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3,766 11/2/12 11:42 P
They are a good reason not to watch reality TV.
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980 11/2/12 11:18 A
a little bit
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5,855 11/2/12 11:15 A
They are a very good reason to stay away from "current tv" stuff.
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11/2/12 10:44 A
I've heard the name a lot (to the point where I'm tired of hearing it), but I've never bothered to find out who these people are or anything else about them. I don't buy celebrity magazines or care to know anything about the sort of people who end up in them or who are on reality tv shows. There are a few actors who I recognize and, if it's someone whose work I've enjoyed before, I am more likely to watch something new they have made (tv or movie), but I am not the least bit interested in their personal lives. Whenever I do find out something about one of them, I'm typically disappointed in some way. For example, I used to enjoy the X-Files, but after seeing an interview with one of the actors (and being really disappointed when she seemed shockingly unintelligent), watching it was never the same.
To the OP - Who wouldn't be tired of these people? I can't see that there's any point to knowing anything about them. As for a boycott, well, I'm with LuAnn - I've never even so much as clicked on a link to a story about them.
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11/2/12 12:05 A
No, because like Luann mentioned, I don't read celebrity magazines or watch their shows. The worst I get is watching Fashion Police on E!.
I will say I used to watch Khloe's TV show every now and then if I couldn't sleep, it wasn't bad and she and her husband were likable.
"I myself am boycotting any magazine with them on the cover, I am not watching their shows, buying their perfumes or products.
Anyone else agree?"
Some of us never bought those magazines, or watched their shows, or bought their products in the first place....
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150 11/1/12 11:06 P
I have yet to watch or read anything to do with them. I've never understood what all the hype is about. I know I'm a small town redneck, but I think TV in general is going down the tube. No pun intended.
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11/1/12 11:02 P
I don't want to be negative, or rude, but I am tired of every magazine talking about every little detail of their lives. Yahoo always has some feature about them.
I just don't see them as being great role models, or being important to the average person. Wo care what halloween costume they wear, or how big their birthday party was, or their 6 figure cars.
Whose lives do they enrich anyways.
I myself am boycotting any magazine with them on the cover, I am not watching their shows, buying their perfumes or products.
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