Pub owner touched by community support after fire

Sep 5, 2012 Full story: Charleston Daily Mail 32

Friends and community members signed this poster board during a fundraiser held for Maloney's Pub earlier this year.

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“Don't Start Rumors!”

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#21 Sep 24, 2012
Well if anyone would ever be FORCED to support a watering hole, we would just have to start another topic about that.HeHe
But it does make one ponder where their hearts and priorities truly fall.
Guess if i had to pick and choose where my support went, it probably would have gone to a family in need and i could have watched that ballgame at home. Oh well. All is good.
My thoughts

Philippi, WV

#22 Sep 24, 2012
Mudd,
Why dont you help me? I have been assisting my son and his family due to being laid off from the mines.
Why don't you put your money where you believe it should go. Send it to me and I will forward it to the boy and his family. They are a family in need.
Before you say it, I have supported many families in need as well as my favorite watering hole. lol
half

Lewisburg, WV

#23 Sep 24, 2012
DrMUDD wrote:
Well if anyone would ever be FORCED to support a watering hole, we would just have to start another topic about that.HeHe
But it does make one ponder where their hearts and priorities truly fall.
Guess if i had to pick and choose where my support went, it probably would have gone to a family in need and i could have watched that ballgame at home. Oh well. All is good.
Thats america you do what you want I do what I want....I dont worry
about what you do and you dont worry about what I do.....I supported
the pub owner because he is a local guy trying hard to make a business work I enjoy his place and wanted him to reopen...
sville

Charleston, WV

#24 Sep 27, 2012
what i think is sad is no one has said thank you to the fire dept for having a quick reponse and saving that building along with multiple other buildings that night.
Bar

Summersville, WV

#26 Oct 1, 2012
Abc wrote:
I wonder how many of you also know it's a gay bar...you always see two or three guys going into the bathroom together being all touchy feely...eww
If this is something you "know" and you are quoted as saying you see it "all the time", what makes you keep going back? Are you gay??
bee bee

Charleston, WV

#27 Oct 1, 2012
Abc wrote:
I wonder how many of you also know it's a gay bar...you always see two or three guys going into the bathroom together being all touchy feely...eww
That would be called "drug dealing".
for your beezwax

Summersville, WV

#28 Oct 3, 2012
bee bee wrote:
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That would be called "drug dealing".
To quote on your comment, if that was indeed the case it wouldnt be drug dealing. It would be drug "doing."
Mountaineer

Huntington, WV

#29 Oct 13, 2012
DrMUDD wrote:
Then again we all know how "Bail-outs" go in America dont we? The poor guy or a small struggling and needed business in the community doesnt qualify for those kinds of things. Oh well, sometimes you CAN read and judge a book by its cover i guess.
Bailouts are conducted by the government spending tax money much different
Than this situation people spent their own dollars ......and a business is no required to have insurance
Insurance is a product just like a car or a loaf of bread. It is the consumers choice.

Try not to be such a judgmental prick..

“Don't Start Rumors!”

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#30 Oct 13, 2012
Mountaineer wrote:
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Bailouts are conducted by the government spending tax money much different
Than this situation people spent their own dollars ......and a business is no required to have insurance
Insurance is a product just like a car or a loaf of bread. It is the consumers choice.
Try not to be such a judgmental prick..
A PRICK would be someone who helps rebuild a BAR instead of the neighbors house that also burnt down.
Mountaineer

Huntington, WV

#31 Oct 13, 2012
DrMUDD wrote:
<quoted text>A PRICK would be someone who helps rebuild a BAR instead of the neighbors house that also burnt down.
Are neighbors not required to have homeowners insurance
yes to coal

Summersville, WV

#32 Oct 13, 2012
Dr. Mudd, I never agree with you but this time I must. Bill Bright owns the building and had to pay for repairs and I understand (the pub) did have insurance (but if he didn't that's his fault)
The pub owner made out like a bandit. I know people most certainly can give to who they want, but like you when I saw families at that same time lose everything in a fire I had to give to them and not the pub owner who would have built back with or without the people help. I went in to eat their with 10 girlfriends way before the fire and he would not even give us a senior discount. At least I'm glad he was glad so many people helped him out.

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#33 Oct 13, 2012
Mountaineer wrote:
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Are neighbors not required to have homeowners insurance
If a home is paid for you are not required to carry it even though you should. Some people cant afford it.

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