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Out for Himself At last, the question finally arises, "Why does anyone pay attention to Nicholson Baker?" The guy's a shameless self-promoter ("Card-Carrying Fetishist," Sept. 18). If city librarian Ken Dowlin were truly an "angel of death" out to destroy…
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Halfway House Party It's deja vu all over again for Potrero Hill neighborhood activists who want to keep the population at a local halfway house from nearly doubling. The facilty at 1234 Indiana St. was intended to house 96 nonviolent…
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Chemical Misprint Jack Boulware's article "The Electric Clearlight Acid Mess" (Aug. 21) was both interesting and informative. I must, however, point out one significant error. I assume the chemical structure on the cover and in the article is supposed to…
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Back to the Future Last week, SF Weekly warned that you might want to take pause before plunging your savings into the stock offering of Wired Ventures Inc. -- the parent company of Wired magazine (see "System Crashing," July 10).…
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The Check Isn't in the Mail You work hard and do your job well, but your boss never pays you on time. He tells you to borrow money. He gives you additional work. He won't have money to pay you…
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Editor Jack Shafer has announced his resignation from SF Weekly, effective June 1. Shafer leaves for Seattle to take a deputy editor position at Microsoft Corp.'s new on-line magazine, Slate. In the 15 months that he directed SF Weekly, Shafer…
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