She also tries to explain that 'equalism' thing.
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Besides, it's not like she's wrong about needing to improve the education system. So there's that.
I caught just enough of the Miss USA pageant this weekend to be weirded out by Nick Jonas and Mo Rocca existing in the same space, but not enough to see the unfortunate answer that Miss Utah contestant Marissa Powell gave to NeNe Leake's question about gender and income equality. The Internet has been tearing into Ms. Powell since, but I firmly believe that we should cut her a little slack. Yes, her response was cringeworthy, confusing, and nonsensical, but a lot of that can be chalked up to an intense case of stage fright. After all, how are you supposed to keep cool in front of millions of people and a Jonas Brother?Read More
The blogosphere let out a collective water-spit when the new Miss USA, Alyssa Campanella called herself... a science geek. This, this, is death of geek as we know it! Because girls only say they're geeks to get attention, especially, especially if they're pretty.
I knew Geek Culture had taken over, but I had no idea that it had gotten so bad. Now Miss USA wants geek cred?Maybe she doesn't want geek cred, but she can-haz it if she wants, and she's not the only one. Beautiful genuine geeks and serious science sirens not only exist, you can follow the jump for five more Miss USA contestants from the past two years, alone who've got some serious intellectual cred. Read More