349 million and 22 billion are not even close to similar amounts. Anyways, I feel like you're making wild assumptions about my views when you go off on tangents about OWS in response to me. I don't have particularly strong views of inequality. However, when you claimed "on one hand you're willing to overlook a group who is the worst potential contributors to income inequality" it kind of annoyed me because it isn't true. I don't really care to distinguish between how people make money*, but if you are going to segment them, like you did, you can't claim actors or whatever are the worst contributors to inequality. *I do think CEO/Hedge fund compensation is a little bit wackier than athlete or actor compensation, but I don't think its that big deal. Principal-agent problems are more pronounced in the business world. I'm also skeptical of executive labor markets functioning efficiently since boards setting compensation are often full of CEOs/Ex-CEOs/future CEOs who have an interest in driving up salaries, but I haven't examined that fully so I wouldn't support any policy actions since I'm not really informed.