More links, but not because I'm lazy Thursday, 17 January 2013 12:45:35 CST David-Braverman Travel, Chicago, General, Politics (0) The fun part about UAT is that 38 known issues can become 100 known issues in just a few hours. So, once again, I have a lot of stuff to read and no time to read it: WTF is this about a college football player's dead girlfriend hoax? It strains credulity to argue he wasn't in on it, don't you think? Cranky Flier examines the Great Chicago Aviation Fuel Scandal in which United and American save millions buying fuel from a small office in Sycamore, Ill., and not from Chicago. The Chicago Tribune has more. Law professor Dawn Clark Netsch, for whose 1994 Illinois Gubernatorial campaign I volunteered, has ALS. Since the Chicago ordinance allowing cops to issue tickets for small marijuana possession went into effect last July, arrests are down but without a concomitant rise in tickets. Paul Krugman explains why greenhouse gases aren't the same as entitlements in economic analysis. Ask The Pilot talks about the Boeing 787 troubles. Illinois State Climatologist Jim Angel shows how normal isn't average. Yay, Instapaper! Now off to lunch, followed by more debugging.