a reinjiggerating peekaboo

What am I to do when I see a headline that says "WILL HILL CHILL BILL?"


Here's the story-in-brief:

Hillary's campaign will try to 'shift former President Bill Clinton back into positive, supportive-spouse role' he played before her loss in Iowa... Developing...
And as if that isn't bad enough, there's now legitimate speculation which can be summarized as


Sorry, but things have gone too far. I was trying to chill out a little bit from blogging tonight, but really...

In light of the earlier commotion over Time Magazine's rejiggering extravaganza, the word games just became too much to ignore, and regular readers know that if I am sufficiently provoked, I just can't let well enough alone.

So, I thought the least I could do would be to rejigger "Hillary Rodham Clinton," and I managed to come up with this:

Halt Old Horny Criminal
Hey, it's late Sunday night, and I used anagram software, but it's the best I can do.

(It has more stopping power than than "Old Horny Maniac Thrill," although that does at least rhyme with the question of the day, which seems to be "WILL HILL CHILL BILL, OR WILL ILL BILL CHILL HILL?")

UPDATE: This stuff might rhyme, but I think it is really, seriously inappropriate and borders on deranged.

Dave Winer needs to chill, and big time.

(Considering what I've seen of him in the past, though, I can't say I'm surprised.)

posted by Eric on 01.27.08 at 11:11 PM


Hillary Billary Shoo?

John Lynch   ·  January 27, 2008 11:25 PM

That's one of my favorite Doo Wop songs!

Eric Scheie   ·  January 27, 2008 11:26 PM

You just missed it: old horny chitlin alarm

It yells "Jesse Jackson!" when it's time.

guy on internet   ·  January 28, 2008 1:32 AM

If you restrict yourself to "Hillary Rodham", you get "Hardly Oral Him", which pretty much explains the Lewinsky affair right there.

Jeremy   ·  January 28, 2008 9:58 AM

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