Main Street, Watertwown, MA
After this week's horrific events at the Marathon, many people are been asking each other at work and elsewhere: "is it really possible to prevent this?" I've heard people on talk radio calling in blaming the police..others saying it's not anyone's fault...others saying they will never go to another public event...still others saying this will not prevent them from going to special events where there are large crowds..
How do you feel about this? Do you believe there is a way that we can protect ourselves from this type of random, heinous attack? If so, how? If not, will you still attend events like marathons, sporting events, special events like the 4th of July on the Esplanade, etc?
Hope to see you there, and perhaps we can also discuss how to possibly help the victims and their families, as a group.
PS/ To encourage a lively discussion, I hope that there will be at least 5-6 of us...if there are less than 4 people attending I will most likely postpone or cancel this event.
I started the group because there wasn't any other type of group like this. I've met some great folks in the group who have become close friends and have also met some amazing business owners.
— Bill, started New York City Gay Craft Beer Lovers