Must be lunchtime Thursday, 07 November 2019 12:36:05 CST David-Braverman Entertainment, General, Geography, Politics (0) Today's crop of articles: James Comey says the only law that matters in the impeachment proceedings is the one establishing the oath of office. Peter Osnos recounts the time when he edited one of Donald Trump's books. President Trump continues the American tradition, unknown in most democracies, of inciting vigilantes in support of formal political institutions. An anonymous British writer wrote a singular description of Trump. Speaking of blond-haired windbags, the UK election campaign has begun with Boris Johnson comparing Jeremy Corbyn to Stalin, plus a few Tory gaffes that raised eyebrows from Penzance to Orkney. The next six weeks will be so much fun, no doubt. Richard Florida says American suburbs have undergone profound changes, in just a short time. Writing in Gen, Sady Doyle calls the 1979 movie Alien an allegory about abortion. The Atlantic has a collection of 28 photos of animals interrupting sporting events. And now, back to coding.