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A recent study has found that watching “Keeping Up With The Kardashians” can make you less sympathetic to people that are poor.  Researchers in the study concluded that just a mere 60 seconds of shows that “glamorize fame, luxury, and wealth” is enough to increase anti-welfare beliefs.

What if you’re a loyal fan of the shows, but these results worry you? Well, Laurel Steinberg,  a New York therapist says, “remember to look down the mountain rather than up. Sure there are a few super wealthy people at the tippy-top, but most people of the world lie below.”

What are your thoughts on this study? Do you find yourself wanting more of the expensive things in life after watching these type reality shows?

Like most people in this town, Joe Winner hails from the Midwest. Ohio. When not on the air, you’ll find Joe all over town supporting community events and various charities and handing out fun stuff to all the people. Joe’s on-air features include “Joe’s Meals On Wheels” serving up free lunch, and “Intermission” where the listeners have to name the correct movie of the day to win fantastic prizes.