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  • Kind of in poor taste…

  • this is peak white hipster gentrification right here, but people should remember that they did a Biden quote series prior to this. if I were them, I’d quietly move to another quote source. I don’t think there is malicious intent, but it is totally tone-deaf.

  • Just bad taste, not a good way to interact with local neighborhood.

    • Probably not. I lived on that block for four years. My former neighbors would actually probably appreciate a quote from MB.

  • Give me a break. Any political leader = fair game. Blind dog has great sandwiches and cider. I hope they keep their character when the block wholefoodifies.

    BTW, not to hijack, but I heard they were meeting a few weeks ago to (yet again…) discuss the fate of WF, but I missed the follow up. Anyone know the outcome of that meeting?

    • +1. Especially because it becomes Darrells at night- not exactly the “gentrification” clientele we want to assign to blind dog.

  • As someone who can see how one may be offended fairly easily (even when I don’t agree) I fail to see what’s offensive about a quote from a local politician.

  • Does this mean you can roll into the Blind Dog call the bartender over and say “bitch, set me up…With a pint of IPA and a Courvoisier back.”

  • I like it… it’s funny. For better or worse, Barry is and forever will be a part of DC’s history. It’s not worth being offended by…

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