Well, which is it, because people keep telling me it's not theft. From today's New York Times, page B1: "Laurel Touby, 44, an entrepreneur based in New York City, [sold] mediabistro.com, a Web site for job-seeking media and creative professionals that she had founded in 1996. She sold it for $23 million -- leaving $9 million ... in her bank account after taxes." "Edward Bartlett, a 41-year-old accountant in Westminster, Maryland, won $84 million in a lottery last summer -- $33 million after taxes." Oh, don't tell me. I know. They oughta just keep quiet and count their blessings; stop being so greedy.