Child: Cotton, Is that your real hair?
Cotton: Yes, and I have the receipt to prove it.
Child: Cotton, where do you live?
Cotton: At a place I refer to as "the circus".
Child: Cotton, why don't you have big clown shoes like the other clowns?
Cotton: There are a lot of things I will do, but that is not one of them.
Child: Cotton, are you a real clown?
Child: Cotton, you don't have a big red nose?
!Cotton: Just when I have a cold.
Child: Cotton, why did you make that balloon pop?
Cotton: At eight bucks a bag, Miss Cotton does not intentionally pop balloons.
Child: Cotton, can you come to my party?
Cotton: It would be my pleasure! Just have your people call my people!
Child: What would you identify, in your own personal experience, as the singlemost thing to impact and influence your paradigm and work?
Cotton: People are important. Things are just things. I devote my life and time to people. People don't collect dust. Things don't love you back.
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