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A little bad architecture never hurt anyone, and in fact contributes to a city's character, argues San Francisco Chronicle architecture John King in a recent piece. "As long as the good outweighs the bad, the latter fades into the background. This has always been the case, but [...] we fret over every imperfection as though it were the end of the world." [SFGate via Curbed SF]