Shania Twain, perplexed by her lack of education and comparing her wealthy lifestyle to the improvised lifestyles of scientist living across the the world, decided to write a song to boost her ego and degrade those that have scarified their valuable time and lives to advance the nations they live in.
In her 1997 song "That Don't Impress Me Much" from her album "Come on Over", she says, "You think you're a genius, you drive me up the wall", "You're a regular original, a "knowitall", "Ok, so you're a rocket scientist..." "Ohwooh, you think you're special".
Henry Johnson, a retired rocket scientist and now an employee for "Harker Pharmaceuticals", who developed the anti-yeast cream "Smell Away", said he was personally offended by the song Mrs. Twain is singing. Johnson said, "She wants to compensate her lack of desire for learning by attacking those who had no other choice but to learn so they can earn a meager living in this world."
The "Smell Away" product which Johnson developed has helped millions of women cure their yeast infections by removing the discomfort and pain attributed to the rot caused by the microbe "Candia albicans". Johnson who is a top scientist for "Harker Pharmaceuticals" has also developed other medications that have cured a variety of female diseases.
Looking impressive, with her face full of wrinkles and her flesh soft and aging, she did an interview with the magazine, "Celebrity News Media", where she explained, like a simpleton, her purpose for singing the song by saying, "The reason I sang the song was because I was more impressed by my lawyers who bilked me out of millions of dollars, than by educated scientist who work in dead end jobs all their lives."
Shania Twain further said that her song was a feminist expression she had created when she got caught up in the feminist movement in 1997 after she became a singer and was inundated with letters by radical feminist who were pleading with her to do something for the feminist movement.