Sunday fun: 60 Minutes presents 3 remarkable women

In a special hour hosted by Morley Safer, “60 Minutes” presents in-depth profiles on three remarkable women: country singer Dolly Parton, Vogue editor Anna Wintour and actress Meryl Streep (all in their 60’s and all at the top of their professions).

I personally have no understanding of why one as authentic as Dolly needs such an ornate facade. And the world of high fashion is far beyond my terms of reference, but I find the stories of these three unorthodox women thought-provoking on many levels. Here is the direct link.

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One Response to Sunday fun: 60 Minutes presents 3 remarkable women

  1. d robertson says:

    Women have come a helluva long way in the past 40 years and have much more to contribute in my opinion. One day, the United States WILL elect a woman as President and the ultimate glass ceiling will shatter to smithereens at long last.

    Until then, my favorites are Adele, Katie Perry and Paz Vega. And Dannie Park for my internet investment guru. I haven’t met any of them, but someday I’ll probably meet Ms Park at a Money Show. Whoo-hoo!

    Keep up the great postings. I enjoy reading each one, and am learning much.

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