The once popular business of sharing has met with stiff opposition from greedy bastards and is seriously in decline.
Dr. Fuckken Prickkk, director of an influential business analysis corporation, said that the massive increase in bastards has had a dramatic effect on the global ecomony.
"In the good old days people used to share things with each other - hence the term 'shares'", said Dr Prickkk, "but over time individuals and governments became incredibly greedy and started keeping things to themselves. Like money. And hedge trimmers - which is where the term hedge funds came from".
The ancient practice of being a normal, decent, nice human being were rapidly eroded by corrupt, unscrupulous bastards like bankers, politicians and that nerdy guy who manages the local computer store that charges 20% more for it's stock just because there is no other competition in town.
"We are seeing a serious impact on society as a whole", continued Dr. Prickkk, "babies are refusing to share their toys with other infants. Parking spaces are fiercely guarded even at weekends by shoppers, as if they are exclusive to them and them alone. Swinger's parties are almost unheard of. It's terrible, my wife will have none of it".
The Dow Jones reported a fall of over 6 Billion points in sharing and exactly the same number in greedy bastardism.