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SF Weekly Letters May 28-June 3, 2014

Double Standards Enjoying the view the public will never see: The SFCTA is hypocritical ; it micromanages other agencies' projects funded by the sales tax, yet has always paid for a top-floor office…
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SF Weekly Letters April 23-29, 2014

Moving Day Employees are likely not villains: The depiction of MuleSoft employees ("We're just here for the wine, and we're going to put you out of business anyhow.") stretches credulity . I can't imagine anyone,…
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SF Weekly Letters April 9-15, 2014

Blow the Whistle Putting the brakes on Muni's bad practices: LaVonda Atkinson is an honorable person . Standing up against those who directed her to falsify accounting numbers of the public trust takes a…
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SF Weekly Letters March 5-11, 2014

Shake and Spray Art Graffiti is still an act of vandalism: As a homeless tent dweller who recently had his tent tagged by a spray can idiot, I do not view tagging as a valid art form ["The Writing on…
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SF Weekly Letters February 26-March 4, 2014

A Failing Grade Reader points out it's not the teachers' fault: And that is why the public must honor these pensions . It is not the average teachers' fault that these cretins of capitalism…
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SF Weekly Letters January 1-7, 2014

A Quiet Year It's not just cannabis that needs attention: Sometimes no news is good news . There's a long way to go, and California is certainly falling behind (as…
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SF Weekly Letters November 20-26,2013

Man Behind the Camera Great profile piece on a well-known San Francisco personality: Stanley Roberts sounds like a fine fellow, and the article was of the quality of a classic New Yorker profile of years past ["Man on the Street,"…
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SF Weekly Letters October 30-November 5, 2013

All that glitters isn't gold: If "company founders have long believed that heightened competition drives productivity," as the writes, then I do not think California, or the U.S., would have legal codes of "no competition" or copyrights ["There's Gold…
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SF Weekly Letters September 11-17, 2013

Taking on Water America's Cup is a drain on San Francisco: Gavin Newsom and everyone else who pushed this giant fiscal turd upon the city should be publicly shamed and forced to be held accountable ["America's Comp," Joe Eskenazi, Your…
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SF Weekly Letters August 28-September 3, 2013

Public Transportation Pitfall Public transportation needs to think about sustainability: Thanks to Joe Eskenazi for shining the light (so to speak) on Muni and encouraging more efficient and safer operations . No public agencies should…
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SF Weekly Letter August 21-27, 2013

Picking Fruit Online Reading way into what the grocery store has come to represent: The grocery store is now only for the rich or those with food stamps, everyone else has to find another way: churches, hunting, growing your own,…
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With 'With Friends' Like These...: Zynga Wants Nothing to Do with Your Dirty, Dirty Sex

If anyone is taking the Bang With Friends app seriously, it's Zynga. The San Francisco-based online gaming company is suing Bang With Friends, the app that helps Facebook friends discover mutual sexual interest, claiming it's ripping off its "With Friends"…
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SF Weekly Letters August 7-13, 2013

Blog Commentsof the Week BART blame is shared by all: Listen: Everybody, including the public, is to blame for the BART organization being what it is . The public…
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News, Feature The Pilgrimage Issue: True Tales from the Road

The Pilgrimage Issue: True Tales from the Road

Photograph of backroads between Los Banos and Gustine, Calif. by Alexia Aubault. We could have called this "The Travel Issue," but mere travel is not what we were after. We wanted to go beyond the two-dimensional, picture-postcard experience of…
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SF Weekly Letters July 24-30, 2013

Gentrification 101 What's wrong with the rest of the Bay Area cities?: What is it that is so lacking from the rest of the Bay Area — particularly Santa Clara County, where most of the tech jobs are — that…
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SF Weekly Letters July 3-9, 2013

Telling Unheard Stories Natural born citizens should take note: These stories are inspirational and touching . Natural born citizens take so much for granted. The…
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SF Weekly Letters June 25-July 2, 2013

Fixing a Giant Problem Seeing things as a glass half empty: Mike Cheney is quite a remarkable person . It's unfortunate S.F. isn't a city that values improvement nor is California a state that cares…
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SF Weekly Letters

Blog Comments of the Week Reader isn't a fan of farm occupiers: Seeing the way these guys planted and are watering their little garden, it is blatantly evident that, if this operation were all they had to live on, they'd…
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Flicks Not to be Missed Missing an important film festival from summer coverage: SF Weekly covers summer film festivals in San Francisco and does not mention the San Francisco Black Film Festival (SFBFF) ? WTF? Fifteen years in the…
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SF Weekly Letters

Kink in the Armory Not surprised by what was discovered at Kink.com: So a company that specializes in videos depicting the degradation of women is degrading its workers. Shocker . SFNative Blowing Smoke Concertgoers a…
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