This seems perfectly normal: San Francisco Supervisor John Avalos tells the San Francisco Chronicle that he and his aides contacted Harvey Milk's ghost regarding a vote on a non-binding resolution to name a Navy ship after slain gay rights activist. How so? Using an Ouija board, of course. Avalos explains:

"[We] actually put our hands on the Ouija board and the letters g-o-o-d-r-i-d-d-a-n-c-e-d-a-d-t came out. We asked Harvey, and Harvey gave us these letters: 'Good riddance don't ask, don't tell.' It was quite clear that Harvey Milk would have been opposed to 'don't ask, don't tell.' I can honestly say that's one aspect of this resolution that's really valid."

Meanwhile at City Hall, Eric Mar is like, "Happy Meal toy ban be damned. Who's the weirdo now?"

Update: It was a joke. Obviously.