“When a sheet of paper covered in doodles was found on Tony Blair’s desk at the Davos World Economic Forum, handwriting experts delighted in analysing it, concluding the Prime Minister was stressed and under pressure. 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,'” Reuters reports.
“But there was a problem. The doodles, it later transpired, were nothing to do with Blair but were the work of Microsoft founder Bill Gates, who shared a table with Blair at the summit,” Reuters reports. Full article here.
Terry Kirby reports on other interpretations of Gate’s doodles for The Independent, “He is full of nervous energy but likes to keep things firmly in their own compartments and, while aiming high, is struggling to maintain control in a confusing world full of major problems… [the doodle] suggests things are in danger of getting out of control.”
MacDailyNews Exclusive: MacDailyNews has obtained an exclusive scan of Gates’ doodles. How they ever could have been mistaken for Blair’s is beyond us. See for yourself here.