This Is Broken – Bank of America jailing a customer

“Matthew Shinnick dropped by a Bank of America branch in San Francisco to make sure a check he was about to deposit wasn’t fraudulent. The teller found that the check was fraudulent and told the manager, who then had Shinnick thrown in jail.”

This Is Broken – Bank of America jailing a customer

Holy crap:

Matthew Shinnick dropped by a Bank of America branch in San Francisco to make sure a check he was about to deposit wasn’t fraudulent. The teller found that the check was fraudulent and told the manager, who then had Shinnick thrown in jail.

Are you getting this right? The customer who wanted to make sure he wasn’t about to draw on a fraudulent check, got thrown in jail by Bank of America.

Follow the link to get the full story, and if you have a BOA account – close it now. This sort of behavior is simply unacceptable!!

No Relation to Reality

Scary stuff about how some people see the world.

The last line of this exchange says it all:

Interviewer: Is the girl asked whether she wants to be circumcised or not?
Dr. Muhammad Wahdan: No. We ask the doctor, who makes the decision.
Dr. Malika Zarrar: God help us.
Interviewer: So what about the girl’s opinion?
Dr. Muhammad Wahdan: What do you mean?
Interviewer: What if she says: I don’t want to be circumcised. What happens then?
Dr. Muhammad Wahdan: If a girl says she doesn’t want it, she’s free. No problem.
Interviewer: Is this what happens in reality?
Dr. Muhammad Wahdan: I have no relation to reality. I am talking about how things should be.
Interviewer: You are a religious sheik, from Al-Azahar University. You cannot say you have no relation to reality.
Dr. Muhammad Wahdan: Reality is a mistake, we must rectify it.

Riiiight.

I think we can all agree on this:

Psychiatrists generally refers [sic] to this state as “psychotic” and “delusional”.

Psychotic, indeed.

Instapundit.com – Valentine’s Day Thoughts on Marriage

This of course is a link to a link to an article about something, but what the heck, why not spread the love?

Instapundit.com – Valentine’s Day Thoughts on Marriage

This of course is a link to a link to an article about something, but what the heck, why not spread the love?

Anyway – getting back to it – this is a good article, and a very good read for anyone, no matter what side of the marriage “argument” (if I may use the term) you might be on. Good stuff.