What would you do with $108,219.178.08 per day?

ExxonMobil announced their profits yesterday, and they made $39.5 billion in profits, and AutoBlogGreen had a breakdown of just how much that is:

$39.5 billion profit in one year = $39,500,000,000.00 = $759,615,384.62/week = $108,219,178.08/day = $4,509,132.42/hour = $75,152.21/minute = $1,252.54/second

The article goes on to say that ExxonMobil has only spent 0.1% of its annual capital investment on renewable/sustainable technologies.

I don’t know about you, but with that much money in my lifetime, I could probably afford all these brand new hybrids/PEVs … for everyone I know!

I wonder if I would be carbon-neutral at that point or if nearly $110 million would be enough?

It’s no wonder they aren’t interested in cleaning up their act! So, everyone, STOP BUYING FROM EXXON MOBIL! 🙂


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