Friday, February 17, 2006

Shrillary featured at famous wax museum

From the AP:
Aaron Fuksa, right, and Scottie McLaughlin, both employees of Madame Tussauds' wax museum and Hillary Clinton supporters, chant during the unveiling of the Hillary Clinton wax figure, left, beside a figure of her husband, former President Clinton, at the museum, Thursday, Feb. 16, 2006 in New York. The Democratic senator, who has been mentioned as a possible presidential candidate in 2008, was the pantheon of luminaries immortalized in the museum. A life-sized figure of the former first lady-turned-politician was unveiled Thursday, complete with a campaign-style balloon drop, flags and a full-throated rendering of 'Hail to the Chief.'
Someone asked me if Her Highness were actually standing next to her wax figure likeness, would I be able to tell them apart? Of course I could! One is a stiff, cold, motionless, unemotional, and unthinking figure. The other is made out of wax!

Also, Bill Clinton's waxed likeness is featured beside Shrillary. OK, that's almost too easy to ridicule, so I'm moving on...