oops…here I am talking about grammar and I misspelled it in my original message. parstl
I’m a 49 year old male attorney living in the Midwest but also lived 15 years in Arizona. First, I want to compliment you on your many business and professional achievements and, of course, on the success of your children and spouse. I also admire the diversity of the group of colleagues with whom you deal. It’s refreshing to see you talking to Kenny Babyface Edmonds one minute, Joan Rivers the next, and Oprah the next. Even though “Keeping Up” and the other shows are essentially about rich people, the diversity of the supporting cast and associates is one of the factors (as an Arfrican American man) that has kept me watching.
I want to share a few other observations or suggestions as a fan:
1. Kim is so much more likeable in the show/s now than she was a couple of years ago. She used to be very rigid looking or even unhappy (even before her marriage) but now she seems to have loosened up considerably. Please tell her to keep it up..
2. Please continue to keep Kourtney as a main story line in the show/s. Though I like Kim and Khloe, Kourtney is the only one who has been involved with a regular guy (I know Scott is a bit of a spoiled brat but he’s not a star athlete, entertainment mogul, or major producer). Not to be disrespectful but, in looking back, you were obviously much more open minded when you were their age when you got involved with and married a professional in the beginning of his law career.
3. I don’t mind the cursing from time to time on the show/s but can someone bring in an English teacher or consultant to work on grammer from time to time. The daughters often use the wrong tense of verbs and wrong pronouns.
4. It might be interesting to see the cast (or part of it) take a trip to the heartland of America. People on the coasts sometime refer to it as “flyover country” but places like Chicago, St. Louis, Memphis, Indianapolis, Pittsburgh, Columbus have some interesting destinations and devoted fans, especially those who shop at Sears–one of the daughters’ sponsors.
Well, best wishes to you and your family and.keep up the good work.