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2013-06-17 12:10 PM

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Subject: 'Create education better' to solve income inequality: Miss Utah
Its like little parrots that are trained to say as much "newspeak" as they can.....but don't know what they're saying.....


http://www.sunnewsnetwork.ca/sunnews/world/archives/2013/06/2013061...


Why is it that world issues, politics, society, etc. are even part of Beauty Pagents anyways?


2013-06-17 1:29 PM
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RRdAe3UAIVs  My little contribution to this thread--Miss USA contestants, 15 worst answers to "Should Evolution be Taught in Schools?"

"Why is it that world issues, politics, society, etc. are even part of Beauty Pagents anyways?"

Dunno.

I guess I would ask why are beauty pageants a part of life anyways? :)

2013-06-17 1:35 PM
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RRdAe3UAIVs  My little contribution to this thread--Miss USA contestants, 15 worst answers to "Should Evolution be Taught in Schools?"

"Why is it that world issues, politics, society, etc. are even part of Beauty Pagents anyways?"

Dunno.

I guess I would ask why are beauty pageants a part of life anyways?

After viewing that I guess I would have to ask why is Louisiana a state?  Laughing

2013-06-17 1:44 PM
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i wonder how many people watch these things, and of those that do, how many of those only watch it just to see pretty girls say dumb-asz stuff like this.
2013-06-17 1:51 PM
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I think someone is trying to teach them Jedi mind tricks, but they just keep backfiring.  It seems that they are taught find a way to turn every question to a topic you you "know."  That first girl was going to talk about education regardless of the question asked. 

Here's the question I would love to see asked:  "What are your views on women's suffrage?"

2013-06-17 2:02 PM
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Originally posted by Hook'em

I think someone is trying to teach them Jedi mind tricks, but they just keep backfiring.  It seems that they are taught find a way to turn every question to a topic you you "know."  That first girl was going to talk about education regardless of the question asked. 

Here's the question I would love to see asked:  "What are your views on women's suffrage?"

"I think women suffer as much as men when they get broken bones and such.  If we had a system in place so that we could educate more women to be doctors then maybe there would be less suffraging".  ~flips my hair back~



2013-06-17 2:04 PM
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Originally posted by antlimon166 i wonder how many people watch these things, and of those that do, how many of those only watch it just to see pretty girls say dumb-asz stuff like this.

So I don't "do" stupid.  I've tried, sort of, but, no-can-do.  I can't imagine watching a show just to look at "good looking" guys, but (big but here) if I did, saying these kinds of things would make them anything but attractive.

Conversely, take someone who's not that textbook good looking, but they're smart and funny.  Smokin hot. 

2013-06-17 2:08 PM
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Subject: RE: 'Create education better' to solve income inequality: Miss Utah
Originally posted by Hook'em

I think someone is trying to teach them Jedi mind tricks, but they just keep backfiring.  It seems that they are taught find a way to turn every question to a topic you you "know."  That first girl was going to talk about education regardless of the question asked. 

Here's the question I would love to see asked:  "What are your views on women's suffrage?"

I remember a Man Show episode from years ago where they went out on the street with a petition to end woman's suffrage. It was amazing the number of women they got to sign it.

2013-06-17 2:14 PM
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Originally posted by switch

Originally posted by antlimon166 i wonder how many people watch these things, and of those that do, how many of those only watch it just to see pretty girls say dumb-asz stuff like this.

So I don't "do" stupid.  I've tried, sort of, but, no-can-do.  I can't imagine watching a show just to look at "good looking" guys, but (big butt? Here, here!) if I did, saying these kinds of things would make them anything but attractive.

Conversely, take someone who's not that textbook good looking, but they're smart and funny.  Smokin hot. 

Fixed that for ya!

2013-06-17 2:17 PM
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Originally posted by switch

Originally posted by antlimon166 i wonder how many people watch these things, and of those that do, how many of those only watch it just to see pretty girls say dumb-asz stuff like this.

So I don't "do" stupid.  I've tried, sort of, but, no-can-do.  I can't imagine watching a show just to look at "good looking" guys, but (big butt? Here, here!) if I did, saying these kinds of things would make them anything but attractive.

Conversely, take someone who's not that textbook good looking, but they're smart and funny.  Smokin hot. 

Fixed that for ya! :)

Damn, AS I TYPED IT, I thought a pun on that would be funny.  Sooooo, Aaron's an azz man.  Take notes people.

2013-06-17 2:17 PM
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Originally posted by Hook'em

I think someone is trying to teach them Jedi mind tricks, but they just keep backfiring.  It seems that they are taught find a way to turn every question to a topic you you "know."  That first girl was going to talk about education regardless of the question asked. 

Here's the question I would love to see asked:  "What are your views on women's suffrage?"

"I think women suffer as much as men when they get broken bones and such.  If we had a system in place so that we could educate more women to be doctors then maybe there would be less suffraging".  ~flips my hair back~

100% win. 



2013-06-17 2:23 PM
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Subject: RE: 'Create education better' to solve income inequality: Miss Utah
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Originally posted by Aarondb4
Originally posted by switch

Originally posted by antlimon166 i wonder how many people watch these things, and of those that do, how many of those only watch it just to see pretty girls say dumb-asz stuff like this.

So I don't "do" stupid.  I've tried, sort of, but, no-can-do.  I can't imagine watching a show just to look at "good looking" guys, but (big butt? Here, here!) if I did, saying these kinds of things would make them anything but attractive.

Conversely, take someone who's not that textbook good looking, but they're smart and funny.  Smokin hot. 

Fixed that for ya!

Damn, AS I TYPED IT, I thought a pun on that would be funny.  Sooooo, Aaron's an azz man.  Take notes people.

 

Haha nope, sorry, I am the opposite. I just figured I would state what your subliminal mind was attempting to state for you.

2013-06-17 3:09 PM
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Subject: RE: 'Create education better' to solve income inequality: Miss Utah
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Originally posted by switch
Originally posted by Aarondb4
Originally posted by switch

Originally posted by antlimon166 i wonder how many people watch these things, and of those that do, how many of those only watch it just to see pretty girls say dumb-asz stuff like this.

So I don't "do" stupid.  I've tried, sort of, but, no-can-do.  I can't imagine watching a show just to look at "good looking" guys, but (big butt? Here, here!) if I did, saying these kinds of things would make them anything but attractive.

Conversely, take someone who's not that textbook good looking, but they're smart and funny.  Smokin hot. 

Fixed that for ya! :)

Damn, AS I TYPED IT, I thought a pun on that would be funny.  Sooooo, Aaron's an azz man.  Take notes people.

 

Haha nope, sorry, I am the opposite. I just figured I would state what your subliminal mind was attempting to state for you. :)

Well, yeah, I guess I do go for azz over boobs;)

2013-06-17 3:19 PM
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Subject: RE: 'Create education better' to solve income inequality: Miss Utah
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Originally posted by Hook'em

I think someone is trying to teach them Jedi mind tricks, but they just keep backfiring.  It seems that they are taught find a way to turn every question to a topic you you "know."  That first girl was going to talk about education regardless of the question asked. 

Here's the question I would love to see asked:  "What are your views on women's suffrage?"

I remember a Man Show episode from years ago where they went out on the street with a petition to end woman's suffrage. It was amazing the number of women they got to sign it.

I saw that one, it was hilarious. We've got to end women's suffrage!

2013-06-17 8:40 PM
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Subject: RE: 'Create education better' to solve income inequality: Miss Utah
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Originally posted by Left Brain
Originally posted by Hook'em

I think someone is trying to teach them Jedi mind tricks, but they just keep backfiring.  It seems that they are taught find a way to turn every question to a topic you you "know."  That first girl was going to talk about education regardless of the question asked. 

Here's the question I would love to see asked:  "What are your views on women's suffrage?"

"I think women suffer as much as men when they get broken bones and such.  If we had a system in place so that we could educate more women to be doctors then maybe there would be less suffraging".  ~flips my hair back~

100% win. 

LMAO.   That was a good one.

2013-06-20 8:57 AM
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I think she was simply nervous. People jumped all over her for it but not everyone will speak well when in the spotlight as she was. She may articulate very well on paper at a slower pace. I have no idea so I reserve judgement.


2013-06-20 9:08 AM
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Originally posted by Pector55I think she was simply nervous. People jumped all over her for it but not everyone will speak well when in the spotlight as she was. She may articulate very well on paper at a slower pace. I have no idea so I reserve judgement.
Being respectful and reasonable is soooo boring ;P
2013-06-20 9:08 AM
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Originally posted by Pector55I think she was simply nervous. People jumped all over her for it but not everyone will speak well when in the spotlight as she was. She may articulate very well on paper at a slower pace. I have no idea so I reserve judgement.
Being respectful and reasonable is soooo boring ;P


What if I admit that it's only because she is hot?
2013-06-20 9:35 AM
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Originally posted by Pector55I think she was simply nervous. People jumped all over her for it but not everyone will speak well when in the spotlight as she was. She may articulate very well on paper at a slower pace. I have no idea so I reserve judgement.
Being respectful and reasonable is soooo boring ;P
What if I admit that it's only because she is hot?
Much better.
2013-06-20 4:38 PM
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Subject: RE: 'Create education better' to solve income inequality: Miss Utah
Originally posted by Hook'em

I think someone is trying to teach them Jedi mind tricks, but they just keep backfiring.  It seems that they are taught find a way to turn every question to a topic you you "know."  That first girl was going to talk about education regardless of the question asked. 

Here's the question I would love to see asked:  "What are your views on women's suffrage?"




That would be priceless to watch!
2013-06-21 11:00 AM
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i wonder what a Mr. America pageant would look like. a bunch of dudes doing the dumb&dumber pose with a suit on, then shooting some hoops to show they got skills, then throwing on a speedos (hey, the girls can wear bininis, righ!), then answering some questions on how to make the world a better place. i think they'd get at least 27 or 28 viewers.

i just don't get the whole beauty pageant thing.


2013-06-21 11:18 AM
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"Milk is for babies, I drink beer"

 


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2013-06-21 12:39 PM
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Subject: RE: 'Create education better' to solve income inequality: Miss Utah
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"Milk is for babies, I drink beer"

 


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People who drink should pay higher health insurance. (pot stirred)
2013-06-21 12:53 PM
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"Milk is for babies, I drink beer"

 


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Maybe NSFWhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VZqfUzax3kE

People who drink should pay higher health insurance. (pot stirred)

Your mom should pay higher health insurance!

 

Burn!!!

2013-06-21 1:00 PM
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Subject: RE: 'Create education better' to solve income inequality: Miss Utah
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Originally posted by switch

"Milk is for babies, I drink beer"

 


GIFSoup

Maybe NSFWhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VZqfUzax3kE

People who drink should pay higher health insurance. (pot stirred)

Your mom should pay higher health insurance!

 

Burn!!!

Arnold should definitely pay higher health insurance. (tis his quote)

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