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The rich cry for themselves in Silicon Valley

According to the rich themselves, it's apparently quite hard to get by in Silicon Valley when your net worth is less than $10 million. It's a constant struggle:

"Here, the top 1 percent chases the top one-tenth of 1 percent, and the top one-tenth of 1 percent chases the top one-one-hundredth of 1 percent," he said. "You try not to get caught up in it," he added, "but it's hard not to."

I'm crying, too. On the inside. I'm still trying to figure out what made the editors at the New York Times think this story was worth devoting half the front page to. Isn't there a war going on? And a Congress giving king-like powers to the President? What the Times should really be talking about, in relation to hyper-rich in this country, is that they don't pay enough in taxes.

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