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Your Monday afternoon lunch break link bait. 

SF Man Arrested 98 Times Since 1991: That's around five times a year—or once every two months or so. That's more often than we do our laundry. [H/t: SFGate]

Tax on Soda Proposed for SF: Supervisor Wiener is arguing for 24 cents a can. Why not an even quarter? [H/t: SFGate]

Joe Montana Glad that 49ers Didn't Move to Oakland: Also had harsh words for Candlestick. [H/t: SFist]

Let's Put Local Elections On-Cycle with National Ones: Pretty good idea, although we aren't too sure that anything could increase the turnout for the snoozer scheduled next week. [H/t: Beyond Chron]

Zog's Dogs to Close: Final day for the Financial District's hot dog stand is November 1st. [H/t: Eater SF]

Battery Club Opens for Elite Few: We weren't there, but we're sure that the postman just lost our invitation is all. [H/t: SF Business Times]


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