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App reveals secret behind Obama's success and Winehouse's downfall

Published: 17th Nov 2008, 12:49:48 | Permalink | Printable

What's in a name? According to Martin Hansen's re-released numerology maths program, which analyses people's names, the newly-elected US president "fights tirelessly", our own premier is apparently "sharp and clear but can be a verbal bully" while troubled singer Amy Winehouse "can seem rude and abrupt".

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