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Subject: I think you should be born in the country before being allowed to compete at the national level. Although I do like Miss Panama, who was born in India.


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Date Posted: 11:34:07 11/27/19 Wed
In reply to: Basketball_Fan 's message, "You forgot US Virgin Islands, who made 4 attempts in 4 states (TX, FL, VA, UT) to reach Miss USA before winning US Virgin Islands. There was a bit of a controversy surrounding the USVI competition as none of the Top 5 were locals." on 09:33:47 11/27/19 Wed


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[> [> [> Subject: I've never been too concerned with state hoppers or country hoppers, but I know I'm probably in the minority. Requiring someone to be born in a country seems too strict. I mean if I person was born in, say, China, but moved to Canada as a child and grew up there, then she certainly seems like a fair representative of Canada.


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Date Posted: 12:02:23 11/27/19 Wed

I've never been too concerned with state hoppers or country hoppers, but I know I'm probably in the minority. Requiring someone to be born in a country seems too strict. I mean if I person was born in, say, China, but moved to Canada as a child and grew up there, then she certainly seems like a fair representative of Canada.

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