January 03, 2004 12:09am
2003 Expo Bikini Contest Hoax
Source: Letters to the Editor
by: Company Press Release
Inari Vachs? Winning? Are you serious? What a joke! Again, as I watched this bikini contest and have now viewed the pictures, this contest was a hoax, again. It's almost pathetic to even talk about it. I'll make this short. I'll bet you 10 thousand dollars to your 1 thousand, if you got the balls.
I'll take the girl who got 2nd place, or the girl who got 4th place, or even the girl who got 10th place, up against Inari Vachs. If the Winner is Truly decided about who looks the best in a bikini. We will just ask random people on the street who have no knowledge of these people, and have no other motives. Strictly Politics.
Again, porn stars and other people familiar with this business as judges? That's stupid! Of Course, Porn star judges are going to pick a Porn star winner. Duh! Even if she doesn't belong in the top 10.
Get talent scouts or beauty consultants to judge. People who are unfamiliar with the contestants, and this business. Hell, you could get the hotel employees to judge, even they would make more fair decisions. At least the outcome will be about who looks best, not about who you know or who spends the most money on advertising.
Now - Let me take a wild guess: Next year the prize money goes up to 20 large. Um, let me see, Exotica re-enters and wins?? Do ya think??
My offer stands, let me know if you're interested. Something tells me after reviewing the pictures, you won't be. This is talked about year round, nationwide. Everyone wants to say these things, I figured why shouldn't it be me.
Ever wonder why the number of contestants entered keeps going down? The moderately large crowd actually booed in response to the results.
I reviewed the pictures in Exotic Dancer magazine, as well as their website. This contest is supposed to be an annual "fanfair" event. The politics and outcome have gotten ridiculous and everyone knows it. The fans HAVE NOT spoken.
I did a google search for this bikini contest and found numerous website locations. AINews carried the story, as well as ExoticDancer.com, and PureGoldClubs.com.