This week’s Economist on Dollywood, and Dolly herself:
As a girl, she thought the town hooker in her make-up and stilettos was the prettiest thing she had ever seen. “She was trash,” Ms Parton tells interviewers, “And I thought: That’s what I want to be when I grow up.”
As I grow older and supposedly wiser, I’ve come to understand that Dolly Parton’s greatest gift is not, well, THOSE, but rather that voice; that wonderful voice and the tone that comes out of it. That’s the voice I’d want to hear bad news in, it wouldn’t be so bad.
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Also, We are funnier than all other designers.