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Anonymous said: The one percent must be filled with cold hearted people and psychopaths who care for none other than themselves. I would rather have the company of genuine and caring people any day. In fact, I feel utterly sorry for your lack of genuine and loving company. I prefer to be around the kind, caring and genuine people in this world. Without your money would you still have your so-called 'friends'? No! I hope you are proud of yourself you heartless people! You will never know the true joys of life.

We’re actually quite warm an cuddly… at least, that’s what I pay my PR firm to tell everyone.

Look, you can have all the love and kindness in the world, but nothing feels better than success…. except perhaps rubbing that success in other people’s faces.  What else are friends for?

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Anonymous said: WE ARE THE 99%!!

nothing says “stick it to the man” like the caps-lock key.

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Anonymous said: Your going to hell. I have nothing against rich people, I will become wealthy when im older. But rich people who show off and talk down upon people who they think are not worthy of their time is just insulting. Become an actual human being then maybe people wont hate you as much.

Hate me all you want, being liked doesn’t pay for my house on the cape.

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Anonymous said: Money doesn't make you happy. Is it worth it? Of the very wealthy people I've known I'd say 25% of them are happy and of all the poor people I know most of them are happy. You worship money and that is your God, that seems like a pretty empty life to me. All you need in life is food, water, shelter and good company(harder to find with money). The more money you have the harder it is to keep sight of that. So keep your money, I guarantee I'm happier than the 1% every time I kayak and backpack. :)

Let me know how having food, water, and shelter goes for you when one of your kids gets horribly sick… by all means, stay in the kayak, it’ll be  one less mouth I have to feed with my tremendous tax burden.

Oh wait, I forgot, I don’t actually pay any taxes…

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Anonymous said: Why have u stopped with the posts?

Apologies.  I’ve been too busy looting your retirement accounts to post about how amazing it is to be in the 1%.  I shall remedy this forthwith… also, it’s spelled ‘you’

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This is quite possibly the funniest thing I’ve ever read. The fact that it’s also accurate just adds to the humor. I don’t agree with OWS, and before reading your blog, I had no explicit position as to my stance on their physical “occupation,” but now I just want to go piss on their make-shift Hoovervilles and throw monopoly money into their rallies. Thank you, 1%.

By all means, continue your ‘occupation’ of our contractually obligated outdoor parks.  Throw monopoly money, I’ll be inside, looting your 401k.

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"I Have My Own Army"

Mayor Bloomberg

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We’ll have cloning by then.

We’ll have cloning by then.

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The park is ours again.  Isn’t it beautiful?

The park is ours again.  Isn’t it beautiful?

(Source: capitalnewyork)

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Anonymous said: Hi there! Can you explain what that whole "trickle-down" thingy means? I know it's one of those set-in-stone economic theories, but what does it mean?

I’d be happy to!

Trickle-Down Economics:

The term we Rich people use to keep the poor and unimportant from rising up and murdering us.

Ostensibly, trickle down should mean that when you give the rich money they will pass it on to the poor by buying stuff that rich people buy (boats, houses, governments, and prostitutes).
In reality, we spend the money we’re given to make sure we’ll always be rich. We do this by buying your congressmen to make laws protecting our interests, or by helping companies to create ‘investment vehicles’ with which we can take your retirement and pension funds.

If you hear someone claiming to be an economist talking seriously about trickle-down economics, be warned, it is actually a rich person pretending to be an economist.