty cool.

    4. Randy Stewart 87 months ago | reply

      I think it is $2 million dollars...It's in the Paris hotel in Las Vegas.

    5. Consumerist Dot Com 87 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Consumerist.com, and we'd love to have your photo added to the group. Bear in mind that doing so releases the photo for use on Consumerist.com, read our About to learn more.

    6. driveliekjehu [deleted] 85 months ago | reply

      oh my..

    7. Green Change 76 months ago | reply

      Thanks for using the CC license. I used your photo at www.greenchange.org/article.php?id=1358.

    8. static416 73 months ago | reply

      Hey, I used this shot in my blog post here:
      laconicreply.wordpress.com/2008/05/02/2-fantasy/

      In keeping with creative commons I linked to this page, and your profile for accreditation.

      Let me know if that's cool, or if you'd like it removed.

      Thanks
      Eric

    9. deswalsh 72 months ago | reply

      Great picture! I used it, with a link to here, in a blog post about monetizing a blog. Thanks for using Creative Commons!
      www.thinkinghomebusiness.com/2008/05/08/thinking-about-bl...

      Des

    10. mcnifflepictures 72 months ago | reply

      What is a Creative Commons license? And I borrowed your photo to use in my LJ to post articles on budgeting and finance. It's a great photo!

    11. Tarable1 69 months ago | reply

      Love this shot and that you're using the CC license so that I can illustrate my post with this image. Gave you credit here:

      www.lijit.com/blog/2008/08/14/now-things-get-interesting/

      Thanks!

    12. Xjs-Khaos 69 months ago | reply

      Money - It's a crime *sing*

    13. zaveqna 60 months ago | reply

      Hi, great photo! :) I used part of it on my blog --> zaveqna.blogspot.com/2009/05/blog-post.html

    14. zaveqna 60 months ago | reply

      btw, - if each part is 5 000, I'm sure it's more than 1 000 000.... :)

    15. Seymour Cash 56 months ago | reply

      This picture was perfect for my homepage. Thanks to Noah for sharing. It was a great photograph...now it is a vision for the future
      money153.com/home_1.html

    16. Cirrus84 42 months ago | reply

      I would like to use this photo for an online course. Students pay to take the course, which is through the University of Texas at Austin. I couldn't find your private email address to give you more information that you might use in your decision to grant me permission to use the photo. The course is an economics course and we are trying to present images with "wow" qualities to keep the high school students engaged. You can contact me at cyndi.louden@austin.utexas.edu.
      You have many wonderful pictures! Thanks for sharing them on Flickr! I hope to hear from you soon.
      Cyndi Louden

    17. hernandez46 31 months ago | reply

      i need some money in my acount lolo

    18. noahwesley 24 months ago | reply

      Last time I was in Paris (Las Vegas), I couldn't find this display (which makes me sad).

    19. foest 8 months ago | reply

      Only on this small top are some around 400 000$.I counted 81 wads x 5000....I even dont want to imagine in the base under that "small top"how much they are :)

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