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If you told me that he was money-hungry and was cutting corners for money, I'd say that doesn't sound like the Bill Clinton I know." When the show ended, the Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter and columnist looked around and innocently asked, "Can you use a word like horny on television? But has horny crossed the line from slang to colloquialism, from mild vulgarity to acceptable informal usage? (This scholarly material is being larded in to reassure nervous editors.) The original meaning referred to the hard protuberances growing from the head of ungulate mammals or mythic creatures like the satyr, a bestial being combining a goat (undeservedly vilified as a lecherous beast) and a human.