Both Page Six magazine and New York magazine tell the tragic tales of affluent whites being ousted from their homes. It's like the Dust Bowl all over again, except with your parents living in a sprawling split-level in Bridgeport. To be fair, the Bushwick hipsters, who were given ten hours to vacate their building at 17-17 Troutman Street, were pretty screwed over. (Though, what do you think happens when you move into a commercial warehouse?) But the real victims here are Chris and Jennifer Gandin Le, the newlyweds—and they make nearly $100,000 a year.

The couple live with their dog Mister, their canary, Merrell and a goldfish named Ramikolai. They also won't pay more for an apartment than $1,700. (Yes, that's $850 per person per month.) Uh, okay!

The rent in their Fort Greene one-bedroom was raised from $1425 to $1700, and so they left. ""I never imagined getting ejected like this," said Jennifer. "There's no humanity," said Chris.


But maybe the real problem can be found in the picture that ran of them in Page Six mag.

In it, Jennifer (a sometime blogger!) sits forlornly with a houseplant on her lap, while Chris holds Ramikolai. Next to Chris is a copy of Perfect Girls, Starving Daughters: The Frightening New Normalcy of Hating Your Body. Next to Jennifer is a stack of boxes with a pair of Lucky Jeans laying on top. On the side of one box is written: "Grub, Non-perishables, White Powders."

So that's where all their money goes!

In any event they are now planning on moving to Austin.