4 thoughts on “With High Spirits, Bartenders Raise $30K for Harvey Relief

  1. Yeah, thanks, Bartenders….after you kill & maim millions of drunk drivers all with the blessings of our money-driven laws that let you make money killing people who leave your bars drunk.
    Thanks, BarTenders and Bar Owners and our Republican Lege.

    • To Myfe Moore,
      I think your comment is as confused as you are. I’d say let’s break it down line by line, but the its just one run on sentence, so I’ll address as a whole. I am a bartender who participated in this event and would love to know how raising 30000 dollars for a hurricane relief fund and drunk driving have anything to do with each other. Furthermore, I’d love to know how bartending has anything to do with the killing and maiming of drunk drivers. I, as well as every bartender that I know, are well aware of the responsibility I have to not over serve and to try and prevent people from getting into a vehicle if they have had too much to drink. However there is only so much we can do to prevent this from happening anyway. You blaming a bartender for drunk driving is like you blaming a fast food worker for heart disease, it doesn’t make sense. Lastly, this event had no political ties whatsoever, just a group people trying to help their community. If you have a problem with alchohol legislation you should contact your congressman.

      Thank you,
      Haleigh Guillory

    • To Myfe Moore,

      I think your comment is as confused as you are. I’d say let’s break it down line by line, but the its just one run on sentence, so I’ll address as a whole. I am a bartender who participated in this event and would love to know how raising 30000 dollars for a hurricane relief fund and drunk driving have anything to do with each other. Furthermore, I’d love to know how bartending has anything to do with the killing and maiming of drunk drivers. I, as well as every bartender that I know, are well aware of the responsibility I have to not over serve and to try and prevent people from getting into a vehicle if they have had too much to drink. However there is only so much we can do to prevent this from happening anyway. You blaming a bartender for drunk driving is like you blaming a fast food worker for heart disease, it doesn’t make sense. Lastly, this event had no political ties whatsoever, just a group people trying to help their community. If you have a problem with alcohol legislation you should contact your congressman.
      Thank you,
      Haleigh Guillory

    • Myfe Moore…maybe you had too many while writing this incoherent rambling. Day drink much??? They raised more money than you probably make annually for a great cause during stressful times, and here you are trying to bash people. Get a life!

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