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SF Weekly Letters For March 24 - 30, 2016 

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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 Conway masks? RealSFFEEBLE SOLUTION

Bad comments matter: Maybe the best solution is to withdraw the police from the black neighborhoods and let them patrol their own neighborhood ("The SFPD's Toothless Watchdog," Jonah Owen Lamb, 3/17/16). EFSullyJrPIG ROCKERS

Even indie rock stars can be lecherous dicks: I am also a female fan of the Last Shadow Puppets and like you, I was very disappointed in their behavior ("Your Indie Heroes Will Betray You: The Last Shadow Puppets, Rachel Brodsky, and Confronting Sexual Harassment in Music," Elle Coxon, All Shook Down, 3/21/16). I never heard of them acting like this in the past, but I hope that there are no repeats in the future. I also agree that the rock 'n' roll image makeover is nauseating. It wasn't necessary for this duo. Liz

Where we're going, we don't need laws: Too bad you need drivers ("Report: With Eye on Self-Driving Cars, Uber Buys 100,000 Mercedes," Chris Roberts, The Snitch, 3/18/16). It's the law, duh!!! rcguru46

Best little place for 40-somethings: Although millennials should be called Legion for they are many, this guy needs to target Gen Xers who just stopped caring instead ("Millennial Problems: This Guy is Selling You on Reno," Max DeNike, The Snitch, 3/17/16). Really, Reno looks better to me all the time. BobCalhoun

RHETORICAL POT

Million dollar question: How can Harvest offer a return for its investors if it's a nonprofit ("Chem Tales: Halting the Cannabis Eviction Crisis," Chris Roberts, 3/17/16)? How is that legal?

Track marks: BART should not get another cent until an external audit is done ("The $3.5 Billion Reasons BART is Tweeting Honestly," Chris Roberts, The Snitch, 3/17/16). Stop putting the money into union pockets and into bloated management salaries and actually use the money to fix the system. Jonescali

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