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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 time to invest in car window replacement companies. Mark Sidmore, via Facebook

Find the protester: District Attorney George Gascón has done much to cleaning San Francisco cops' shit by punishing police brutality and bringing justice back to victims. He's a good guy! AntiPoliceKilling

First, second, and last place: Great news ("Millennial Problems: If You Want To Win, You Got To Show Up," Max DeNike, The Snitch, 6/8/16)! Because I voted, my opinion means more than that of the millions of bike riding hipsters who didn't. Yea for me! Richmondman

When a legal gun owner becomes a terrorist: They sure could have used some in Orlando, but the law says you can't have a gun where alcohol is served ("After Orlando, Will The Pro-Gun Lobby Keep Using Trans People As Campaign Props? (Spoiler: Yes)," Chris Roberts, The Snitch, 6/13/16). A "Gun Free Zone" if you will. Too bad Mateen didn't obey the law. And no, those people weren't murdered by "a military-style weapon with a high-capacity magazine," they were murdered by a Muslim whose religion demands that all infidels submit or be killed, and in the homosexuals' case, killed outright. Al Krause

When hosts go ghost: Airbnb and all the other IT companies could pull out of S.F. and take all their jobs with them ("What Would Airbnb-Free SF Look Like?" Max DeNike, The Snitch, 6/8/16). Empty office buildings and apartments would dot the area. Those restaurants that these employees went to for lunch would close for lack of business. Good bye all the employees that worked there. Yes, people are a bit annoyed with how things turned out but the domino affect if they went away would be quite worse. Michael James


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