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Subject: What I think it does is rewards a state title based on money or personal ties. Most girls who compete in MUO don't have unlimited resources to compete over and over again. There have been certain states in the past that were called out on bringing in contestants from other states and creating paper trails. In my opinion, while this might be the new rule, it validates the bad behavior from the past. It turns MUO into a more expensive mail in pageant system. Nobody will take a pageant seriously that a contestant can buy a title in.


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Date Posted: 12:45:35 01/29/19 Tue
In reply to: KrownKrazy 's message, "In my opinion MUO should make it a requirement that you MUST reside for a lengthy amount of time or go to school in the state you win in. How can you really represent a state if you cannot make appearances in that state? I think this is going to open up a huge can of worms for MUO." on 09:00:21 01/29/19 Tue


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[> [> [> [> [> Subject: So doesn't that make a titleholder a sort of "liar"? What kind of example is this to other girls, contestants, women? I thought IMG was about empowerment? How does cheating at a pageant empower a woman?


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Date Posted: 14:13:14 01/29/19 Tue


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