The Apprentice does wearable technology in unbearable fashion

Dave Neal
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Oh ... the technology

Although he applies every year, Sneak does not get close to a seat at Alan Sugar's firing table on the BBC show The Apprentice, and as each series rolls by he falls to the floor at the idiocy of the contestants....

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