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  • No one knows anybody's name because nobody has a name. You're just your state. I got to where somebody would say "Virginia," and I'd answer. I was just "Virginia." I wasn't me any more.
    Wendy Dascomb Long (b. c. 1950), U.S. beauty queen. As quoted in Ms. magazine, p. 36 (September 1972). Miss U.S.A. for 1969-1970, Long was describing the pageant, in which she competed successfully after having won the title of Miss Virginia.
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