Ice Cream Shoppe Owner Still Full Of Hate

Ice Cream Shoppe Awning

Gary Ozuna allegedly called the customer a “Nazi Redneck Bitch”. And I wonder if he has a license to play copyrighted material in public?

“I politely said, ‘$26 seems like an awful lot to me, are you sure that is correct?’” Raph said.

Ozuna calculated the amount again and came up with the same figure. “He said ‘Yep, $26. That’s what it is,’” according to Raph.“I said, ‘OK, at these prices it would be really nice to get a local’s discount because we have lived here for 20 years,” said Raph, 54. “I didn’t think it was too much to mention.”

With Led Zeppelin music playing on the shop’s speakers in the background, Raph said, Ozuna responded by saying,
‘Well, you can thank George Bush and Dick Cheney, the Nazis, for that,’” she recounted.

Ice Cream Shoppe Owner Still Full Of Hate

Liberals Circle the Wagons in Butterfly Town USA

(American Chronicle)
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Interesting viewpoint that is not normally found..

I located Sgt. Williams, and he told me the name of the eatery, that it was an ice cream shop and he had been called a “baby killer” by the owner. Professor Toro´s column was carefully crafted to not disclose the exact nature of the eatery, and my e-mail to the columnist asking for the business´s name was never answered.

So the liberal local press and Chamber of Commerce are circling the wagons to protect the ice cream shop owner mostly from himself, I suspect. The owner needs sensitivity training on how to treat soldiers the same way liberals would have conservatives do when they say something politically incorrect about minorities, gays or militant Muslims.

Liberals Circle the Wagons in Butterfly Town USA

Ice Cream Shoppe Owner Denies Accusing Soldiers

The store is a shrine to the far left leaning views of the owner – what do you expect?

Ice Cream Shoppe Awning

Ozuna has a very different account of what happened that day. “Those are all lies,” he said, after reading a Monterey County Herald report of the incident.

This week, the parties told The Pine Cone very different accounts of what transpired that Veteran’s Day.

Derek Williams, who served in Iraq from November 2006 to November 2007, said that as they were leaving the shop, he heard Ozuna say he didn’t want to serve military personnel. Derek then told his wife, who confronted the shop owner.

“I turned around and said, ‘Excuse me, what did you say to us?’” Courtney Williams said. “And he said, ‘I wasn’t speaking to you, I was speaking to my customers.’”

“Semi-heated” words were then exchanged, the Williamses said.

“I kind of went off on a tangent,” said Courtney Williams, who is studying Arabic. “I said he [Ozuna] wouldn’t have his freedom if it wasn’t for my husband. It kind of hit a soft spot in me.”

At some point during the exchange, the couple said Ozuna included their daughter in the argument.

“He said we were baby killers and murderers,” Derek Williams recalled. “And that we were raising the next generation of killers.”

“I couldn’t believe this guy was attacking us in broad daylight in front of customers,” Courtney Williams said.

Ice Cream Shoppe Owner Denies Accusing Soldiers

Ice Cream Shoppe Claims Anxiety, But Business Had Doubled

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Gary Ozuna, owner of the Ice Cream Shoppe in Pacific Grove, says he has been losing his appetite and sleep because of anxiety stemming from publicity over what he considers “a private conversation that happened two months ago” in his business.

Signs in his window advertise a free ice cream cone for servicemen and women, and that military personnel are welcome.

Since the incident, Ozuna said, he has seen a lot of students from DLI come through the door and his business has doubled.

Ice Cream Shoppe Claims Anxiety, But Business Had Doubled

We Don’t Serve Your Kind Shoppe Sets Off Flurry Of Spin Doctors

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Soldier Darrick Williams, who was unavailable for comment Monday, told the Pacific Grove Chamber of Commerce that he and his wife walked into the Ice Cream Shoppe — formerly known as Rocky Coast Ice Cream — on Lighthouse Avenue but decided to leave when they noticed the ice cream was over their budget.

As they were leaving, Williams was allegedly told by the store’s owner that he wouldn’t serve soldiers at his business, and the two exchanged words, Pacific Grove Chamber of Commerce President Moe Ammar told KSBW Action News 8.

“He was referring to the fact that this guy is a soldier and this specific owner has anti-war, anti-Bush sentiments and these have been expressed in the location,” Ammar said.

The incident has spurred an uproar, with some residents writing letters to the editors of local newspapers and others boycotting all Pacific Grove restaurants until the location of the dispute was revealed.

The Chamber of Commerce said that pro DLI groups are planning to boycott the ice cream shop next week.

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We Don’t Serve Your Kind Shoppe Sets Off Flurry Of Spin Doctors

P.G. Business Tells Army Sargent “We Don’t Serve Your Kind”

A soldier at the Presidio of Monterey got a taste of that attitude on Veterans Day in Pacific Grove this year. As he and his wife were leaving a business establishment, they were told, “We don’t serve your kind around here.”

Army Sgt. Derek Williams, who is studying Spanish at the Defense Language Institute, is just back from a combat tour in Iraq with the 504th Military Intelligence Battalion.

Ice Cream Shoppe

It’s the Ice Cream Shoppe on Lighthouse. The place is a shrine to the anti-Bush types.

P.G. BusinessTells Army Sargent “We Don’t Serve Your Kind”