November 26, 2013

Just do what they do at colleges

Y'know, even though the story is made up, just state Hillary Clinton-like "What difference does it make?" Hate exists in this world and it's entirely plausible that this could happen!

Did gay NJ server concoct denied tip story?

A gay waitress claimed a couple left her no tip and scrawled a message on their receipt stating Im sorry but I cannot tip because I do not agree with your lifestyle. However, the couple in question has produced the receipt and their credit card bill which shows they did indeed tip the server -- fairly well, too, in fact.

The server, Dayna Morales, sent a "copy" of the receipt to the organization Have A Gay Day, which promptly posted it on their Facebook page. Morales then got national attention ... not to mention over $2,000 worth of "tips." But when confronted with the actual receipt by a local news organization, Morales said "That's not my handwriting," she said. "I don't know."

"I don't know"??

It's not as if this sort of thing doesn't happen. And when ferreted out, a common retort is "Well, we know this happens, so it's important to bring the issue to the fore and deal with it."

Right.

RELATED (via Insty): A similar instance from almost a month ago.

Posted by Hube at November 26, 2013 04:46 PM | TrackBack

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Wouldn't surprise me if it was faked. Faked hate crimes are common, but like you said, instead of condemning the idiots who perpetrate these frauds, it still "highlights important issues" and is a "teachable moment."

Posted by: Carl at November 26, 2013 05:21 PM

Oops, I should've worded that differently. Progressives usually say that.

Posted by: Carl at November 26, 2013 05:22 PM

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