"You guys are really attacking me for being the 1%? I was broke and couch surfing just a few years ago ... I have a whole new set of problems to deal with now: security, extortion attempts, kidnapping threats, death threats, etc. Life better [before]?"
—A message from Sean Parker--the 31-year-old Napster co-founder, former Facebook president and Silicon Valley mogul--to Occupy Wall Street protesters, a.k.a the 99%, via Twitter. Parker, who is worth an estimated $2.1 billion, later tweeted that he is "working on a plan to give it all away over time."
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