It can’t be easy being a Winklevoss twin.

In 2004, as six-foot-five student athletes at Harvard, the brothers—both played by a fittingly obnoxious, pre-cannibal-scandal Armie Hammer in the film The Social Network—famously missed out on Facebook, claiming Mark Zuckerberg stole their idea. (Although, given Facebook’s current image as the source of all evil, perhaps this was not such a bad thing.) They reached a settlement of $65 million, which seems generous until you compare it with how much the Facebook founder is worth ($132.2 billion and counting).