AmberDobson 
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Re: “Local pride: Missoula woman makes Hooters calendar

elkamino, I have done my fair share of modeling as well and I KNOW they photoshop skin flaws and misplaced strands of hair- thats a given. But you were commenting on how she looks untouched, and I was agreeing saying that they wouldnt pick someone they would need to sit at a computer and take a ton of time altering her face/body. As for your elk/hooters comparison, what makes an elk a "prize" is it's size and rack, however this is not the case for women and I am very disappointed at your thinking that is the case. Just because someone works/poses for Hooters doesn't mean they are well endowed in the chest area, nor should they have to be to be presented in Hoots mechandise... like I said, there is no generic Hooters Girl.

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Posted by AmberDobson on 01/15/2010 at 11:35 AM

Re: “Local pride: Missoula woman makes Hooters calendar

Elkamino, if you read the article it said there were over 20,000 applicants, of course they arent going to chose women they will have to photoshop, they want natural beauties, like Brittney. Also, if you go to any Hooters, especially the one in Missoula, you will see all the girls are different shapes, sizes, personalities, skin tones etc. There is no generic Hooters Girl, thats why making the calander is such a big deal, because it means you have something special and unique. She is an extremely gorgeous native american woman who represents REAL Montana beauty.

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Posted by AmberDobson on 01/12/2010 at 1:19 PM

Re: “Local pride: Missoula woman makes Hooters calendar

I am sure her mother is very proud of her, I know I sure am :)

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Posted by AmberDobson on 01/10/2010 at 7:56 PM

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