Thanks, Selma, for pointing out that no one said she had a RIGHT to fame. My remarks may have been too cryptic. I blame the govt and the press for hyping her story. To the govt she makes a great poster girl for the military. To the press she was photogenic news (not only her looks, but being carried bravely on a stretcher). The hyped story made good reading. Truth is usually tweaked, at the very least, to make "news".
I'm with Stravinsky on not selling my life story, although I don't know if integrity is a big player in my case. I'm too used to getting along on a fixed income, and would be blown away by big bucks. Besides, would anyone want to see my sweet personality change? I think not!
As for my life story, itself, ZZZZZZZZZZzzzzzzz.
Better to read the life story of the REAL Shos