BOSTON ( TheStreet) -- Most of the world's wealthiest people have no conception that the rest of us have been living in a gut-wrenching recession for the past three years.Just look at their profligate spending: $400 for skin-tight, ripped blue jeans, $68 for a rubber mat to perform the ascetic practice of yoga, $9,000 for diamond earrings that look like chandeliers, and $100,000-plus for a car when the average American home sells for $260,000.
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