The Kardashians abandoned the East End pretty much the moment they finished filming Kourtney & Khloé Take the Hamptons last summer. The quick turnaround from Kardashi-Kraziness to a quiet, crowd-less, screaming fan-less void left us feeling a bit… well, hurt and abandoned.
Being constantly reminded of the famous family online certainly wasn’t helping the situation—that is, until KardBlock materialized like a knight in shining armor, swooping down from the heavens, dismounting its mighty flying steed and placing its glimmering shield between us and any reference to the Kardashians on the internet.
Thank you, KardBlock!
By blocking all mention of the Kardashians online, the site, KardBlock.com, answers the prayers of so many rejected Hamptonites, not to mention our many vocal Facebook followers, who, even before Kourtney and Khloé actually “took” us, made it clear they have no room for Kardashians in their lives.
KardBlock’s creator, James Shamsi, founder of the Chameleon social media management company (chameleon.la), explains his revolutionary and free service like this:
“We’re tired of logging on to any site and seeing stories of the Kardashian family overshadow REAL news…We don’t care about how Kanye and Kim didn’t care when Amy Schumer ‘fell over.’ We don’t care about who the Kardashians are or aren’t sleeping with. We don’t care that Kim dyed her hair blonde. We don’t care about the Kardashians.”
Did Shamsi frequent our Facebook page last summer?
Continuing, KardBlock notes, while they don’t care about the Kardashians, they do appreciate the family, via Bruce Jenner‘s struggles, raising awareness about transexuality, “the one benefit of the Kardashians.”
They also care about some other non-Kardashian related causes—something about thousands of people dying in Nepal and at the hands of ISIS. They also care that people care more about the Kardashians than that other stuff.
We can’t really argue with that, but we’re still mending a broken heart, so we cry at sad television commercials (during Keeping Up with the Kardashians, of course).
Shamsi and his KardBlock team are also working on a program to block all Justin Bieber content.
Click here to block the Kardashians at KardBlock.com. You’ll never have to see this again:
— PAPER Magazine (@papermagazine) November 12, 2014