Interview with Robert Finley
QUESTION 3
JUDY RICHARDSON:

If you could talk again about being at the bar and just give a sense that you know it's a neighborhood bar and you've had it since 1948 so people knew you.

ROBERT FINLEY:

I, ah, have been the operator of this bar for, since 1948 and during that time I've met many, many people, ah, both good, bad and ugly.And they have, ah, I can say the fact that I've been there 40 years, and at that time I'd been there over 20 years, I, as a result of my knowing as many people and, ah, I just became a part of the community and, ah, many people knew me, and as a result of this, I didn't have a single incident with any person during the entire period. I, ah, saw many of my, my favorite, my regular customers doing things that I was quite shocked at. But I found this, this generally happens, seems like, ah, when you have a particular incident happen, ah, people just to disregard all rules of society and I'm going out and do this thing. And they did it.