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History Senryū 5 Oct 2015

Monty Python makes

something completely different

Flying Circus airs


"The greater part of the world's troubles are due to questions of grammar"*...

Strunk! White! Get your asses in here!

STRUNK and WHITE enter, shooting sidelong glances at each other. Before they can sit, the COMMISSIONER flings a newspaper at them; WHITE clumsily catches it.

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Happy birthday Monty Python!

On October the 5th, 1969, the very first episode of Monty Python’s Flying Circus first aired on the BBC.

A lot of things have changed since then, but those shows are just as funny now as they were then. 28 more words

Monty Python

Remembering Graham Chapman

The wildest, funniest, most bizarre of the Monty Python team left us on 4th October 1989 when he died of cancer at the age of 48. 420 more words

Archive Television

Fences Apples And Monty Python

My harvest wasn’t very good this year, or it was, but in unexpected ways. I planned for apples, and grew birds. I planned for painting, and built a fence.  1,020 more words

Weekend Ramble - "Never Let Your Monster Lay Down" and Other Creative Uses of Vinyl

Last weekend, I Rambled about the resurgence of vinyl as a musical medium, listing reasons that vinyl enthusiasts give to justify their preference.  One of those reasons is that vinyl lends itself to more creative packaging (artwork, lyrics, etc.).   878 more words