Lunchtime links Monday, 30 September 2019 14:01:45 CDT David-Braverman Chicago, Entertainment, General, Geography, Politics, Travel, Work (0) I'm surprised I ate anything today, after this past weekend. I'm less surprised I haven't yet consumed all of these: Harvard Law professor John Coates argues that "a sitting president threatening civil war if Congress exercises its constitutionally-authorized power" constitutes an impeachable offense in its own right. The Chicago Public Library will stop fining people for overdue books, as long as you bring them back eventually. National Geographic digs into the Grimm Brothers' fairy-tale collections. Why is the USDOT cracking down on zebra-crossing art? London completely failed to block an east-end road to cars for even a full day. A 1958 women's magazine's list of 129 ways to get a husband had to have been a joke, right? Right? Bruce Schneier has some thoughts on supply-chain security. Is it nap time yet?