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the four corners of the earth
are each rubbed raw.

from the burn we’ll carve a wheel
to run you down

– craft a cart… 43 more words


When Eric Idle thinks you are funny, well, what can I say?

Eric Idle‏Verified account @EricIdle 22h22 hours ago

Replying to @ArthurBrowne1

Funny Arthur.


I was lucky enough to meet the man. I did post about it, and how my science fiction action/humor book series, and some amusing episodes of Twitter allowed this to happen. 32 more words


"My Great" Journey Ahead

Goodbye, island home!
I must venture forth for the
Holy Grail yonder!

When Rabbits Take On the World’s Most Powerful Men

When the vicious, decapitating Rabbit of Caerbannog appeared in the movie Monty Python and the Holy Grail, most people thought it was humorous. If Napoleon Bonaparte and Jimmy Carter had watched the film, it’s doubtful they would have been laughing. 715 more words


"Have You Got Anything Without Spam?"

The term “spam,” with regards to unsolicited commercial e-mails and other related undesirable online communication, was derived from a 1970’s Monty Python sketch set in a café in which a waitress reads off the menu with each dish featuring an increased usage of the word “Spam,” as the processed canned meat product is featured in every dish. 319 more words

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Kevin Spraggett's Whipping Post

Georgios Makropoulos,

acting-FIDE president, sent a letter to GM Kevin Spraggett

which appeared on Kevin’s website today (http://www.spraggettonchess.com/2018-fide-election-campaign/).

“Dear Kevin,

The reason for my present letter is your recent posts on your website about the upcoming FIDE elections and I would like to have my reply published as well. 1,525 more words