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Wednesday, Jun 16 2010
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What has changed after last week's election?

• Meg Whitman's governorship will arrive in six months, unless she wants to pay for faster shipping

• PG&E will pass on $46 million in expenses to its customers

• Jerry Brown's biggest opponent remains Jerry Brown

• We'll never stop saying "demon sheep"

• Gavin Newsom has proven that the road to settling for lieutenant governor runs through Twitter

• The primary system will go from being screwed up in a way everybody understands to being screwed up in a way nobody understands

• Now that Chris Kelly has lost the nomination for attorney general, Facebook's privacy settings will return to exposing your ass

• Kamala Harris will pay even less attention to S.F.'s crime lab

• The 49ers are now somebody else's problem

• Two-thirds of California voters have established that the state can govern itself without them

• San Francisco will finally pretend to undertake the seismic retrofitting it so desperately needs

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