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September 27, 2006

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No Cool Story

"...put up a teeny very wimpy show..." Way.To.Go!
I don't care much about Monty P (sorry! you see I'm Mexican)but after listening to "The Song That goes like this" I thought "hmmmm, it sounds quite interesting, perhaps I might like this".
That's good you could make it, your hubby earns a crown and a sash.

Sister Stephanie

Hey -- I stayed true to my promise. Here I am!

Isn't that always happens? They get sick at the most inconvenient times. I have to admit though that I am not as good as you. Ethan was sick the night before we had tickets to the WSU game in Seattle (go cougs!) but I was selfish and took him to my sister-in-law's anyway.

Luckily it turned out to be nuttin' I'm with you I would've been ticked if I had stayed home. But probably would have felt terrible if he had continued the illness.

Although the Cougs did won and we had a great time, so maybe not.......

Thoroughly Mormon Millie

Darn that Will and Jada - how dare they show us up as "good parents." I would've gone to the Oscars, and I don't mind admitting it.

Glad you and Brooke had such a fun, fun, fun time and that the sexuality question was finally resolved (right?). That probably would've been very interesting to me too, as a 10 year old.

My question is, if they did "Holy Grail," how would they do the "flesh wound" scene?

Sketchy

They did the flesh wound scene! It was really well done! Funniest part was a monk walking out asking "Alms....alms for the poor..." And they gave him the arms. I'm assuming the arms were sort of robotic or something because he was swordfighting with them during the scene. But yeah they even cut off his legs...I'm not sure how they did it! Unless of course they sacrifice an unlucky peasent everynight...

Jan

I would love to see this show. John and I are Monty Python fans from way back! One of my favourites is the parrot scene - "He's not dead, he's sleeping!"

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