I had an idea.... and to tell the truth, since I'm not as computer literate as others, I'm not sure how feasible my idea is - but perhaps those of you who are more skilled with computers than I am will be able to rework the idea into something realistic. My idea stems from the Robin Hood notion of stealing from the rich and giving to the poor. Fortunately unlike the Medieval figure of Robin Hood who needed to use swords and bows; a modern day Robin Hood only needs a computer and some awesome hacker skills. So let me put it out there in the form of a question: Is it possible for someone to hack into banking systems and move around the numbers so that the money from the richest people gets redistributed to the poorer people? And if it is possible, on how large of a scale could it be done? Imagine the scenario of the world waking up one morning only to have all the rolls of the haves and have-nots reversed.... Or maybe so that all the money is equally spread out - so that there are no longer haves and have-nots. Even if it was to last for only a day or two until the banks can fix the problem, it may have some interesting and lasting effects. I for one would laugh like hell if it caused even one rich person the embarrassing discomfort and frustration of writing a bad check.