So I think the Oscar winning short documentary film was about you. Not sure.
After the presenters made the announcement about "Music by Prudence" a man named Roger Ross Williams ran on stage and was in the midst of talking about his first flight to Zimbabwe when a woman named Elinor Burkett suddenly appeared and started talking about men talking "and isn't that the classic thing" and something about "we can" and "marvelous energy." She might have thrown in a Zimbabwean word. Or maybe it was English. Seriously, I'm not sure.
So I listened to it on Youtube and transcribed Burkett's acceptance . . . words. Punctuation was tricky.
"The man does all the talking isn't that just the classic thing? In a world in which most of us are told, and tell ourselves, that we can't. We honor the band behind this film, teaches us that we're wrong. Against all odds, they did. So we can. So the bottom line is, to me, my role models and my heros. Marvelous and energy. Tobeway. Good will. The whole rest of the band and especially Prudence."
So, dear Prudence, I hope that you and your inspirational friends in Africa strike up the band . . . and drown out the noise.