Miss Rubber World Controversy: ...of, by and for Fetishists Against Fraud.
A Solution

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This group is where the latest press releases convering the next steps and news concerning the Miss Rubber World Controversy and judged events in general. The emphasis is on getting the word out while being as open as possible as the discussion focuses on the very nature of the conflicts of interest, bribery, and other acts that render the event to be a farce.

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Pardon the mess. I had to place this online at least.

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For those who were wondering why there isn't a "rubberist" or "IAR" insignia upon this website: With all the nonsense going on would you want to be like those people who commit fraud in the name of fetish? 666