Aaron--I don't know what you mean, specifically. Dejan--No one makes mythological amounts of wealth by providing a necessary service or product. Else farmers, seamstresses, dishwashers, nurses aids, nannies, etc. would be massively wealthy. Who makes that much money? People who manage to gain control of the processes necessary to do as they do, make what they want to sell and sell it for the highest price. Now, I provide services and goods that are necessary, but I don't control any of the processes. Hence, I'm not rich. I'm intelligent but not in a strategic way. But does that mean brilliant strategic thinkers have the right to put me into poverty because of it? And why would that thinker want to? Make a profit, go ahead, I do when I can. From what I see that kind of thinking is what brought us massacres over imagined gold and real land when Europeans conquered the Americas and the slave system in North America that has created an underclass that persists to this day. No one wants to prevent anyone from profiting; I'm delighted my brother has profited enough in his privately owned business to send all his children to Ivy League colleges. Your argument, again, makes so many false assumptions it doesn't stand. How, in any reasonable manner, could you ever, ever, ever conclude I am a hater? I may be frustrated with sick people, angry with their abuse of our laws, disgusted with their blind self-interest and appalled by their greed, but I don't hate them. If I use the word hate it is as an exaggerator such as "I hate it when I drop a anvil on my toe," but nothing more. I don't like Al Queda but neither do I hate them. They are people, like me. I just think they are badly educated and don't take other points of view into consideration. I think the same about you, no matter how rich you are. You are very tiresome in your imprecise, loud way of communicating.