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My high school girl's sisters name was Joline.

She hated Dolly

Lucky for me her older sister was built like Dolly.

and they were both from Nashville. Must be the something in the water
Not the water its all the hormones in Mc Donalds hamburgers, thats my take and I am sticking to it. All the girls I went to school with were as flat chested as a board, not many Mc Donalds and fast burger joints around then.
 

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On just about every picture that has a muzzle loader in it some member out there feels compelled to tell us what kind of rifle it is. I wonder why not on this one?
 
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Not the water its all the hormones in Mc Donalds hamburgers, thats my take and I am sticking to it. All the girls I went to school with were as flat chested as a board, not many Mc Donalds and fast burger joints around then.
None around where Dolly grew up, either, and if there were,I don't think her family could have afforded to eat there much.
I worked my way through FDI in the '70's working for the two agencies that ran the two main auditoria on campus, and also produced on-campus concerts. One of my duties was personal security for big-name performers like Kris Kristofferson, Steve Martin, etc. Dolly was the most friendly, open, and genuinely engaging performer and PERSON with whom I ever had the privilege to work. After her final sound check, before she went back to change for her performance, we had not opened the doors to the venue yet. She had all the student security workers come down to the stage... She asked out names, wanted to know who played any acoustic instruments, THEN HANDED OUT HER OWN PERSONAL INSTRUMENTS FOR US TO TRY OUT FOR A BRIEF LITTLE JAM! I got to sit and play her mountain dulcimer... After a few minutes, we handed them back, took our posts, and she went back to change out of her jeans and *everyday wig" for the show. I was at front stage, facing the crowd, with my head still swimming from the experience. A real, humble, beautiful, and gifted lady, offstage as well as on.
 

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Back in 70s lived in Kansas City Mo. worked at Blue Ridge Mall in Independence MO. Saw Dolly there. She was in town (KCMO) for a concert. She entered a 'Dolly Parton Look A-like Contest and ACTUALLY LOST!! The winner, some over 6 ft. tall moose in a bad wig and worse make up. Dolly was livid, to say the least. In full blown rage, at the most. It took her manager, the mall owner and several others to get her calmed. Don't say as I blamed her. The "WINNER" was, not ugly, but OOGLY. (double ugly.) At the time and still do, think that the winner was a drag queen.
The fix was in.
 
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