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Subject: Yes, this is why I was hesitant. I wasn't really wild about either of them (although I liked Amanda's sassy attitude). But it's true that at least Margarita embraced her win.


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Date Posted: 11:35:03 09/16/19 Mon
In reply to: ValeneEwing 's message, "Seeing as Amanda Jones was ever the reluctant beauty queen, I'd say no, because I think Margarita Moran was more elegant and probably wanted it a lot more than Amanda. Plus from what we have heard through the years Amanda has all, but forgotten her pageant wins, while Margarita still proudly enjoys being a former Binibining Pilipinas and Miss Universe winner." on 15:54:29 09/15/19 Sun


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[> [> Subject: I have never bought Amanda Jones' story. Her modeling agent asking her to enter is ridiculous. Most professional models don't do pageants and don't like them. She wasn't forced to enter ILL USA. She could have resigned before USA. After USA, she could have resigned before Universe. She wanted to win all 3.


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Date Posted: 02:13:37 09/29/19 Sun


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[> [> [> Subject: That makes a lot of sense. I never really thought about it. On the other hand, she really did disappear from the pageant world (and the world in general) right after she gave up her Miss USA crown, so it seems like she was glad to be done with it. I'd love to know what ever became of her.


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Doot
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Date Posted: 20:58:00 09/29/19 Sun

That makes a lot of sense. I never really thought about it. On the other hand, she really did disappear from the pageant world (and the world in general) right after she gave up her Miss USA crown, so it seems like she was glad to be done with it. I'd love to know what ever became of her.

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[> [> [> Subject: I don't know about that, I wasn't born yet, I assumed modeling and pageantry went hand-in-hand in the 60s and 70s and maybe into the early 80s, but then mainstream modeling started to look down on pageants. Please correct me if I am wrong or provide insight. Thank you!


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Date Posted: 18:57:56 10/06/19 Sun


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