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    Jenna is an embarrasment to women. I think it is sad for someone to go on an adventure show like Survivor planning to use her body to get out of working. No wonder there are bad stereotypes.
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    It's a shame to her representing the Commonwealth of PA.

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    Originally posted by spegs
    Jenna is an embarrasment to women. I think it is sad for someone to go on an adventure show like Survivor planning to use her body to get out of working. No wonder there are bad stereotypes.
    I have to say I agree.
    I had high hopes for Heidi, but after last weeks episode it seems that she is all in favour of using the Jenna strategy too.
    I think it's a great shame.

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    That's why I liked Gina so much. She was very attractive, had a great body, but she was a worker. (of course she didn't get very far in that loser tribe she was on, but I still respected her).
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    I felt compelled to add more to this list too.

    Jenna (S1) was a pretty girl, and she was definitely a hard worker. Elisabeth (S2) was gorgeous, yet she was very humble about it.
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    Jenna brought her Zeta crown as a source of inspiration. It is signed by all of her sisters and her parents. It shows that they love her and she can look at it and think of all of us when she's out there in the Amazon. It was a wonderful luxury item. All her years with ZTA were cherished. Thanks!

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    As a Zeta alum, I'm proud to call Jenna one of my sisters! Thanks zetagirl for the explanation of the crown. Maybe everyone will understand now. Go Jenna!

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    I can see why Jenna brought her Zeta crown. My feeling on it, though, is that sororities are exclusionary, and bringing a physical reminder that you think you're "better than another group of people" is probably not the wisest move in the world.

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    I don't really see sororities as exclusionary....

    I guess I don't really see it as much different than Colby bringing his Texas flag as being a Texan was very important to him too.

    Not that I think it's wise or not wise either way. At least the flag was versatile. If I were bringing something I would certainly wish it to be something useful that the entire tribe could get some use out of.
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    Originally posted by John
    I can see why Jenna brought her Zeta crown. My feeling on it, though, is that sororities are exclusionary, and bringing a physical reminder that you think you're "better than another group of people" is probably not the wisest move in the world.
    I agree, John. To me, it seems a very unwise thing to bring to this game.

    (BF - anyone can move to Texas, but not anyone can become a Zeta member, hence exclusionary.)

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