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The Tuesday afternoon scuttlebutt from our friends around the Interwebs.

"The San Francisco Newspaper Company...alleges that the Chronicle offered ad space to advertisers for a fraction of its cost on the condition that the advertisers not buy ads in the Examiner."

SF Examiner sues SF Chronicle, alleging predatory ad-pricing scheme: Mom! Dad! Don't fight! [H/t: SF Examiner]

In 30 days, my startup will be dead: It turns out that running your business solely on venture capital without bothering to generate a sustainable revenue stream really is as dumb as it sounds. [H/t: My Startup has 30 Days to Live]

Pork Belly Doughnuts and Craft Beer in SoMa: Did we mention the pork belly doughnuts have a maple Maker's Mark glaze? Lo, be still my hypertensive heart. [H/t: SF Weekly]

Caltrans releases hundreds more bolt documents: The agency is still aiming for a Labor Day east span opening. But can someone check to make sure they mean 2013? [H/t: Inside Bay Area]

Pistol-packing PUC official: Back me up or else: "That sure is a nice smart meter, you got there," Mr. Hagan continued. "Would be a real shame if anything were to happen to it." [H/t: SFGate]

S.F. Pride to Host Military Recruiters: Another surefire public relations victory from the folks at S.F. Pride. [H/t: SFist]


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