Another day, another whiny Winklevoss profile, this time in Vanity Fair.

Apparently competitive rowing has honed a superhuman endurance for repeated actions in these two. For years, they have been repeating the same rowing stroke and the same Zuckerberg complaint. (They now believe Facebook owes them another $650 million.) It never ends.

They row. They complain. The actions get them nowhere, other than to the other side of a circular pond. Then they jump out, turn around, and set back in the same direction they came. Which side are they on, now? How many laps have they done? Are they one person, or two? Nobody knows.

And that is the existential dilemma of the Winklevii. I feel sort of sad, now. [Vanity Fair, image via Getty]