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    SF Weekly Letters For August 11 - 17, 2016

    Gimme More: Before you write an article like this ("Why 30 North Korean Defectors Were in San Francisco," Kathleen Richards, 8/3/16), supporting the position of a woman who has routinely defended the atrocities of the most brutal regime on the…
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    SF Weekly Letters For August 4 - 10, 2016

    Be Weary: Blind belief in science as the truth is just as dangerous as belief in god or anything else ("Third Eye Blind Designed a Politically-Charged T-Shirt And Will Donate The Proceeds To Hillary Clinton's Campaign," All Shook Down, Jessie…
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    SF Weekly Letters For July 28 - August 3, 2016

    Pokedon't: I'm worried about this generation, but I guess so did parents back in 70's and 80's ("Pokemon in the Age of Distraction," Max DeNike, 7/20/16). Adeline Crospy via Facebook Sad Sad World: You really just have to pity these…
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    SF Weekly Letters For July 21 - 27, 2016

    Message is clear: It's absolutely astounding that San Francisco does not already have a text-to-911 capability! ("Texting 911, Max DeNike, 7/14/16) Let's see, $9 BILLION annual budget. Check. $50,000,000 a year in OVERTIME for SFFD. Check. Same for cops. $265,000,000…
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    SF Weekly Letters For July 14 - 20, 2016

    Blue Blood: How about a gathering to honor and grieve the loss of innocent Dallas policemen ("Police Protest Planned Tonight in SF?" The Snitch, Max DeNike, 7/8/16)? Each encounter (police intervention) must be evaluated individually and without presumption of racial…
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    SF Weekly Letters For July 7 - 13, 2016

    Homelessness Anti-Hero: He did so much damage to our society ("The Great Eliminator: How Ronald Reagan Made Homelessness Permanent," Chris Roberts, 6/29/16). And we are still paying dearly for his misguidance... Also he was behind Proposition 13 that has basically…
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    SF Weekly Letters For June 30 - July 6, 2016

    That sleeping feeling: This is one of those areas where the general public shoots itself in the foot with its own outrage ("'Sleeper Hold, Cops Shooting at Cars Central to Dispute Over S.F. Use of Force Policy," Chris Roberts, The…
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    SF Weekly Letters For June 23 - 29, 2016

    One of these men is not like the other: Well, let's see. ("Ayesha Curry Was Right: Her Father Looks Nothing Like This Con Artist," Chris Roberts, The Snitch, 6/17/16). Two eyebrows, check. A nose, check. A forehead, check. OMG, it…
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    SF Weekly Letters For June 16 - 22, 2016

    Cop stats matter: Maybe he can turn more criminals loose and refuse to prosecute even more laws in S.F. ("Beyond The Law: District Attorney George Gascón's threat to San Francisco's business as usual, Chris Roberts, 6/9/16). Looks like a good…
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    SF Weekly Letters For June 9 - 15, 2016

    TRUMP STAKES Making San Jose protest again: Something is really wrong with our country when this kind of behavior is done by white people and it's ok, but when anyone Not White or Not Trump does it, it's time for…
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    SF Weekly Letters For June 2 - 8, 2016

    No cash for grass for that ass: The Dolores Park fiasco is a preview of things to come for our parks ("Hands Off My Grass," Chris Roberts, Sucka Free City, 5/26/16). After the Dolores Park story broke, at least two…
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    SF Weekly Letters For May 26 - June 1, 2016

    Response to latest fatal police shooting: The SFPD-CIT Mental Health Working Group, the group that trains SFPD officers in crisis de-escalation, had a meeting scheduled with former police Chief Greg Suhr, a meeting now postponed ("Police Shoot, Kill Female Auto…
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    SF Weekly Letters For May 19 - 25, 2016

    MO' HILLARY, MO' PROBLEMS I'm without her: I find your column regarding Hillary Rodham Clinton bizarrely clueless ("Running Up That Hill," The Whore Next Door, 5/12/16). Eight years ago, I was of a similar opinion, but not now. Since then,…
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    SF Weekly Letters For May 12 - 18, 2016

    DJ can't hear me, DJ don't care: I have written several letters to the Board of Supervisors as well as the SF Entertainment Commission regarding sound levels of DJs in clubs ("Time to Turn it Down," Willie Clark, 4/14/16). It's…
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    SF Weekly Letters For May 5 - 11, 2016

    The Peoples' Billionaire: We the people are fed up with the lies and deceit of the greedy politicians who think more of themselves than the people they represent ("Making the Bay Area Hate Again: Donald J. Trump's Bizarre Visit to…
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    SF Weekly Letters For April 28 - May 4, 2016

    Thx 2 U City Hall 4 Turning Purple: Thank you San Francisco for once again doing the creative and RIGHT thing. You never stop amazing me. Bonnie Metzger Warriors can wait: Once again I am so glad I live in…
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    SF Weekly Letters For April 21 - 27, 2016

    Real cartoons elicit real letters: Just wanted to say how very, very, very happy I am to see that Tom Tomorrow's biting and witty political cartoons have returned to the SF Weekly. His arch take on the current presidential campaign…
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    SF Weekly Letters For April 14 - 20, 2016

    Not the only hands-on partners: Thanks for a great article, although IPSA is not the only organization that trains sexual surrogate partners ("Body Talk," Elizabeth Costello, 3/31/16). There is one in Tel Aviv, another in Austin, TX, and many qualified…
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    SF Weekly Letters For April 7 - 13, 2016

    Fooled you once: This is actually better than the usual reporting ("Welcome to Salesforce, California: City Sells Naming Rights To Tech Titan," Larpi Folos, The Snitch, 4/1/2016). No April Fool. richmondman Shame on us: This is not very good as…
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    SF Weekly Letters for March 31 - April 6, 2016

    Thanks for the click: Cynical shit posing as reporting from a "newspaper" that is mostly ads and bullshit ("BART's Political PR Blitz," Chris Roberts, Sucka Free City, 03/24/16). Go back to being a weed reporter; you suck at being a…
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    SF Weekly Letters For March 24 - 30, 2016

    Move fast, run away from things: Mayor Lee agreed to meet with the Justice for Mario Woods Coalition, but runs away instead ("The Incredible Shirking Mayor," Max DeNike, 3/17/16). Perhaps he will meet with them if they all wear Ron…
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    SF Weekly Letters For March 10 - 23, 2016

    Colored vision: It is chilling that the defining moment was Nieto wearing a jacket "perceived" to be the colors of a gang ("Jury: SF Cops Who Shot, Killed Alex Nieto Did Not Use Excessive Force," Chris Roberts, The Snitch, 3/10/2016).…
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    SF Weekly Letters For March 10 - March 17, 2016

    No good in a hood: I'm not even 50, but growing up in N.C., there were people who were openly Klan and thoroughly in the mainstream of their communities ("Confirmed: SF's Klansman is a Marina Man," Chris Roberts, The Snitch,…
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    SF Weekly Letters For March 3 - 9, 2016

    The secret of the sauce: There are two camps, one that prefers melted mozzarella on their nachos and the other that prefers "nacho cheese sauce" ("Eat: Nachoria," Peter Lawrence Kane, 2/22/16). We decided on the latter, as we wanted cheese…
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    SF Weekly Letters For Feb. 25 - March 2, 2016

    Super Bowl trafficking trickery: The whole "trafficking" scare, especially its supposed linkage to the Super Bowl, is a bunch of unsubstantiated hype ("Massaging the Super Bowl Sex Trafficking Numbers," Jeremy Lybarger, 2/18/16). It's an outrageous waste of taxpayer money for…

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    Sub Pop recording artists 'clipping.' brought their brand of noise-driven experimental hip hop to the closing night of 2016's San Francisco Electronic Music Fest this past Sunday. The packed Brava Theater hosted an initially seated crowd that ended the night jumping and dancing against the front of the stage. The trio performed a set focused on their recently released Sci-Fi Horror concept album, 'Splendor & Misery', then delved into their dancier and more aggressive back catalogue, and recent single 'Wriggle'. Opening performances included local experimental electronic duo 'Tujurikkuja' and computer music artist 'Madalyn Merkey.'"

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