A note to Jerry Seinfeld: Rich New York and Real New York will always see the


The same way there’s a marked difference in the experiences of a rich 80-year-old and poor 80-year-old, there’s Rich New York, and there’s Real New York.”Wipe your tears, wipe your butt, and pull it together,” Jerry wrote to James Altucher, a LinkedIn nemesis who chose to bail. Does Jerry, from his vantage point of being able to spare unlimited squares, honestly think I should wear the honor of staying here like a Girl Scout badge because I had to put my life, my husband’s life and my kids’ lives at risk every time we had to leave the apartment to compete with our neighbors for toilet paper? Do I really need to be tougher and more resilient while I wait for my unemployment check to come in?



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