girls will be boys and boys will be girls, it's a mixed up muddled up shook-up world...
especially when I read the News-Press....it appears that the editors at the News-Press printed an AP story but changed around the gender of the main character...the News-Press referred to Sharon Henry as a "he"..as a guy when in fact he was a she..a Sheila...a gal!!
says the News-Press: Mr. Henry's bad day began in March 2008 when she attempted to deposit a $27,500 check from her domestic partner, Kathleen Wilkinson, in her own account and withdraw $1,000.
so the News-Press recognizing that Sharon was a lesbo with a domestic partner simply did not approve of that arrangement and made Sharon into a guy by inserting "Mr" in front of her, I mean his, no... it's her name... yeah he's a she in reality
then Lola smiled and took me by the hand, and said little boy gonna make you a man...
so I had to go to the Santa Maria Times to get the correct version of the story:
A Northern California prosecutor must pay the attorney fees of a bank she sued after she was arrested in a case of mistaken identity.
The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals on Wednesday tossed out Sharon Henry's lawsuit, saying Bank of America employees called the police out of a reasonable belief that the San Mateo County deputy district attorney was trying to cash a bad check.
The court also said Henry must pay the $50,000 the bank spent on attorney fees because a judge found she was trying to stifle the bank's free speech rights by calling the police, according to The San Francisco Chronicle
Henry's bad day began in March 2008 when she attempted to deposit a $27,500 check from her domestic partner, Kathleen Wilkinson, in her own account and withdraw $1,000.
so be careful..some folks are not who they think they are or who they think others think they are..or perhaps should be
but...I'm secure in my sexuality... I know what I am and I'm glad I'm a man and so is Lola....
UPDATE: the News-Press issued a correction in Sunday's paper and STILL got the woman's name wrong!!
CORRECTION: A Saturday story about a Northern California prosecutor ordered to pay the attorney fees of a bank she sued after she was arrested in a case of mistaken identity included the wrong courtesy title for Cheryl Henry. She should have been referred to as Ms. Henry.
Wendy, Nipper and Don: I expect a correction of the correction on Monday...the gal's name is Sharon, not Cheryl...geez are you guys drunk again????