Some of you longer-time readers remember when we swung the mighty weight of teeming dozens of NN.C readers to vote Mark the Shark’s daughter Leah into a rookie spot for the Indianapolis Colts cheerleading squad.

Today, the Journal Gazette gives us the obligatory hometown girl makes good feature. But it has a great big picture! The good news: They didn’t make her dye her hair.

Posted at 9:21 am in Uncategorized |

6 responses to “Update.”

  1. alex said on November 13, 2003 at 12:49 pm

    You mean she took it upon herself to dye her hair that ghastly color, the one favored by so many with the wrong skin tone, eye color, brows and carpet? A shame. She’s such a gorgeous brunette.

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  2. amy said on November 13, 2003 at 1:04 pm

    I’ll see you and raise you. Or whatever.

    One of my former students is a Jacksonville Jaguars cheerleaders.

    I could say I taught her everything she knows.

    But I won’t.

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  3. Nance said on November 13, 2003 at 1:47 pm

    She’s actually a natural blonde, but I can’t speak to highlights, etc. I was more taken aback by the amount of makeup she has on, but I figure — lights, TV, showbiz. It’s stage makeup.

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  4. KCK said on November 13, 2003 at 6:38 pm

    She looks pretty good to me, oh to be 23 again. I worked for the Dallas Cowboys a couple of years in the 80’s, including assignments as a bodyguard for Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders at appearances. Like they say, it’s a tough job but somebody’s gotta do it.

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  5. michael golden said on November 13, 2003 at 9:18 pm

    I voted twice. Just lose the cookie and do it again. Glad to see she made it. It would be fun to be twenty th — uh oh I was in the ‘Nam when I was twenty three. Make it twenty five. And knowing what I know now, of course.

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  6. Paul said on November 14, 2003 at 12:26 am

    NN.C’s posting on this issue–more important, by far, than agricultural subsidies–led to a post on Hoosier Review, a website frequented, then as now, by dozens of lonely, young, techie-type male college students.

    I know I removed cookies. And voted early. And often.

    I suspect other readers did too.

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