Atlantic Ocean - Our source, Micky Splainit aboard the S.S. Dollylop, a pipeline building vessel dispatched by the Federal Reserve, reports that construction of a pipeline capable of pumping a trillion dollars per day to Germany is nearly completed.
Reportedly, the pipe-line is able to handle, 5, 10, 20, 50, and 100 dollar bills. One dollar bills are not used, as they are usually worn and tend to jam the pipe-line.
Other methods of supplying cold, hard cash to the failing banks of Europe, including the Bernanke planned helicopters were deemed not up to the job.
The heavily guarded pipe line is expected to meet the cash needs for the near future. However, as the pace of boom and bust accelerates during the next year, more pipelines will have to be built.
The long term plan, gleaned on board the S.S. Dollylop, is to replace the water in the ocean with a solid build up of bales of 100 dollar bills.