Monday, February 26, 2007

Separated at Birth?

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?


W.B. Picklesworth said...

For those about to vote for the Republican nominee, we salute you!

Mercy Now said...

Now now now, let's be civil about this. What about "Highway to Purgatory?" Highway to Hell is the truth but in a politically correct environment, it should be the former.

Of course, when we skirt the truth, we are not doing anyone a favor so yeah, Highway to HELL is fine with me:o)

Bike Bubba said...

I'm glad I'm not the only one who has the guilty secret (OK, no secret any more, but certainly guilty) of growing up listening to this group.

Interestingly, I stopped listening when I heard two wonderful young ladies singing the lyrics to one of their songs, one that would certainly induce nausea when thinking of the Clintons. I could never understand Johnson or Scott prior to that, but those ladies gave me the diabolical decoder ring.

W.B. Picklesworth said...

Was it by chance a song with the same initials as your blog handle?

Bike Bubba said...

Those young ladies taught me that it's not just one song, Ben. I hope you'll forgive me for not giving a list of those that would induce nausea when thinking about the Clintons! :^)

(consider it help for you in keeping on weight)