Taking the biscuit is the blissfully oblivious Ellen Parnell, who says: "What I want is a reality check on what rich means". Here's a hint, Ellen: you earn more than 95% of people in the United States do, never mind well over 99% of people in the world. You're it.
This article is hilarious. Some guy at the Wall Street Journal has decided that, never mind the tens of millions of people in the world not sure where the next meal's coming from, or the millions in the U.S. who've been forced into bankruptcy through inability to pay medical bills, or who are living on food stamps and sleeping in their cars - what we should really reserve our worry and sympathy for are those poor dears earning more than $250,000 a year who can barely afford to buy nice clothes after paying the mortgage on their second homes.