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The More SFers Get Acquainted With Glass, the More They Hate It

The evolution of Google Glass; photo via Google Glass/<a href="">Instagram</a>
The evolution of Google Glass; photo via Google Glass/Instagram

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All the recent horror stories coming out of SF from living life as a Glasshole Google Glass wearer prompted one reporter to tackle the local dating scene clad in Glass. But rather than hitting it out of the dating park, she realized her story was becoming "actually about getting kicked out of iconic bars across San Francisco." She did happen onto a new awareness of the computer for the face—that SF actually isn't the ideal market:

In San Francisco, the response was different [from those in other cities]: Everyone knows exactly what it is, and they don't like it. Maybe the more we're around Glass, the less we like it.

She goes on to say, "Maybe Glass is something that doesn't grow on people." But in the meantime, she provides a few excellent pick-up lines that could potentially work some magic—that is, if you're ever allowed to step into the bar.
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