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Tuesday, August 4, 2009

Check the Box: The Plot Thickens

Posted By on Tue, Aug 4, 2009 at 3:30 PM

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The always alert Lauren Smiley was one of the first to notice that SF Weekly boxes are victims of countless abuses. This box was spotted early this morning prone on Bryant Street. This time, the Weekly wasn't the only publication to fall victim to random violence. Laid out beside it was the Advertiser and near by, that other paper, the Bay Guardian. In fact the only publication whose dispenser remained erect is that of the Real Estate Times. Which raises the question, what were you doing last night when these boxes went down, Real Estate Times? Or when this box was bombed?

Your unassuming sea-foam green plastic facade may fool everyone else, but it doesn't fool us. (You can't tell right now, but I'm doing that thing where I point at my eyes with two fingers and then point them at yours, so you know I'm "watching you.")

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