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Amazing Anagrams
  Author: By William Tunstall-Pedoe, Donald L. Holmes, Steve Krakowski, Cory Calhoun, Larry Belling and others unknown  
  Notes: William Tunstall-Pedoe, 26, is a Cambridge computer science graduate, entrepreneur and author of the best-selling computer program 'Anagram Genius.' Coronet Books published his delightful book also called "Anagram Genius." It includes anagrams by him and Donald L. Holmes, a former language lecturer from Manchester, England. Steve Krakowski, who wrote the famous Neil Armstrong anagram, is 52 years of age, lives in Florida, and has an interest in translating DNA into Hebrew. He has been a market research analyst and statistician. Cory Calhoun is the author of the amazing Hamlet anagram. He created it in 1996 while a freshman in college. He is now a graphic designer, crossword puzzle creator and aspiring sci-fi novelist. We don't know the other authors. If you are one of them, please let us know.  
     
   

Dormitory = Dirty Room
Evangelist = Evil’s Agent
Desperation = A Rope Ends It
The Morse Code = Here Come Dots
Slot Machines = Cash Lost in ‘em
Animosity = Is No Amity
Snooze Alarms = Alas! No More Z’s
Semolina = Is No Meal
The Public Art Galleries = Large Picture Halls, I Bet
A Decimal Point = I’m a Dot in Place
The Earthquakes = That Queer Shake
Eleven plus two = Twelve plus one
Contradiction = Accord not in it

Politicians:

George Herbert Walker Bush = Huge Berserk Rebel Warthog
George Bush = He bugs Gore
Ronald Reagan = A darn long era
Leroy Newton Gingrich = Yon Right-winger Clone
President Clinton of the USA = To copulate he finds interns.
Mister Newton Gingrich = Got him screwing intern
Marital indiscretions = Monica is strident liar
Ken Starr, dispense hate = Ken trashes a president

Anagrams on ‘Los Angeles, California’

Once safe gorilla slain
calorie falling season
asocial flannel orgies
agonies, carnal follies
colossal, fragile inane
final saloon sacrilege
seasonal allergic info
air goal of cleanliness
alas, alien foreclosing

Anagrams on ‘Information Superhighway’

Enormous, hairy pig with fan
Inspire humanity, who go far
A rough whimper of insanity
New Utopia? Horrifying sham!
Oh-oh, wiring snafu - empty air!
Hey, Ignoramus! Win profit, ha?
I’m on a huge whispy rhino fart

More anagrams, mostly from the UK:

Tony Blair PM = I’m Tory plan B
Virginia Bottomley = I’m an evil Tory bigot
Performance related pay = Mere end of year claptrap
Home and Away = Aha. yawn mode
Selina Scott = Elastic snot
Alec Guinness = Genuine Class
Sir Alec Guinness = Clearing sinuses
Robert DeNiro = error on bidet
Gloria Estefan = large fat noise
Chris Rea = rich arse
Gabriela Sabatini = Insatiable airbag
Marti Pellow = Ill tapeworm
Madonna, the material girl = Real dim man-eating harlot
Boddingtons, the cream of Manchester = Boddington’s stomach ache fermenter
Stella Artois, reassuringly expensive = Pint ‘o’ lager virtually erases sexiness
Motorway Service Station = I eat coronary vomit stews

The following anagrams come from the pen of William Tunstall-Pedoe

Ronald Wilson Reagan = A long-insane Warlord
Margaret Thatcher = That great charmer
The Conservative Party = Teacher in vast poverty
Michael Heseltine = Elect him, he’s alien
David Mellor = Dildo marvel
The Houses of Parliament = Loonies far up the Thames
Francois Mitterand = Mad strain of cretin
Acorn Computers = Crap to consumer
Eldorado = Real dodo
Rita Hayworth = Hot hairy wart
Mel Gibson = big melons
Arnold Schwarzenegger = He’s grown large ‘n’ crazed
Kylie Minogue = I like ‘em young
Ossie Ardiles = Arse is soiled
Diego Maradona = O dear, I’m a gonad
An Intel Pentium Processor = Customer nipple not arisen
Pentium Processor = Computerises porn

The following anagrams come from the pen of Donald L. Holmes:

Dame Agatha Christie = I am a right death case
Benson and Hedges = NHS been a godsend
Eastenders = needs a rest
Peter Ustinov = Eruptive snot
Martina Navratilova = Variant rival to a man
Irritable Bowel Syndrome = O my terrible drains below

This one, by Cory Calhoun, is truly amazing:

To be or not to be: that is the question, whether ‘tis nobler in
the mind to suffer the slings and arrows of outrageous fortune.”

And the Anagram:

“In one of the Bard’s best-thought-of tragedies, our insistent
hero, Hamlet, queries on two fronts about how life turns rotten.”

And the grande finale from Steve Krakowski:

“That’s one small step for a man, one giant leap for mankind.” - Neil A. Armstrong

The Anagram:

“A thin man ran; makes a large stride, left planet, pins flag on moon! On to Mars!”

 

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