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By David Keene
Conference showed that the values Reagan cherished still endure
Topic - Dayna Morales
Did you hear about the two gay dads whose daughter got a nasty rejection note for her tie-dye birthday party? Or the homophobic slurs written around an Ivy League college dorm? Or the two lesbians who came outside one day and found homophobic words spray-painted on their garage door?
Donations to the gay waitress in Bridgewater, N.J., who allegedly forged a hate note are being refunded, NBC 4 New York has reported.
A former Marine and waitress said that any donations she received after a customer allegedly left an anti-gay screed in lieu of a tip would go to the Wounded Warrior Project — but the organization has not been able to verify that she made good on her vow.
A family accused of leaving an anti-gay note in lieu of a tip to a lesbian waitress in New Jersey has produced a credit card statement to show they paid a tip, an NBC affiliate in New York reported.
A lesbian waitress and ex-Marine who caught national attention after a customer left her an anti-gay note instead of a tip has decided to give all the donations she's received since the incident to the Wounded Warrior Project.
Dayna Morales, who worked at Gallop Asian Bistro, made headlines last month after she claimed a customer left her a note reading, "I'm sorry but I cannot tip because I do not agree with your lifestyle."
when she said a couple left her an anti-gay message on a credit card slip instead of a tip.