So here's Uncle Scrooge and his notorious money bin, which he loves to dive into and swim around in.
So here's just a few idle things I wonder about:
(1) With the density of all those coins, which would have impacted and settled from all the weight and would not be at all fluid, wouldn't the old boy have pulped his brain or snapped his neck the first time he dove in? (2) Even if it did act in some fluid way, given the thickness of what it's made of, if he sank down, wouldn't the coins coming in to fill the space above him be too heavy and bury him? (3) Don't you feel sorry for the poor bastard who has to count it? Or do they bother? Is the IRS fine with just a statement of "a huge binful of money?" I mean, having the biggest building in Duckburg full of your money seems to defeat the purpose of having it in cash.