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Times Editor Chris Lopez's weblog

Wednesday, June 01, 2005

Tomorrow's paper

Some of what's in Thursday's newspaper includes a look at the sharp decline in worker's comp claims in the California and whether the Schwarzenegger administration can take credit. We also have a look at hydrocars and the push in California and the nation to use hybrid vehicles. In our features section we preview an exhibit at the Bedford Gallery in downtown Walnut Creek on clay arts, and in sports we stumble into today's water cooler topic of the day, that being the San Francisco 49ers and its ill-fated effort to bring sensitivity training to its players in a not so sensitive way. That story was displayed prominently in the SF Chronicle after a tape of the video was leaked to that newspaper. It's always fun when someone drops a dime on another person. Having been a pro football beat writer in Colorado, I can imagine the hootin' and hollerin' that went on inside the 49ers complex when the players were shown the video, and the embarrassment the organization feels now that the tape has been leaked.


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