Gleeful handwriting analysts choke on own feet

Some handwriting analysts got a hold of a piece of paper that they thought was doodled on by British Prime Minister Tony Blair. Their analysis?

Experts who examined the tangle of boxes, circles, loops and notes on debt and trade variously described Blair as “struggling to concentrate” or “not a natural leader” and “stressed and tense”.

Too bad the scribbles weren’t written by Tony Blair! It turns out that Bill Gates was probably the person doodling on the paper.

“We look forward to psychologists reassessing their conclusions of how these characteristics ascribed to the Prime Minister equally apply to Mr Gates,” [a spokesman from Blair’s Downing Street office] said.