From today's (2/7) Washington Post, in the Reliable Source section: "Whoops! Top Obama adviser Valerie Jarrett mistook a four-star general for a waiter and ordered a glass of wine from him at the annual Alfalfa Club dinner last week. CNN on Sunday ID'd the officer as Army Gen. Peter Chiarelli after a Daily Caller story described the incident without naming him; the general told CNN no hard feelings, it coulda happened to anyone: "She was sitting, I was standing and walking behind her and all she saw were the two stripes on my pants which were almost identical to the waiter's pants." Oh, and he did bring her that glass of wine. " Clearly, she didn't look up, as I imagine the 4-star would have had a chestful of war candy. Sounds like he handled it with class. I expect any of us who have worn a uniform have some stories to tell. I was in Navy Service Dress Blue at Reagan National Airport, and no, it wasn't the old airline pilot confusion, but someone who was sure I was with Customs and wanted to yell at me about something Customs had done. I had to find an Airport Security Officer to get her away from me.