Originally published June 1997
Norm Howell has done it again. He was quoted in the Valley Press describing a new high-tech answer to the age old problem of answering the question "Where do we fly today?" Simply spread a sectional on the ground and place an ant on it (species not specified). The first airport the ant crosses is where you fly. Baiting the chart with food is considered cheating. Besides, if you were doing that, you've probably already decided where you want to go.
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Revised -- 20 December 1997