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Friday, April 13, 2012

S.F. Hates Speeding Cyclists More Than High-Heel-Throwing Marina Girls, Poll Shows

Posted By on Fri, Apr 13, 2012 at 4:51 PM

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If San Franciscans have a low threshold for anything, it's drunk Marina girls and careless cyclists.

But who do they hate more? That's a tough call.

Thankfully, SFist did us the great favor of polling bored people cruising the Internet to find out exactly how they feel about both groups. After a 48-hour period, the polls closed today, and the final tally shows that San Franciscans despise crude cyclists only slightly more than drunk, high-heel-wearing Marina chicks.

According to SFist, 59 percent of poll takers were more disgusted by Chris

Bucchere, the Castro Street cyclist who has been accused of plowing

through a red light and killing 71-year-old  Sutchi Hui.  The rest of  voters

(49 percent) said they were more turned off by the drunk Marina chick who callously bashed a bartender's head with her Louboutins.

Or is this more obnoxious?
  • Or is this more obnoxious?

Here's SFist's analysis of the results:

Although the CPK ("Castro Pedestrian Killer", not "California Pizza Kitchen") garnered more votes, the Louboutin lobotomist probably got the lion's share of angry Internet comments. Between the original post, the polling place and our SFist Facebook

page, more individuals felt compelled to publicly condemn the

belligerent blonde's actions for the amusement of their Internet


SFist says the write-in votes for third-party candidates included the denim American Apparel model and, not surprising, embattled Sheriff Ross Mirkarimi.

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Erin Sherbert

Erin Sherbert was the Online News Editor for SF Weekly from 2010 to 2015. She's a Texas native and has a closet full of cowboy boots to prove it.


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