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Thursday, January 31, 2008

Most Popular Stories on SFWeekly.com This Week

Posted By on Thu, Jan 31, 2008 at 11:57 AM

The results are in, and you, the reader, are lying when you say you want hard news and analysis. We have the numbers. You click on glory holes, beardos, and technical stories about the #1 porn file-sharing program in the World. So don't give us any of your high-minded shit. We don't want to hear it.

The Top Ten Stories on SF Weekly this Week Are:
10. Chris Rock Brings "No Apologies Tour" to SF April 3 and 4

9. Justice to Throw Massive SF Dance Party with Diplo in March

8. SF Weekly vs. Bay Guardian Lawsuit Updates

(Click 'More' for the #1 story)

7. For Sale - KRON-TV Channel 4, $800 Million, Fixer-Upper

6. 1015 Folsom edges toward the live rock market

5. Best Glory Hole in San Francisco (2007)

4. Americans Spend Anticipated $800 Bush Rebate on Flat-Screen TVs, iPhones Over Weekend

3. Best of Food and Drink in San Francisco (2007)

2. Comcast vs. the BitTorrent File-Sharers

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And the Number 1, most pertinent thing on our readers' minds:

Banhart, ?uestlove, Martsch -- The Top 10 Beards in Modern Music

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Play us out, ?uestlove. You earned it.

-David Downs, Web Editor, SF Weekly

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