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Your Tuesday afternoon lunch break link bait. 

Families of Suicide Victims Call for Golden Gate Bridge Suicide Barrier: While the Bridge District continues to drag its feet. [H/t: SF Examiner

Google Won't Bring Fiber to SF, Having Been Burned Before: This is why we can't have nice things. [H/t: PandoDaily]

Competing Visions of Climate Change in California: Fascinating futurology, but let's face it—we're doomed. [H/t: Boom]

Campos and Chiu Fundraising Analysis: Chiu is far ahead in dollars raised, but Campos is raising controversy about the sources of some of the donations. H/t: SFGate]

UAW Plans to Keep Pressing Tesla: The union is looking to set up a German-style works council. [H/t: SFGate]

Restaurant Glove Law on Track for Repeal: After the bill's author admits that it was a pretty bad idea to make bartenders wear latex gloves just to squeeze lemons. Bigger question: How did this damned thing pass in the first place? [H/t: Eater SF]

Now There's an App for Threesomes: We prefer to set up our three-ways up the old fashioned way—over pastries and coffee after the Sunday church service. [H/t: The Bold Italic]

Marine Algae Can Detect Different Colors of Light: So cool—a Monterey Bay Aquarium study found that algae can sense many different wavelengths of visible light. [H/t: Science 2.0]

 

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