I knew one professor (he collaborated with Feynman on some occasion) who was a big fan of Dolly Parton. Otherwise a normal guy, but he kept talking about her every day. I personally don't understand what's to like about her.
Only Americans and Irish appreciate Country Music. It never caught on on the continent,.
Maybe the prof just liked the music.
She must have some more general appeal than a euphemistic poker hand.
How many other people can claim a theme park named after them?
Actually that is not a rhetorical question, I am intrigued as to how many there are but can't find a killer google search for it.
Does Kim Jong Un have one?