• What The 1% Really Thinks Of You: All Hallows' Eve Edition.

    Courtesy of the New York Times

    If you happen to be among the many who still believe the whole "I am the 99%" thing is just horsepucky and still believe corporate America has your best interests at heart, take a look at Joe Nocera's NYT op-ed, or better still, the photos.

    Yeah, mocking people who've been bounced out of their homes and onto the streets due to the deceptive practices of your home mortgage lender clients is never a good look. Not even when done in "jest" at a Halloween party.

    These photos were taken back in 2010 at the law firm of Steven J. Baum, which represents JPMorgan Chase, Wells Fargo and Bank of America, just to name a few. Heavy hitters in the mortgage lending arena.

    "It has been suggested that some employees dress in… attire that mocks or attempts to belittle the plight of those who have lost their homes," a statement read in response to the publication. "Nothing could be further from the truth."

    The spokesperson went on to describe the column as "another attempt by The New York Times to attack our firm and our work."

    Right. Exposing a lack of professionalism and empathy is now considered an "attack." What a bunch of assholes.