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It's appropriate that the internet actually broke on Kim Kardashian's birthday

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Lately, I’ve been thinking a lot about a world that seems pretty bleak — the internet without Kim Kardashian.


I've been thinking about this dystopia since the reality star announced she would cut back on social media following her  dreadful Paris robbery.  


But Friday, Kim’s 36th birthday, confirmed what I already suspected. There is no internet without Kim. 


SEE ALSO: When Kim Kardashian returns to social media, it will be very different





#BreakTheInternet


A photo posted by Kim Kardashian West (@kimkardashian) on Nov 11, 2014 at 6:13pm PST





Let’s be clear — I know Kim had nothing to do with the DDoS attack against a company that hosts several domain name systems and took the pictures of Goldendoodles away from Twitter. It's eerie, but a little peaceful.  Read more...

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