The NY Post reoports:
He thought he was a woman trapped in a man’s body — but it turns out he’s “just another boring straight guy.”He is an adult, so I guess no one can tell him what to do. We now have laws requiring schools to put up with this sort of silliness.
ABC News editor Don Ennis strolled into the newsroom in May wearing a little black dress and an auburn wig and announced he was transgender and splitting from his wife. He wanted to be called Dawn.
But now he says he suffered from a two-day bout of amnesia that has made him realize he wants to live his life again as Don. ...
“It became obvious this was not the case once I took off the bra — and discovered two reasons I was wearing one,” he said, referring to his hormone-induced breasts.
“I thought it was 1999 . . . and I was sure as hell that I was a man,” Ennis said in the e-mail titled “Not Reportable, Very Confirmed.”
“Fortunately, my memories of the last 14 years have since returned. But what did not return was my identity as Dawn,” said Ennis, who had been wearing lipstick, skirts and heels.
“I am writing to let you know I’m changing my name . . . to Don Ennis. That will be my name again, now and forever. And it appears I’m not transgender after all.
Here is a weird story:
A naked man who tried to steal a baby was stopped by a rush of citizens at a Gilroy restaurant, according to reports.This does not add up. I never heard of a naked man stealing a baby. If the man were really stealing the baby, then authorities would give the baby back to the mom. But CPS took the baby. My guess is that the naked man is the boyfriend of a crazy single mom, and that CPS is going to insist that she dump the boyfriend in order to get the baby back.
It happened outside the Longhouse Restaurant, near the intersection of Monterey and Howson streets, on Friday.
Police were called around 10:20 a.m., according to the San Jose Mercury News. They were alerted to the presence of a naked man who was acting odd, and carrying around an infant, according to the newspaper. The man's actions were described as "violent and erratic" -- which prompted restaurant patrons to jump into action before police could arrive.
"Fear" for the child's safety led restaurant customers to "wrestle" the man, 42-year-old John Anthony Ruiz of Los Banos, to the ground. He's now at a medical center where he's receiving "further treatment," the newspaper reported.
The boy, 6 months old, was taken into the custody of the Santa Clara County Department of Family and Children Services after police interviewed his mother, the newspaper reported.