Special Bagels or Something
Actual Egyptians near the park of OWS in New York are scornful of the "pain" of rich kids whining about hardship. An interesting bit...
As Anonyman summarizes it:
But although she said the destitution in the square reminded her of the Third World, the occupation didn’t strike her as another Tahrir. “We were fighting for a big, big thing: for life, to eat, against a giant snake that would kill us.” Unsurprisingly, she employs a smart breakfast metaphor: “Here, they’re not fighting to eat, say, regular bread, but … special bagels or something.”