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SoMa spot where Dirty Harry said 'Go ahead, make my day' to be demolished

Well, they finally did it—they made our day The building boom has endangered some of San Francisco’s great cultural landmarks and some of its great dining establishments. The McDonald’s at 701 Third Street is neither of those things. But its closure last week (even the Yelp page has packed up and gone) and forthcoming demolition are still notable, because it’s the same building where Clint Eastwood, as loose cannon San Francisco cop Harry Callahan, uttered the immortal line "Go ahead, make my day.
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