Breaking Down the Odds for Miss Universe

Posted 1 year ago by Patrick Munuve | posted in Uncategorized | Post RSS 2.0

As we head into the vacation szn, among our favorite gaming incidents is set to happen. No, not Thanksgiving football. Not by a longshot. I am talking about Miss Universe.
This Sunday, each the Misses from all over the globe will gather in where else but beautiful Las Vegas to summit the best of them all.
Fortunately for us seeing the case on TV, we can bet on the winner in Bovada. I’ve observed every Miss Universe pageant because I was six, but that is just me.
The three apparent favorites include Miss Thailand, Miss South Africa, and Miss Colombia. How they decided on that, I don’t have any idea, but let us take a look at the contestants.
Miss Thailand: +400 If there was a best name class in this event, she would surely triumph, but she has a case at winning the crown regardless. Maria Poonlertlarp is a 6??? tall 25-year-old Thai woman with a Master’s diploma. One of her goals is to help cut down on adolescent pregnancy in her home country. Great for her. Next contestant.
Miss South Africa: +450 Demi-Leigh Nel-Peters has hyphens in her first and last name, which is something I cannot say I’ve seen previously. She earned two leadership positions at her high school. Nicely done. Next contestant.
Miss Colombia: +500 Hailing out of Colombia, Laura Gonz??lez is a 22 year old aspiring performer. Perhaps not the most commendable compared to the others, however, what can you do? She wishes to be a celebrity, go get em girl.
I really could do that all day , but let us skip the others and have a peek at Miss USA.
Miss USA: +1200 Miss District of Columbia (that I didn’t know was something ) and Miss USA K??ra McCullough will probably be seeking to add another crown for her collection. This nice young girl is pretty badass if I do say so myself. She has a diploma in radiochemistry and now works as a scientist to the United States Nuclear Regulatory Commission. Sounds kind of important…
She has been contributing to the community by teaching kids math and science within her program”Science Exploration for Kids”. Although I am biased, but give her! She’s the intangibles she needs is your poise. Poise counts!

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