I mean, really? Are you kidding me? Really? I found this video on The Village Voice which is smartly called; "99% interviews 1%" and shows two L.A. business men watching an Occupy L.A. rally from atop their downtown business tower. One of the men proudly boasts that he is a part of America's 1 percent. But here's the real bone crusher: he proceeds to ask if we have ever heard of anybody great that has come out of the 99 percent?
When the interviewer, obviously following a similar thought pattern to mine, announces, "The Beatles," the suit holds up four fingers and reluctantly agrees, "There's four."
This could go one of two ways for the business man.
1. This video could be followed by an awkward breakfast the next morning where his boss is forced to fire him for being so blatantly rude and unapologetic on camera in an attempt to clear any PR problems.
2. He receives a high-five from his boss and a few share holders, everyone orders a steak and life moves on.
Below the video, someone comments: