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post #16 of 19
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"There was nothing under his suit jacket," Nicolle Devenish, the Bush campaign's communications director, told the New York Times newspaper.
That's what I always suspected.
Aha. So you're suggesting it is the Emperor himself and not his clothes that are in doubt?
post #17 of 19
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Brad de Long speculated back brace and that seems like a good guess to me.  
Back brace? With the way he leans over and smothers the podium, they'd better tighten it up a bit.... No, I like the remote control theory. I think Jeb just had on implanted as well....
post #18 of 19
I've had some experience with body micing, and no maker of security or surveillance radio transceivers locates them in the middle of the back. Ear prompters and body mics universally use a box with a clip intended to be fastened to the waist or placed in a breast pocket. For a one-way receiver "ear prompter" (what the conspiracy theorists are presumably talking about), there are many units that fit entirely in the ear, obviating the need for a control unit entirely. I highly doubt that this kind of device would assist any person in a debate: unless you are reading a memorized script that is also being prompted in sync, the result of hearing a person talking while you are also attempting to speak is not very helpful. The horizontal line and bulge, however, are consistent with the horizontal "drag straps" used on some kevlar vests, specifically those intended for use by dynamic entry teams. The strap is typically heavy duty nylon, linked to a harness on the interior of the vest, and intended to allow a teammate to pull a man's weight. In situations where the entryway is a single door, should the lead team member be hit, the adjacent man can drag the wounded man rearward along the ground with one hand while providing suppressing fire with the other. Dynamic Entry vests are typically Class IIIa plus, with front and rear ablation plates, and very bulky.
post #19 of 19
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I understand that President Bush is a very religious man. Perhaps when he had his bespoke suit made, he had a special pocket sewn into the back for his Bible? It seems that he should have put it into the front of the jacket, however, slightly underneath the inside breast pocket. That doesnt't sound too plausible, I guess. Perhaps it's just a wrinkle.
hahahahaha, more likely that pocket would be for a small bottle of vodka.
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