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'Industrial' sounds blast homeless from S.F. auditorium steps

Frustrated, irritated and out of options, managers of San Francisco's Bill Graham Civic Auditorium have resorted to blasting the sounds of chainsaws, motorcycles and jackhammers overnight to rid the doorsteps of homeless who sleep there.
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