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Tiny ad prompts and Monty Python..

 
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Based on the tiny ad prompts, it seems that at least some of you are Monty Python fans...how many might that "some" be?  I have loved MP since I was 16.
 
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Hey Tom;
I agree completely!
I've noticed the references myself, having also been a MP fan from the first time I saw them!
If I had to guess , I'm thinking Paul... he seems like he could be a MP fan.
 
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As for Paul, he’s not the messiah, he’s a very naughty boy!  (Life of Brian). Add me to the fan list!
 
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I'm a huge fan of the tiny ads in general, and I can tell where a lot came from. I love the MP quotes :D
They make me laugh :)
I have a thread in the meaningless drivel forum about how much I like them :)
 
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We need to find another shrubbery...

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Watched MP a great deal as a teen.
 
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I was a teenager in 1975 or so, when late one night, after Don Kirshner's Rock Concert, there came on this weird thing:: Monty Python's Flying Circus, at 1AM on Saturday nights... I didn't watch much tv then, and none now, but I made sure I saw that as often as I could!
 
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