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News, Sucka Free City Exhibitionist A: Meet Rusty Mills, Legal Cock-Ring Expert

Exhibitionist A: Meet Rusty Mills, Legal Cock-Ring Expert

Amazing scenes were witnessed in a San Francisco courtroom last week, when failed nudist Richard Sierra wept in joy after being exonerated of charges that would have rendered him a sex offender. Sierra's botched attempt at exhibitionism was highlighted by…
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News, The Snitch Mayor Ed Lee, Candidates Use Cesar Chavez Day as a Chance to Schmooze

Mayor Ed Lee, Candidates Use Cesar Chavez Day as a Chance to Schmooze

Politicos rolled out of bed early Thursday morning to make an appearance at the  8 a.m. Cesar Chavez Day breakfast in the Mission. They munched on $60 plates of eggs, frijoles, and tortillas to benefit the upcoming Cesar Chavez Parade…
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News, The Snitch San Francisco's Campaign Finance Laws Are Complex. Eluding Them? That's More Simple.

San Francisco's Campaign Finance Laws Are Complex. Eluding Them? That's More Simple.

San Francisco's campaign finance rules are so beastly complex that professional treasurers with decades of experience have been known to drive sharpened pencils through their palms in fits of desperation. Yet eluding these Byzantine laws need not require the greatest…
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News, Sucka Free City

Bar Association gives its qualified support for judge

If ABC News were covering local elections, George Stephanopoulos might have already called the San Francisco judicial race for the incumbent, Superior Court Judge Thomas Mellon Jr. Last week, the Bar Association of San Francisco named Mellon the only qualified…
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News, Sucka Free City

Poll suggests runoff likely in judicial race

The three-way race for a spot on the San Francisco Superior Court hasn't made much of a splash so far — probably because voters are more interested in the three-way race for the White House. That's legit. But even by…
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News, The Snitch Sandoval to SF: Lose the Booze

Sandoval to SF: Lose the Booze

An Examiner article reports today that Supervisor Gerardo Sandoval would like to see the number of liquor stores opened in San Francisco reduced. A proposed measure would ban new stores from opening within 500 feet of another store, a school,…
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News, Sucka Free City Termed-out Supervisor Gerardo Sandoval running for judge?

Termed-out Supervisor Gerardo Sandoval running for judge?

During the holiday season, it didn't go unnoticed that termed-out District 11 Supervisor Gerardo Sandoval was making the rounds at parties all over town. To paraphrase one City Hall wag, no politician goes to that many events unless he's running…
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News, The Snitch

Who do you trust less to run your transit system? MUNI, or the City?

Raise your hand if you’ve been stuck on MUNI lately. I know, I know -- that many hands being raised that fast can cause accidents. It was irresponsible of me. But it illustrates the point: we’re all in this together.…
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News, Matt Smith

Year of the Blockhead

As I look back happily on 2006, the year Bay Area residents were taken for fools, I notice changes that sort of crept up on me. Early last week I was up until 11 p.m. browsing for grainy videos of…
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News, The Apologist

Extra Credit

Arlene Ackerman, who became superintendent of the San Francisco Unified School District in 2000, announced last fall that she would be leaving her post at the end of this year because her strained relationship with several Board of Education members…
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News, Matt Smith

Tilting at Political Windmills

There are attorneys who, after impoverishing and humiliating a prominent client, aggrandizing a sworn enemy, and spending $19,000 out of their own pocket to help pay for the whole mess, might call it a day and move along to other…
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News, Matt Smith

Reeferzilla Meets NIMBY-Ra

Since the dawn of consciousness, mankind has pondered the Big Questions. Godzilla versus Mothra? Jesus versus Santa? Cheech & Chong versus Willy Wonka? Last Thursday, 140 San Franciscans packed a City Hall committee meeting to consider the greatest outcome puzzle…
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News, Dog Bites

Dog Bites

The Changing of the Guard Goodness, but City Hall was festive Monday. Dog Bites, who'd arrived a couple of hours early in hopes of securing a seat for the inaugural meeting of the new Board of Supervisors, strolled the halls,…
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Dog Bites

A Few Modest Proposals We've been fighting this cold that's going around for a couple of weeks now -- special thanks to everyone who's coughed or sneezed on us during that time; we really appreciate it -- and we're kind…
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Dog Bites

The Silly Season We just can't focus on anything. There's way too much going on this week; even if we didn't already suffer from what we think must be a mild case of attention deficit disorder we would be overwhelmed…
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News, Letters

Letters to the Editor

The High Cost of Low-Cost Housing Have Mercy: Irresponsible journalism not only harms the "target" but the community which it is trying to help. So was the case in your recently misguided article on affordable housing ("The Affordable Housing Disaster,"…
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Dog Bites

In Space, Nobody Can Hear You Scream You just never know when terror will strike. Sometimes you think you're heading out for a pleasant -- or at least informative -- evening, and then, well... Thursday night Dog Bites dropped by…
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