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Most Likely Reactions to Superbowl L
Scott Lucas | Photo: anarchosyn via Flickr | May 21, 2013
We break down the most common responses in San Francisco today.
Cheering: Can you remember the last time that Mayor Ed Lee received a standing ovation? But that's what happened down at City Hall when the news broke.
Bargaining: All that clicking you just heard? Hordes of San Franciscans registering their apartment with Airbnb so they can sub-let their places to out-of-towners in 2016.
Leftie Hand-Wringing: We can just see the headline in the Bay Guardian tomorrow—"Football for the Rootless Super Rich."
Hoping for Home Field Advantage: You know we're all thinking the same thing. What if the 49ers are playing? Funny you should ask.
Head-Shaking: The old-timers out there, and more than a few new ones, have to be feeling a little bitter that the next Super Bowl to be played in San Francisco won't actually be in San Francisco, but at the team's new home in Santa Clara.
Envy: Sorry Miami.