|Subject: It is really tough for a director to make that decision. It really doesn't make you popular because it is your word against the ex-titleholder. She can spread lies and act the victim and the director has no recourse. Maybe we should all do what the Flight Attendant did on Jet Blue (with out the swearing) just grab a few beers and tell her....it's been good but "bye bye" and send them out on their own. Sometimes the treatment that directors have to take from ladies that lie, scream, deceive is not worth what they do! I hope that directors put their programs first and let the ladies know that what they have is an honor and this "prima donna" attitude will no longer be tolorated! It is unfortunate that Mrs NJ doesn't realize that she robbed the first runner up of her winning moment.|
Be humble and honest ladies!
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Date Posted: 00:22:35 08/12/10 Thu
In reply to: Don't need any more drama from state titleholders and other directors could learn from this situation! 's message, "Regardless if the director asked her to give up her title or if Shannon decided on her own to give up her title, the RIGHT DECISION was made! And don't get me wrong, that is a tough situation to be in! Thank goodness NJ got it right and hopefully more states will be more respectful to what is right!" on 10:12:57 08/10/10 Tue
>>>Has anyone heard whats going on with Mrs NJ America?
>>>Who is representing NJ at nationals?
>>Shannon did not get her title taken away due to
>>photos, (there was nothing wrong with her photos) she
>>gave her title back because she did not want to deal
>>with the director
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