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Subject: this will be interesting because if someone with kids wins everyone will say foul play (when statistically more women in the pageant have children) and if someone without chilren wins the one's with will complain. it is no different then wearing white. there is a larger percentage that do so usually someone in white wins. come on, judging is fair and it is for tv that the more is made because a larger percentage of women have kids not to mention that a larger percentage of the viewers will too therefore the sponsors exposure is vast and specific. it's all demographics in tv people...


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please stay positive
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Date Posted: 10:08:51 08/07/10 Sat
In reply to: Agree 's message, "In the past women have won without having children. However, with all the hype about Mother's Day and the new Moms R Us sponsor, I would have to agree with you." on 08:31:24 08/07/10 Sat

>>I think the front runners will be the delegates who
>>have children. It seems that the woman who make it to
>>the top, almost always have families. Especially with
>>all the talk about Mrs. A being televised on Mother's
>>Day 2011. I think this is the direction they are going
>>in, and therefore the winner picked this year will be
>>a mother. Any thoughts?

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[> [> [> Subject: I would like to point out that the celebration of Mother's Day is about honoring one's own mother, not about BEING a mother. If you are a contestant in this pageant, then obviously you HAVE a mother. Get over your crazy ideas that the lady who wins will be a mother.


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Ridiculous!
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Date Posted: 18:50:59 08/07/10 Sat


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