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Evidence that the hard-core San Francisco Giant fans are still boycotting the team arrived over the weekend as the Giants hosted the despised Los Angeles Dodgers. In days of yore, anyone wearing Dodger blue in Candlestick Park or attempting to root out loud for O'Malley's Maggots risked getting a fist in the face. But Dodger fans were so visible and audible during the four-game S.F. stand they almost made Nomo and his teammates the home team. ... The Guggenheim and Whitney display only about 2 percent of their collections; the New York's Museum of Modern Art shows less than 1 percent of its 78,000 items. Meanwhile in San Francisco, museum wannabe SFMOMA has on display 10 percent of its permanent collection of 15,000 pieces. ... Seen and heard in Noe Valley -- a homeless person miming a cellular phone with his thumb and pinkie: "And thanks for caring enough to call collect.


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