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Monday, 17 August 2009

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"She Got Leg, And She Knows How To Use It!"

Heather Mills, whom everyone knows lost a leg in a motorcycle accident, was recently turned down for a special parking permit in New York City.

When questioned, New York officials stated that parking space is very hard to get in New York City, noting that the former wife of Sir Paul McCartney has been seen on television by millions on the popular show, "Dancing With The Stars".

"This should not cause them to withhold a parking permit", Heather reportedly told the city officials she went to see. I may be able to dance and try to overcome my handicap some but that does not mean that I should be treated different than any others who have virtually given up."

She also pointed out that without a handicapped parking permit, she usually wound up near stairs to climb, which do give her trouble.

"What am I supposed top do, grow another leg?"

Heather, who's not one to dodge a protest, says that the NYC Council will be hearing from her attorney.

Imagine how she'll feel when she learns that Sir Paul McCartney had a reserved parking space for his Limo when he did a show to help open the Mets new stadium and may be scheduled to appear at the Yankees new stadium, if a scheduling conflict can be settled, in September.

Want to bet that she won't be there?

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