What You Get For Breaking the Internet

Every year, New York’s glossy Paper magazine publishes a ‘Break the Internet’ issue, though it’s not clear whether the damage is to be done by diverting attention and interest back to an older medium, or by ramping up the number of searches to a level that’s unsustainable. Either way, the secret weapon in 2014 was a cover by photographer Jean-Paul Goude featuring the charms of Kim Kardashian, who’s famously famous for nothing but being famous…

Kardashian cover

Maybe she should now also be famous for her derriere, but one thing is certain: if you break the internet, or even try to, there’s going to be a price to pay. And the conservative political cartoonist Dick Kulpa had an idea about what that price should be:


If you are interested in Dick Kulpa’s work, please visit his website.

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