DETROIT - Lady Gaga was in the "Motor City" taking a tour of one of the city's two carburetor plants.
Ever since she was a little girl growing up in New York City, Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta had always, for some strange unknown reason, been fascinated with automobile carburetors.
As early as the second grade while attending New York City's PS-90387214, she would sit and draw pictures of carburetors.
All of the other little girls were drawing dolls, rainbows, puppies, and cookies, but "Little Ga," as she was known back then, would be busy drawing carburetors.
Even the little boys in her class were not drawing carburetors, they were busy drawing cowboys, Indians, trucks, AK-47s, and girls in their early 20s with no tops.
And as she got older and added a secondary "Ga" to her name she dropped the carburetor phase and began drawing things of a musical nature such as guitars, tambourines, accordions, maracas, and glockenspiels.
She soon moved on from that to drawing exotic clothing items such as blouses made out of macaroni, skirts made out of hot dog buns, dresses made from Reuben Sandwiches, and underwear made from discarded banana peels.
And then she became a famous singer who took the name Lady Gaga. She divulged that the Lady part came from the famous horsewoman Lady Godiva and that the Gaga came from the alphabet.
But last week Lady Gaga received a letter in the mail from the attorney representing The Lady Gaga Day Care Center in Hackensack, New Jersey.
Totem Merklinger, with the Boston law firm of Scilmazel, Yellowcastle & Merklinger has stated that his client The Lady Gaga Day Care Center located at 9998 Upper 9th Road is suing the singer known as Lady Gaga for illegal use and ipso infringement thereof of their facsimile business name in the amount of $83 million.
Lady Gaga's lawyer Bobby Foonballoon of Biloxi, Mississippi, has discussed the matter at length with his client Miss Germanotta and with Totem Merklinger and that Merlinger's client has agreed to drop the $83 million lawsuit if Lady Gaga agrees to drop one of the "Ga's" from the name Gaga.
When Mr. Foonballoon asked which of the "Ga's" they preferred she drop they replied the second one.
So now the singer formerly known as Lady Gaga will now be known as Lady Ga.
One interesting note in the matter. Attorney Merklinger has made it known that his client is willing to relax the settlement a little bit and will agree to allow Lady Ga to use the name Lady Gaga if she so wishes, but with the understanding that when she does use it in whatever venue, whether it be on CD's, posters, T-shirts, music videos, or whatever she will agree to 'donate' to The Lady Gaga Day Care Center the sum of $400 per incident.
USA DAYBREAK reported that Lady Gaga was so thrilled upon hearing the news of the Pro Facto Quid Quo Relaxatationary Clause that she said that she plans on scheduling a little mini-concert for all the little kids at The Lady Gaga Day Care Center on Easter Sunday.