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Wake N’ Blog For June 2nd: School Superintendent Tries To Get Female Principal To Participate In The Lowest Form Of Male Ritual, Complaint Is Filed

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MLB Baseball Roundup. Roy Oswalt struck out eight and a two-run homer by Carlos Lee gave Houston a 4-1 win over Colorado. Chase Utley and Ryan Howard hit back-to-back home runs in the fifth inning as Philadelphia beat San Diego 5-2. Rich Hill went seven innings as Baltimore blanked Seattle 1-0. [MLB.com Scoreboard]

French Open. Despite being aware that his arch-nemesis Rafael Nadal is out of the tournament, Roger Federer stumbled, dropping the first two sets of his match against Tommy Haas, yet held on to win 6-7, 5-7, 6-4, 6-0, 6-2. American Andy Roddick lost to Gael Monfils is straight sets and on the women’s side, Serena Williams finally had an easy match, dispatching Aleksandra Wozniak in straight sets 6-1, 6-2. [Yahoo!]

In some countries, refusing to participate in a high five is an offense punishable by death. I don’t know if that’s true, but some homeless guy told me that once. In any event, Lorenzo Garcia, school superintendent in the El Paso area, wanted to give school principals high fives for the schools’ state test scores, everyone obliged, except for one: Barron Elementary School principal Mary Helen Lechuga. So Garcia did the sensible thing: he tapped her on the forehead. Ms. Lechuga was not too fond of the move and has filed a complaint with the police, claiming she felt pain and wasn’t sure what he was going to do next. Come on, we all know what he would have done had she participated in the high five: he would have expected some skin on the flip side and that, my friends, should get you locked up for 90 days minimum. [Yahoo!/AP]