Egyptians actually want Kenneth Cole shoes

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Finally. The philosopher/shoe salesman Kenneth Cole has weighed in on the Egypt uprising. The Great Man finds an angle nobody else thought of when he cheekily interprets the Cairo "uproar" as a clamoring for Kenneth Cole's Spring Collection, which features such revolutionary garb as the 2011 Sundance Film Festival vest. Funny stuff! Cole was already a walking case study of why megalomaniac CEOs shouldn't moonlight as ad copywriters. He's now becoming the poster boy for why you should keep those same characters off Twitter.

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