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Soror Robin Manning (from TSU) will be one of the models on UPN's new show, "America's Next Top Model" premiering Tuesday, May 20. Hair/Eyes: Brown hair / Brown eyes Hometown: Memphis, TN Occupation: Day Care Assistant Education: MA from Tennessee State University Self-Description: Determined, ambitious, fun, and looking for a God-fearing man who will treat her like a queen Background: Robin has competed in beauty pageants, and has been a model for church fashion shows. Originally posted by AKA2D '91 Good luck to the sister. I'm sick of the reality show thing too, but I'm going to watch this show. Robin is beautiful and she is the ONLY reason I am watching. :mad: :mad: I was so proud of Tyra when she broke it down and went off on Janice. :cool: How about after we use the gat on Janice, we stick her with the rusty knife anyway just for the heck of it all??? JANICE look like she went to Mc Donalds, ordered some fries and said forget the bag, let me bob for them. So I think she has been in NYC for some time and took this opportunity while she was out there. As a journalist, I do understand the place of opinion pieces. Your little article fell into neither of those categories. I am a Christian (with both a Roman Catholic and a Baptist parent). Maybe you meant to say that you were considering applying for membership into Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.She was once crowned "Miss Soybean." She is single and has one sister. I don't know about everyone else, but I'm getting tired of these dayum shows. I was watching the previews and I hate it when the one girl says "i really dont' want to be a model, I want to be a doctor" and I'm thinking then why are you on tv trying to be america's top model. When her weight flashed across the screen I was like "Oh Hell Naw". Originally posted by blackcoffee The fact that Janice has not had one, NOT ONE, nice thing to say about Keese or Robin makes me feel as though she is either 1) a racist biatch or 2)she doesn't understand black beauty. Originally posted by theone I mean come on now a dancer with a self esteem problem. It is in response to the article written in africana. Your article was nothing more than a message board rant with a byline. And as I stated before, I am a working Journalist (not journalism student). And if you let your perception (wrong as it may be) of one member deter you, you were never right for this organization or any other.
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Other Activities: Playing basketball Life Motto: From the Bible: "I can do all things through Jesus Christ who strengthens me." posted by AKA2D '91 Good luck to the sister. She's very outgoing and loves the beauty pagent type life so I hope she wins. The modeling industry considers sizes 10 :eek: to 20 plus sizes in a mainstream sense. I read the boards at Grace, a magazine geared to "larger" women, and some of those posters were h-o-t-t when the winner of the mag's plus-size modeling contest was a size 10.:confused: :eek: :o Old girl said she has never been west of Maryland. :confused: :confused: ~~~~~~~~ Other girl is an animal activist, but has leopard and zebra print couch pillows. She is pretty and just like AI if a modeling company wants her, she will get picked up. There is a difference between being fit and being fat..one wants to see Miss Piggy on pointe shoes..I digress... I don't think that Elyse will win this competition. Even though some of you may think that I'm crazy, but I think that she is the IDEAL candidate. I hate to think that all FAMU students are hateful, whining brats. Persons testify to the goodness of God or preach of His redemption in most church services. If giving someone a Bible passage is attacking, then so be it. Would it have been better if she walked away spewing curse words?