Friday, March 25, 2011

Kim Kardashian's SKECHER's 2011 Super Bowl commercial, Break up 2 Shape Up, reviewed by Alex LOGIC.

Perhaps without her even realizing it, Kim Kardashian's SKECHER's super bowl commercial "Break up 2 shape up" ends up being anti american jobs, and pro foreign child labor.
Just because Kim Kardashian is in the commercial does not mean that she should control the writing of the commercial, and it is my opinion that she had final say, and the Skecher's "Break up 2 Shape up" commercial is "off" because of it.

Just how many people in the United States either have a personal trainer, or can afford one? I would guess that probably one in 500 people have personal trainers. If each personal trainer requires at least 10 clients to make a living, that would mean between 20,000 and 40,000 personal trainers in U.S. could make a living. (I've subtracted a hundred million potential clients for being either under 17 years of age or over 70 years of age)

Why is Kim Kardashian trying to get us to care that she "broke up" with her trainer?

Are women who have never had a personal trainer, or could not afford a personal trainer, supposed to somehow relate to Kim Kardashian's desire to fire an educated, health conscious expert so that child slave labor can be used to make her skecher shoes outside of the United States?

Of all the people in the world to pick on, Kim Kardashian has chosen the one group that is hanging on while possibly waiting for their own big break in Hollywood. To bitch slap a personal trainer's occupation is no different than purposely tripping a waiter or waitress while they are carrying a tray full of food, that'll show em!

Are we supposed to respect Kim Kardashian's alleged frugality? How ironic that Kim Kardashian's desire to be a skin flint comes on the heels (ha ha), of the infamous Kardashian credit card offer that came with all kinds of gotchas and built in rip offs that made it one of the worst credit cards ever, and a card that the kardashian family quickly distanced themselves from

This Skecher's commercial is a continuation of the whoring by the rich at the expense of honest, hard working main street american so the ultra rich can achieve a big enough profit margin on the product they are selling, by having it manufactured in other parts of the world.

I have a suggestion for Kim Kardashian, why don't you hire an out of work writer to help you write your commercial about putting your personal trainer out of business.

And yes, there were other commercial idea options that could easily have been explored and implemented, but apparently were not.

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Alessandro Machi said...

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