Okay, so now I'm in the third section
and we're arguing about the income of the top 1%. Instead of considering the top 1% of actual people, why not consider the top 1% of positions? Even if the actual people in these positions is a volatile quantity, I am interested to know what the earning of those people were, whomever they happened to be at the time. Also, I am interested in the number of first class flights they charged to work, the number of working meals they had, how many guests they had at these meals, and what everybody ate and drank. Can't do business without charging it to the account can you? I'm sure all those people paid their dues, so they deserve it. In fact, it's class war for me to even think about this.