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Perfect 10 Answer: No. If we make football violence a crime, where do we draw the line? Would a hard hit during a game result in assault charges? When you review the game video you see there was aggressive, unsportsmanlike behavior from Myles Garrett, Mason Rudolph, and teammates. Football is dangerous enough without helmets being ripped off and used as weapons and players kicking and punching one another. Suspensions for all involved would be appropriate. That would send a message to players across the league that that type of behavior won't be tolerated.
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Today's Titleholder of the Day is Kristen Routh, Ms. Intergalactic ® International 2019-20! Kristen aspires to improve her community and beyond through her platform “Be Kind Humans,” a lifestyle blog helping others to lead with kindness to the self, others and the environment.
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Kendra Hale is an only child who grew up in Christiansburg, a small town in rural southwestern Virginia. She graduated as valedictorian from Christiansburg High School and the Southwest Virginia Governor’s School. Kendra recalls that in her hometown, pageants were not common and many people didn’t understand the different aspects of being involved in pageants such as going after scholarships, being goal-oriented and being of service.
Kendra’s pageant journey started when she was 13 or 14 and shortly thereafter became involved with the Princess America pageant system. She first won the title of Princess America’s District of Columbia Teen, and eventually she became Princess America’s District of Columbia Miss.
Once this fresh faced Virginia girl got bitten by the pageant bug, there was no turning back and soon she had earned her 1st national title, “Outstanding Miss of America 2016-2017.”
Kendra admits that her introduction to the world of pageantry was difficult because she really had no frame of reference for competing, nor did she know anyone who competed. But, she didn’t let her lack of knowledge intimidate her or make her feel inadequate. She used all the tools and resources that she could find, and she asked for help.
“Since I was a latecomer, I didn’t know a lot about what was going on and I had to work really hard to learn everything I needed to know. I utilized resources, such as Pageant Planet and other publicly available information, to learn about different organizations and competitions. I worked with incredible people to learn the right skills. I didn’t let my age or lack of knowledge stop me.”
Special thank you to Julia Stone for doing the research on Kendra Hale.
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