Chicago traders continue to fulfill stereotypes of ‘the 1%’
Say you’re a stock market trader. You’ve seen the protests welling up in recent weeks, blaming you for all the nation’s economic problems. You’ve seen the “We are the 99%” blog, outlining tragic tales of woe.
So what do you do? Do you argue with the protesters that you’re really not that bad? Do you talk about how you yourself are being screwed by the same system in of you, in some way or another, work to support?
Or, like these Chicago traders did, do you put up signs bragging about how much more money you have than them?
(via Occupy Chicago)