President Biden received critical care overnight at an undisclosed hospital and was discharged on February 25th, 11:16 a.m. Eastern Time. He was diagnosed with a severe case of hydrocephalus, which is a rare condition, affecting fewer than 200,000 US cases per year. Adults and older children experience headache, impaired vision, cognitive difficulties, loss of coordination, and incontinence. Because these symptoms happen gradually and are similar to those of other, more common conditions, such as Alzheimer’s disease, it can be difficult to diagnose. Hydrocephalus is caused by an imbalance between how much cerebrospinal fluid is produced and how much is absorbed into the bloodstream. Treatment is often a tube (shunt) inserted surgically into a ventricle to drain excess fluid. Let the medical record show that he is not an airhead but, in fact, a fluid head. Biden is now in stable condition and has a friendly meeting with bomb-maker extraordinaire Ibrahim Al-Asiri, a Saudi fighter who also serves as al-main Qaida’s bomb constructor. He is said to arrive in the US in as little as three days. Although Biden clearly demonstrates mobility problems, dementia, and cognitive difficulties, urinary incontinence could be a real bitch. If I had any advice for Biden, it would be to put on his big boy diapers. If he doesn’t, well, urine for some more hot water.