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Don’t Keep Up With The Kardashians

posted by mattaug

Sorry for those of you who are “offended” if Kim Kardashian and Kris Humphries wedding was a set up to make millions of dollars and gain more viewers to the E! network reality series Keeping Up with the Kardashians.

If you truly feel that way then turn your TV sets off and don’t spend another moment of your lives following the family’s escapades.

Kim Kardashian

I don’t watch the program but I understand their marriage is apparently over after just 72 days, and I feel just as empty about it as I do so many other things these days.

Some of you feel exploited or even angry about the end of their relationship and gosh knows the tabloids have had a field day with it.

But I am just left feeling sad and sorry for both of them, separately or as a couple.

Marriage apparently means something to him and Humphries said he will fight to keep the couple together.

Good for him, it takes work for most couples to have a successful relationship.

Kim Kardashian, meanwhile, has made HUGE mistakes in her life and been hurt plenty before.

I for one want to see her happy some day.

I believe her mother, Kris Jenner, when she said on Today that Kim has a “huge heart”.

If you don’t want the best for these people than stop trying to Keep up with the Kardashians.

Turn your TV set off instead.

Matt Aug also writes a blog on the New York Yankees at http://yanksgoyard.com/author/mattster/

 

 



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