Michael Lewis has scored again, this time with a great column on a particularly funny slice of the Occupy Wall Street movement.
Check out this brilliant satire in Bloomberg that Lewis wrote in response to a recent Occupy Princeton event where protesters disrupted a JP Morgan recruiting session.
As usual with Lewis it's funny, smart and on-the-money.
Written as a "memo" from the Princeton Strategy Committee, the Lewis piece responds to the "a disturbing new trend: the uprisings by students on elite college campuses."
Here's a quick sample:
"The whole point of going to Princeton for the past several decades has been to get a job at Goldman Sachs or, failing that, JPMorgan. That Princeton students are now identifying their interests with the Lower 99 percenters is, in its way, as ominous as the return of the Jews to Jerusalem."
Here's the YouTube clip of the Princeton Occupy protest.
And here's the mic check incantation in print, spelled out by our friends at Business Insider: