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By Andrew P. Napolitano
Obama's veil of secrecy is pierced
Topic - Patrick Davies
If Bond, James Bond, were a real person and not simply a fictional character in 14 novels and on Hollywood movie screens, he'd not only be considered a drunk — but also a sexually dysfunctional, liver-damaged, car-crashing, dead man walking.
His consumption level would have brought on a tremor that "would be catastrophic for his marksmanship," Mr. Davies said.
"There are people capable of drinking this amount," said Patrick Davies, a physician at Nottingham University Hospitals and a co-author of the report, in USA Today. "But they are not capable of drinking that amount and still being able to defuse a nuclear bomb."