I'll bet you've been wondering where money comes from. Sit back and relax, I've done your homework! Money is not printed on paper...it is a blend of linen and cotton fibers. The United States Bureau of Engraving prints 37 million "dollar bills" per day, with a total value of $696 million dollars. Most is used to replace old worn out money like the kind I carry around in my wallet. Speaking of wallets...if you were to try to haul 1-million 1 dollar bills around you will need a serious pair of suspenders because they would weigh 2040.8 pounds. Since you have read this far you must be bored. Why not try to find the 4 cars and 11 lightposts on the back of the (old version) ten dollar bill. Ok, break is over...go earn some money.