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Are you people kidding me?

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Submitted by Bill (United States), Jun 11, 2010 at 00:43

A heterosexual male who does not find Ms. Fakih and Ms. Kohistani stunning is unworthy of the title. Those two women are absolutely gorgeous; denying that is absurd. The other women are mostly attractive, though, I agree, they are not Miss USA level: which makes perfect sense, given that all of those women won minor competitions. I do agree that the last woman should not have won, though. Oppression and discrimination have become part of the ethos of this country to the point where white people are making ludicrous claims ...

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