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Friday, December 3, 2010

'Girls of KUSF' Holiday Calendar Preview -- 'Hot' Photos!

Posted By on Fri, Dec 3, 2010 at 2:15 PM

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NSFW, but for all the wrong reasons
KUSF, the radio station associated with the Jesuit college on Fulton Street, has issued their annual "Girls of KUSF" calendar. Like so many college radio stations, KUSF was long ago hijacked by radio geeks who have little to do with the university. So buyers will not exactly be feasting on hot coed cheesecake.

"Anybody who would find this calendar prurient or arousing -- they need psychological counseling," explains 47-year-old KUSF deejay "Ted," who appears in the calendar wearing a purple-and-gold sequined majorette's uniform topped with a pink valentine baseball cap.

Notwithstanding, we urge readers to buy the $21 calendar anyway, to help

support amateur deejays who might not otherwise have a place to

volunteer. Besides, some of the photos aren't bad. Really.

In a worldwide exclusive, SF Weekly debuts the calendar babes and dudes in an online photo gallery. Feast your eyes, boys and girls.

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