If we can all agree on one thing, it's that the wealthy have a really tough time. Not only are they expected to create jobs for the common folk and keep reminding Congress of its priorities, but they have to deal with the scorn and ridicule from the so-called 99 percent. Well, wealthy and courageous blogger Rachael Sacks is sick and tired of being made to feel bad because she's rich. Recently penning the profanity-laden essay "I'm Not Going To Pretend That I'm Poor To Be Accepted By You," Sacks described an incident at a West Village grocery store where she was given the evil eye by a customer and cashier, clearly due to the fact that she's rich and they're not. "I am sorry that I was born into great financial circumstances and my father likes to provide for me," she writes. "What do you want from me?" Our thoughts and prayers go out to Sacks, who hopefully bought a few dozen pairs of shoes to cheer herself up. [Source]
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