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List: San Francisco Reacts to Bin Laden's Death 

Wednesday, May 11 2011
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The excitement hasn't ebbed in the week since U.S. special forces killed Osama bin Laden. How has San Francisco reacted?

• Gavin Newsom claimed it was his idea

• Protesters vomited in Dolores Park

• The Bay Guardian blamed it on American foreign policy

• Willie Brown published a column claiming he had lunch with the guy who pulled the trigger

• The D.A.'s office announced they will investigate it as a hate crime

• Union spokesman Nathan Ballard pointed out that, with bin Laden dead, there is no more need for pension reform

• Muni celebrated by running extra late

• David Chiu wondered what was in it for him

• Thousands of pacifists secretly went to bed smiling

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