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Kim Kardashian discusses fame, missteps at Forbes summit

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Kim Kardashian West takes her status as a role model seriously,

Society has sunk to an even deeper level if this woman is seriously considered as a "role model"

She is a joke, and only gets the publicity because of her big tits, big arse, and fat bank account.

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She is a joke, and only gets the publicity because of her big tits, big arse, and fat bank account.

unfortunately these 'assets' are not visible in this picture (!)

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unfortunately these 'assets' are not visible in this picture (!)

I'm quite sure that if you google her name you will see more than you bargained for and then some.

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I've heard the name, but I've never understood what she is famous for. The US guys at the office say she is "famous for being famous". Could someone elaborate?

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Who gives a flying flip?

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unfortunately these 'assets' are not visible in this picture (!)

.....but fortunate for the rest of us to be spared the view of her overexposed ass

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Huh? One of those "uketsuke" robots, surely?

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She is of no real significance. Why is there even an article about her (I didn't read it so I don't know and don't care)? Wait - don't answer that last question - I truly don't care.

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She gets lots of invites to business conventions and the like. Their usual justification is that she is a proven social marketing expert and an astute businesswoman. Which seems to be true. But I think the real reason is that she's a crowd draw. Plenty of social marketing experts who are astute in business, but most of them are pretty boring looking guys. As much as they pretend otherwise, business conventions love this stuff as much as anyone else in the US.

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