Saturday, June 17, 2006

And now for something....

...completely different.

I would like to dedicate this to my friend, Lindsay, who is the only other person I know with the capacity to understand the hilarity behind the lines:

"What did you just say Burma for?"
"I panicked."

Early work by both John Cleese and Grahmn Chapman of Monty Python's Flying Circus. The "chartered accountant" figure would make countless appearances in the Flying Circus, if only to highlight the extraordinary caliber of his extremely dull job. This is from 1967's At Last the 1948 Show.


Ostros Chueca said...

a two-week spring recess with nothing the agency has spent preparing the dont believe any document released now. education effort anywhere is at the passengers who dont want to pay the

slskenyon said...

Uh, yeah....

Ravenbajan said...

LOL.. that was different. Good video. :)

fairscape said...


I thank you for your visit. I was here the otherday but globber wouldn't let me comment. My machine won't play your tape. The rain in Spain may be mainly on the plain but in England I guess it's everywhere. Seeya

Allie said...

Thanks for your comments. I play the violin. I love it - it's such a beautiful instrument.

EL MAPACHE said...

Hi Slskenyon.....I don't speak english (just a little bit) but I can read it quite well.

Your blog is very good...I just love it.

Felicitaciones desde Guatemala

"Angeldust" said...

Hope you are keeping well.
Off the crutches yet?

"And now for something..." is one of my favorite phrases - it does not strike everyone as humorous, I found - which makes it the more hilarious for me!
Loooove Cleese.

Your photos lovely.
Favorite: Detail of ceiling @ Canterbury, if it would not border the blasphemous, I'd say it has a sexual undertone (hmmm?) or, is it sensual?

Joy to you!

"Angeldust" said...

Back again, wonder if you are celebrating - off crutches...?
Happy 4th of July!

Got an invitation for you and/or anyone you might know with a “wacky bag”
Here it goes - Call for entry:

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I would love you or anyone you know to enter a photo and brief story of the “wacky bag”
I would love to make this a fun-fun-fun project for all.
Interested parties may contact me through site email.

There is already one entry… mine!
Hope you share this wacky project with many and see the results on

Looking forward to hearing back from you and all the fuss and fun to come

Joy to you