While listening to an angry rant of Hillary Clinton one night driving home from work, it occurred to me that I'd heard that same voice somewhere else. Specifically, I'd heard it during high school sock hops courtesy of "The Thunder Down Under."
Yes, you read it first here; compare Brian Johnson and Bon Scott of AC/DC to New York's junior Senatrix. You'll be sad you did.
But whatever you do, listen to "Highway to Hell" or "Dirty Deeds," because some of the other songs will, in connection with the Clinton legacy, induce more than a little bit of nausea. That said, "Highway to Hell" might make a good campaign song for her, don't you think?
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