Hot on the heels of Benjamin Wachs and Joe Eskenazi's excellent article on silly ordinances at City Hall, SF Weekly roundaboutly reports that Supevisor Ross Mirkarimi plans on introducing a resolution supporting KUSF, everyone's suddenly favorite radio station that abruptly changed formats earlier this month, as first reported by SFist. Will it makes a difference? Absolutely not. It will get killed before it goes anywhere. (Which is too bad, or so we hear. The over-inked station was quite popular with certain people.) Will it make a handful of people and reporters feel good about themselves? Of course. And isn't that, in the end, what's most important? [SFW]