Breaking Down the Odds for Miss Universe

Posted 2 years ago by Patrick Munuve | posted in Uncategorized | Post RSS 2.0

As we head into the holiday szn, among our favourite gaming events is set to take place. No, not football. Not by a longshot. I am speaking about Miss Universe.
This Sunday, each the Misses from all over the globe will gather in where else but beautiful Las Vegas to crown the best of them all.
Fortunately for us seeing the event on TV, we could bet on the winner in Bovada. I have observed every Miss Universe pageant since I was six, but that is just me.
The 3 favorites include Miss South Africa, Miss Thailand, and Miss Colombia. How they determined on this, I don’t have any idea, but let us take a look at the contestants.
Miss Thailand: +400 When there was a best name class in this event, she would surely win, but apparently she has a situation at winning the crown no matter. Maria Poonlertlarp is a 6??? tall 25-year-old Thai woman with a Master’s degree. One of her key goals is to cut down on adolescent pregnancy in her home nation. Great for her. Next contestant.
Miss South Africa: +450 Demi-Leigh Nel-Peters has hyphens in both her first and last name, which is something I cannot say I have seen before. She earned two leadership positions at her school. Nicely done. Next contestant.
Miss Colombia: +500 Hailing out of Colombia, Laura Gonz??lez is a 22 year old actress. Perhaps not the most noble of ambitions compared to others, however, what can you do? She wishes to become a celebrity, go get em girl.
I could do this all day , but let us skip the others and take a peek at Miss USA.
Miss USA: +1200 Miss District of Columbia (that I did not know was something ) and Miss USA K??ra McCullough will probably be seeking to add another crown to her collection. This great young woman is pretty badass if I do say so myself. She has a diploma in radiochemistry and currently works as a scientist for the United States Nuclear Regulatory Commission. Sounds kind of significant…
She has also been giving back to the community by teaching kids math and science in her program”Science Exploration for Kids”. Maybe I’m biased, but give her! She has the intangibles, all she needs is the poise. Poise counts!

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