True-to-life Shakespearean discovery, more

Today on McSweeney’s: “Shakespeare’s Interrogatories, Or Why He Wanted to Kill All Lawyers,”* by Mike Warner and Michael Pardo:

Interrogatory No. 14: Et tu, Brute?

Answer: Defendant Brutus objects to Interrogatory No. 14 on the ground that it is vague and ambiguous. Furthermore, to the extent that the interrogatory seeks to establish the actions of defendant Brutus as a proximate cause of Caesar’s death, defendant asserts that the interrogatory is beyond the scope of interrogatories and is a question of fact to be determined by jury.

Also new today is Steven Seighman’s “Open Letter to Asthma”:

And what, exactly, do you have against kittens?

*Again, please note the permalink situation. It is unlikely that I will remember to change these links once the permalinks appear, so you will need to dip into the archives.


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