Yah, yah, and here it is. The article I was waiting for that tells all. Originally in Houston, relocated to obscurity outside of Dallas. Sure, sure, there's all that dirt about the person we called Anna Nicole Smith.
But here's the thing, the tail end to the article linked above:
"Some people have it that she disgraced this town," said Alan Campbell, a burly trucker in the local natural gas industry.
"But I don't think that she did. She had a goal and she did it," he said as he tucked into lunch at a Mexia restaurant.
See it? An idiom of your average British dirt reporter.
You know Candle in the Wind, whether Elton John, so-called, was referring to Marilyn Monroe or Princess Diana at the time. If you've got 80's recall you remember Def Leppard's Photograph, which at least could be about anyone, unless you've seen the video. Now quick, name a better-known American music tribute. I'm sure there's one. Mention them here if you wish, but please, no Marilyn Manson references, or for that matter other Ohio exports.
Are you sure you can't look away? Why? What is it her image did for you?