That moment in Henry VI Part II when Queen Margaret starts to pick a fight with the Duchess of Gloucester, who responds by threatening the queen with a fingernail face-scratching — and refers to her fingers as the Ten Commandments.

That moment in Henry VI Part II when Queen Margaret starts to pick a fight with the Duchess of Gloucester, who responds by threatening the queen with a fingernail face-scratching — and refers to her fingers as the Ten Commandments.

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Silvia Killingsworth on the ethics of eating an animal that has been characterized as “the closest we’ll get to meeting an intelligent alien”:

"It is impossible for us to fully know the inner lives of octopuses, but the more we continue to study them and other forms of life, the…

1. I dare someone to open a restaurant that pairs craft beers with varieties of octopus, squid, and cuttlefish, and to name the place Cephalopub.

2. I like that this New Yorker piece is by a writer named Killingsworth.