Three words that should never be used in the same headline: Clinton, head and Weiner

by editor on July 13, 2010

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Bill wanted to play a game of Bridesmaid Bingo, but Hillary had other ideas

Is it possible for a reporter to combine the words “Clinton”, “head”, and “Weiner” in the same sentence without some editor saying, “Nah, can’t do that.”

Apparently, it is possible at WCBS-TV, the CBS-owned station in New York, because here’s how the station presented a story on its website last weekend:

Bill Clinton To Head Rep. Weiner Wedding

Call him the officiator-in-chief: Former President Bill Clinton will preside at the wedding of New York Rep. Anthony Weiner to a longtime aide of Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton.

The 45-year-old congressman and his 34-year-old fiancee, Huma Abedin, are to be married Saturday at the Oheka Castle in Huntington on Long Island. The 19,000 square-foot home and extensive grounds have been host to many high-profile weddings, including Kevin Jonas of the Jonas Brothers to Danielle Deleasa last December.

If there is a God in heaven, he will not allow the bride to wear a blue dress.

Source: WCBS-TV

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7 Comments on "Three words that should never be used in the same headline: Clinton, head and Weiner"

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Vic
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Slilck Willie is gonna do that??? Here I thought he was out on the golf links, playing with his putter.

hudson duster
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If there is a God in heaven he will ensure that the bride wears a blue dress. Whose side do you think God is on?

Pierce
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HIGH larious, as usual.

DJ
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It’s stories like this that are a news editor’s dream!

CO2Insanity
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Is the main course at the reception going to be Tubesteak?

USN-RETIRED
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No, that’s just a phallusey.

Vic
Member

Oh My Gawd!! (BIG BIG GRIN!!)

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