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  • Guillermo Caro
  • Amanda Keuler
  • Makenzie Marineau
  • Juan Carrillo
  • Tristan Bayer
  • Joshua Baker
  • Grant Collier

53 people think this is good

  • Guillermo Caro
  • Amanda Keuler
  • Makenzie Marineau
  • Juan Carrillo
  • Tristan Bayer
  • Joshua Baker
  • Grant Collier

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  • Donna Fuller

    community wise i think it's a great way to get people talking to each other again, let's just hope it doesn't turn into something else that ends up being shut down or ends up having to charge because of liscensing or taxes

  • April Greene

    I have to agree, Yasha. Plus, as Ryan explains in his interview, the public house won't be a typical bar—it'll be a family-friendly spot that serves food, encourages neighborly conversation, AND pours great local brews. Best of all worlds!

  • Ben Goldhirsh

    man oh man. I've been thinking for a while that GOOD should have a casino version of this.

    • Celeste Hamilton Dennis

      YES. I've also been on a kick for a while about how to use extreme couponing for good.

    • Dave Burdick

      The house always wins--and so do those in need!

      • Ben Goldhirsh

        yup. I guess that's basically the intention of all state run lottery's but maybe there's some holes there.

  • Yasha Wallin

    This is great. I'd feel much better about my drinking if I knew my money was going to charity while doing it :)