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Letter: Draper University of Heroes
June 17, 2013, 05:00 AM

Editor,

I read with particular interest the article following the Draper University of Heroes in downtown San Mateo (“Bang with Friends gets a Boost” in the June 13 edition of the Daily Journal). I was kind of hoping the “think tank” nature of helping smart entrepreneurs develop startups might include a few businesses to solve some of our more sophisticated social and financial challenges. Perhaps these are yet to come. However, the article prominently featured an idea spawned by three young drunk fellows who posited whether they thought most guys wanted to hook up first, rather than date. I’m not sure this is a problem we didn’t already know the answer to. In the future, would you mind including more substantive and interesting ideas being fostered by this innovative program?

Barbara Venook

Millbrae

 

 

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