When acquiring your “fair share” one must know the process. Below is a story of "process".
The University of Chicago Medical Center hired Michele Obama in 2002 as executive director of programs for community relations, neighborhood outreach, volunteer recruitment, staff diversity and minority contracting. The hospital was kind enough to promote her in 2005 to vice president of community relations, neighborhood outreach, volunteer recruitment, staff diversity and minority contracting and raise her salary from $121,000 to $317,000 per year. Of course this took place when Michele’s husband had been elected US Senator which is purely coincidental and is completely irrelevant. Speaking of other coincidentally irrelevant information, Barack in 2006 requested an “earmark” for funds for the construction of a new hospital pavilion at The University of Chicago Medical Center. That request was shot down by congress (ops!). (1)
The moral to the “fair share” story is: coincidentally irrelevant events can increase one’s “fair share“. Therefore, one wants to increase one's level of coincidentally irrelevant events in order to increase one's "fair share".