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"Please stand by for a series of tones. The first indicates the official end of the recession, the second indicates prosperity, and the third the return of the recession."
Tags:economy, world economy, economic divide, economic divides, prosperity, recession, recessions, emergency broadcast, emergency broadcasts, emergencies, emergencies, depression, great depression, economic depression, economic depressions, roller coaster, roller coasters, unpredictable, unpredictability, volatility, market volatility, mankoff
Amputee watches wealthy man who has a spare set of legs.
Tags:envy, envious, jealous, jealousy, wealth inequality, financial inequality, economic inequality, income inequality, amputees, legless, poverty, wealth divide, economic divide, injustice, injustices, unfair, unfairness, social problem, social problems, beggar, beggars, panhandler, panhandlers, inequalities
"Gentlemen, we seem to be having a bit of a PR problem."
"Unfortunately, you're not rich enough to declare bankruptcy."
Tags:bankruptcy, bankruptcies, bankrupted, bankrupt, declaring bankruptcy, wealth inequality, financial inequality, financial inequalities, economic divide, economic divides, financial advisor, financial advisors, financial adviser, financial advisers, money problem, money problems, financial troubles
"I don't have some union to argue my case, I'd like to see how they'd cope in the real world."
Tags:union, unions, trade union, trade unions, labour union, labour unions, labor union, labor unions, trade unionist, trade unionists, upper class, upper classes, economic divide, economic divides, wealth divide, wealth divides, economic inequality, financial inequality, worker, workers, worker rights
'The meek shall inherit the debt. The rich shall inherit the loopholes.'
Tags:rich and poor, rich, poor, divide, income gap, income gaps, class division, class divisions, class divide, class divides, loophole, loopholes, debt, debts, meek, sermon on the mount, set of rules, two sets of rules, economic divide, economic gap, economic gaps, economic division, economic divisions
'Fight income inequality!'
Tags:income inequality, panhandle, panhandles, panhandler, panhandlers, panhandling, beggar, beggars, begging, beg, begs, hobo, hobos, homeless person, homeless people, wage inequality, wealth inequality, begging sign, begging signs, excuse, excuses, economic gap, economic gaps, economic divide, poverty
"What are you going to do about so many people living below the poverty line?''
The Rich and the Poor
A bridge between the 'haves' and the 'have nots' crumbles.
Tags:haves, have nots, have-nots, rich, poor, divide, divides, division, divisions, class divide, class division, class divisions, wage gap, wage gaps, income gap, income gaps, inequality, rising inequality, bridge, bridges, building bridges, decline, declines, economic divide, economic divides, economic division, point of no return
Tags:renaissance, zoning, zone, zones, gentrification, gentrify, gentrifies, trend, trends, trendy, trendy location, trendy locations, economic divide, economic divides, economic division, economic divisions, divide, divides, division, divisions, rich and poor, rich, poor, commercial zone, commercial zones
Homeless Shelter Serves Low-Net-Worth Individuals
Tags:homeless shelter, homeless shelters, homeless, homelessness, net worth, income disparity, wealth disparity, wealth divides, wealth inequality, low-net-worth, low, disparity, disparate, inequality, wealth gap, economic divide, socioeconomic, socioeconomics, income gap, income disparity, economic inequality, poverty, poor, poorness, economy, capitalism
"...and the asparagus this evening is delightful. It's been simmering all day in the tears of the poor."
Tags:wealth inequality, financial inequality, economic inequality, poverty, wealth divide, financial divide, economic divide, economic divides, social problem, social problems, fat cat, fat cats, one percenter, one percenter, 1%, one percent, 1 percent, posh restaurant, posh restaurants, server, servers
Differences in the Union.
Haves & Have-Nots.
"Vermin...! Filthy vermin!!"
Tags:occupy wall street, protest, protests, corporate culture, corporate greed, pig, pigs, protester, protesters, corporations, big business, wall street, stock market, stock markets, dissatisfaction, economic downturn, economic downturns, 1%, elite, elites, capitalist pig, capitalist pigs, economic divide, economic divides
"No son, they're not ants, they're poor people."
"The government wants an international economy... Bosses on N.Y. salaries and everyone else on Mumbai wages."
"It's worse than the wrong side of the tracks. . . I was born on them!"
"Do you remember lifestyles of the rich and famous?"
"Yes, we have a very diverse work force. Some people make a little bit of money and others make a lot."
Tags:income inequality, wealth inequality, financial inequality, economic inequality, wealth divide, profit, profits, loss, losses, paycheck, paychecks, pay check, pay checks, pay cheque, pay cheques, pay, diverse, diversity, multicultural, multiculturalism, wealth divisions, economic divide, economic divides
Remember the profound words of W.C. Fields. . .
US and Them
Tags:entitled, entitlement, wealth inequality, economic inequality, wealth divide, wealth divides, economic divide, economic divides, class divide, class divides, first world problem, first world problems, gadget, gadgets, gadgetry, natural disaster, natural disasters, poverty, local wars, persecution, natural disasters
"I've been rich and I've been very rich, and I can tell you that being very rich is better."
Tags:wealth inequality, wealth, fortune, fortunes, wealthy, wealth equality, gentlemen, gentleman's club, gentleman's clubs, rich, riches, businessmen, businessman, entrepreneur, entrepreneurs, entrepreneurial, income inequality, economic inequality, wealth divide, economic divide, economic divides, wealth divides