The Daily Blurgh: Is that an Archie in your pants, Banksy?

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Gay! Archie gets a gay (as opposed to "Archie is a gay," a fantasy you can live out through this NSFW-ish Choose-Your-Own Adventure wiki). Lesbian lawyers defend "not gay enough" softball players. Texas doesn't want to let gays divorce. And Jet Blue goes pink.

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He's not here: Banksy tags SF.

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"People are terrified of drugs. Drugs are linked to inner cities and crime - not mystical states. But with diligent and serious science, we can learn about all the wonderful ways that these compounds can help a stressed and troubled species." Dropping therapeutic acid in San Jose.

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Have you parked your keester in one of the city's "parklets" yet? It's lovely outside right now. Go! Editor's recommendation: Totally hot biker parklet action at Mojo.

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If that constant hacking cough wasn't enough of a warning about air pollution, you can always rely on your phone to tell you.

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"It refers to the sex act conducted in front of the Eucharist involving myself, as the role of Adam, and a female follower, who plays the role of Eve by her own free will. The Lord does not wish for anybody else to engage in this ritual. I was inspired to perform this ritual because I believed that there was no other way to prove Mr. Little Pebble’s innocence and the wrongful convictions of sexual assault made against him. Just a few days ago, God sent me a message saying that the woman who sued Mr. Little Pebble will confess that it was all a lie." And there's a whole lot more WTF where that came from.

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SFFD disaster drill mannequins: now more "P.C." thanks to pants.

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Heads up: Remembering Playland, the full length documentary that tells the history of San Francisco’s famous 10-acre seaside amusement park, Playland at the Beach, starts a week-long run at the Balboa Theater tomorrow night.

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