Don't hate the player or the game.
Whether you love them or hate them, these game show contestants are grand-prize winners in the taking up space in our head sweepstakes. You may not remember where you put your keys, but you'll always be able to recall where you were when John Carpenter became the first person to win "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?" And not just because you were on the couch in front of your television.
Nathaniel: The 1913 Banking act and subsequent NBA 1933, gave the FED independence from political sway by the Oval Office. It is a panel or committee of learned persons with years of expertise in economics and finance. Yet, a relatively small town real estate person think he knows more than them, along with International Economists and Macro-economists. He proves that: A little knowledge is dangerous.