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Friday, November 30, 2007

Late Night Pizza Ban -- DUI Is Not the Problem

Posted By on Fri, Nov 30, 2007 at 10:17 AM


Free the pizza! This week we posted on how the jerks at the Planning Commission want to kill fun in SF by banning late-night pizza. Sure it's only in North Beach, and only after 2 a.m., but we stand with our man-blouse wearing North Beach brothers. A strike against North Beach pizza is a strike against pizza everywhere.

Now, a little message control people. The reason the Planning Commission should fuck off does not involve the need for drunks to use pizza as a booze sponge in their bodies. It is one word: FUN. Fun is getting bored with this town and thinking about moving to Oakland. We must not let fun move away. Repeat after me, sheep people.

Save SF Fun! Save SF Fun! Save SF Fun! Save SF Fun!

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