New 'KardBlock' Program Blocks All Kardashian Mentions From Your Browser

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There are two kinds of people in this world: Those who love the Kardashians and those who pretty much can't stand them. Obviously, we're in the first group, but if you happen to be in the latter group, we've got some good news for you.

A new browser extension, KardBlock, is currently being developed and it will work very much like AdBlock does, except that instead of blocking advertisements, it will block any and all Kardashian content that happens to appear on websites, in your newsfeed or anywhere else your browser goes.

"We don't care about how Kanye & Kim didn't care when Amy Schumer 'fell over'. We don't care about who the Kardashians are or aren't sleeping with," the website explains. "We don't care that Kim dyed her hair blonde. We don't care about the Kardashians."

So, what do they have against the Kardashians? Nothing, really. They just point out that people know more about the famous fam than some other important issues and they want to change that. "We're tired of logging on to any site and seeing stories of the Kardashian family overshadow REAL news," the site states.

If you share the same sentiments, you can sign up for the beta version and say goodbye to Kim, Khloe and Kourtney. We're not sure how that affects Kardashian-affiliated peeps like Scott Disick, Kanye West, Kendall and Kylie Jenner or even the Kardashian matriarch herself, Kris Jenner, but if we had to guess, we'd say they're probably all blacklisted, too.

Side note: If you like the Kardashians but aren't a Belieber, they're working on a customization that blocks Justin Bieber content in the same way.
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