Want To Drop Money Out Of Your Own Helicopter? There's An App For That
For the low, low price of $0.00 you too can now prove your mettle as the world's most profligate helicopter pilot, in the comfort of your own iPhone. It is only fitting that countless hours of entertainment will cost you nothing, as even at infinity dollars (when will the Apple store finally convert its apps into ounce of gold equivalents?), there is no price one can put to recreating the unique experience of single-handedly destroying 200 years of history in the creation of what was once the world's most resilient and enduring middle class, all overnight, just so Goldman Sachs can pretend they collect garbage all the way to the bank. From Bailout Ben: "Bailout Ben (aka Helicopter Benny), the intrepid pilot of Bail Force
One, is on a mission to engineer the biggest bailout in the history of
the universe! Benny's helicopter is flying lower and lower, and if he doesn't bail out every single company he will crash & burn!"
The names of the companies to be bailed out are shown on the bottom of
the screen, in stock ticker format. For example, C for Citigroup, GM
for General Motors.
The debt of each company is denoted by the blue and green bars. The taller the bar, the greater the toxic debt.
the screen to drop a bundle of dollars and help bail out a company.
Only one wad of cash can be dropped at a time, so manage your bailouts
Land the helicopter and see Benny dance to the funky
beat*. Or be trampled by a herd of piggy banks, angry at the lack of
money flowing their way. Sometimes they get really mad and then it’s
“Oh my gosh they killed Benny!”