How the 1% can camp out with the 99%

Perhaps you're part of Wall Street's richest one-percent, yet, deep in the deepest part of your hedge-fund heart, you secretly support the "We Are the 99%" people. Taking a big step even further, you might actually desire to join the Occupy Wall Street movement in one of its tent camps to show your solidarity. But – my goodness! – there's just no way you can settle into one of those grungy plastic tents that the movement people are in.
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How the 1% can camp out with the 99%
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Perhaps you’re part of Wall Street’s richest one-percent, yet, deep in the deepest part of your hedge-fund heart, you secretly support the “We Are the 99%” people. Taking a big step even further, you might actually desire to join the Occupy Wall Street movement in one of its tent camps to show your solidarity. But – my goodness! – there’s just no way you can settle into one of those grungy plastic tents that the movement people are in.

Well, fret no more, my über-rich friend, for that’s why Neiman Marcus exists. In the nick of time, the luxury retailer has come out with its “Christmas Book,” featuring 171 pages of fabulous gift ideas for the fabulously wealthy. And there it is on page 62-63 in a four-color spread: the “Dream Folly” tent.

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It’s an 18-foot diameter yurt that, according to the catalogue

“Battling the bastards is about as much fun as you can have with your clothes on.”

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