The girls posed in Palm Springs, California for the John Graham team, who were on a photo safari for big boobs. Chloe only made two XXX movies, Ultimate Chloe and Chloe's Ultimate Encore. As a contrast, Mimi has over 84 movies listed to her name, with lots of anal and facial action. This now-classic pictorial, a very unusual pairing, appeared in the July 1994 SCORE Magazine, a true collector's issue. A Las Vegas resident, Mimi was in the news in the second half of 2006. Mimi Miyagi became a Republican candidate for governor of Nevada with the campaign slogan: "For the bare and honest truth." Mimi's official entourage included her "campaign cuties," two bodyguards and a makeup artist. "I have nothing left to hide," she said when filing her papers for the November election. She was dressed in a tight pink business suit and pill-box hat invoking Jackie Kennedy's '60s image. "My slogan is, 'I'm bare and honest at all times.' Look, I'm not some old bastard playing golf," declared Mimi. "I'm for the people, which means raising the minimum wage and getting rid of business taxes for entertainers. I'm a Republican because I love to bear arms and breasts!" Mimi's platform included: New anti-stalking legislature; the reduction of waiting time processing police reports for crime victims; tougher laws on domestic violence abusers; removing newly added business tax laws on entertainers; legalizing strip clubs in hotels and more funds for programs to reduce youth gang violence. Mimi also wanted more money for public education, which lags badly compared to other Western countries. "Education in America is too much like our criminal justice system in America. It's the greatest system in the world, but there are inequities that are systemic to the process. There is little doubt that money matters! We've built a system of education that is unfair for our children. If you're fortunate enough to live out of the inner cities, out of the poverty-stricken areas of our country, chances are you will see better schools, better teachers, better programs, better everything."