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In the Company of Angels Choose one: This reader recently had a bad experience with A) a pretty woman, B) a job recruiter, C) A and B: Although it clearly was not his intent, Jeremy Mullman's profile on TecHunters ("Rikke's…
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Wednesday, May 2 SF Weekly publishes a story headlined "Smoking Gun," about recently uncovered documents showing that tobacco company R.J. Reynolds developed a "subculture urban marketing" campaign targeting San Francisco gays and homeless people. Its name: Project SCUM. Asked how…
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Girls Just Wanna Crush BonesAwesome!!! I have been in the Society for Creative Anachronism for more than two years, and that is the best article I have ever seen written about us ("Past Perfect," Night Crawler, April 5)! It was…
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Interview with Tom Ammiano

SF Weekly staff writer Joel P. Engardio interviewed mayoral candidate Tom Ammiano in the private upstairs dining room of Chinatown Restaurant, 744 Washington Street, at 1:30 p.m. Friday, November 19, 1999. Ammiano was waiting for a press conference to begin…
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Transsexual Torture The issues raised in Joel Engardio's article "Torture of a Transsexual" (July 7) are poignant and essential to our humanity. Set aside the issue that lack of equal opportunity made Amanda DuValle a felon in the eyes of…
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Nursing Home Tragedies Thank you for the incisive, accurate, and heart-rending article by Matt Smith on the Mill Valley nursing home ("Diagnosis: Eviction," June 9). After caring for her at home for five years, it was there that my mother…
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A Hoax Is a Hoax I used to live in San Francisco and like to keep up with the "goings on." I think your idea for that prank was hilarious, and wish I could have been there ("Wag the Mission,"…
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Bluesman's Tribute Your Paul Pena cover blew my f'ing mind ("Bluesman's Blues," April 21). In 1969, I was a college dropout living with my girlfriend in Worcester, Mass., hanging out with students at Clark U. Some friends of friends knew…
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