Tomorrow is decision day for the US presidency, and Sneak for one hopes that Bush will be given a message even he can understand. In the meantime, Sneak has put two and two together and come up with a new theory. First, there's the widely publicised bulge in the president's jacket. Then there is the scientific research that showed a marked boost in verbal reasoning skills among volunteers who had an electrical current piped through their brains. So it seems entirely logical that the mysterious bulge was in fact a simple battery pack. A few wires concealed in the president's hair and bingo - instant cerebrum upgrade. As far as Sneak could tell, however, the tactic hasn't been working. Perhaps they need to turn the wick up a bit.
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