OT: Chicago field trip, late tonight...

In November, 2000, the radio show This American Life condensed twenty-four
hours of life in a Chicago neighborhood 24-hour cafe into a one-hour show.
This cafe was the site of notable quantitative experiments demonstrating
that rotating pies sold significantly better than static ones. We may
wish to independently corroborate their results using the same data
source. I propose that we conduct this experiment at midnight, tonight.

The Golden Apple cafe can be reached on the El, Chicago's elevated

Wellington on the Brown Line or Scheffield on the Purple Line (same

The This American Life radio show, with a textual abstract and full
version in Real Audio:

A restaurant review:


And a driving map, in case you don't like the train:


If folks like, they can meet in the lobby of the Marriott at 11:20pm.