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Yeahyeah, that memorial service video everywhere on the internet.

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I just bought A liars autobiography: I read it and I love it... izt's so honest... sometimes I wish I'll be so honest :(
As if Graham would be sitting in my room and telling the story personally... such a marvellous book

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My friend read me something sweet in the begining of "A Liars Autobiography." It said Graham held on in the hospital until his adopted son came in from America and he told him "hello" and then he passed away. That made me want to go awwww and cry all at the same time :cry: .

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Hehm just to gloat, cuz i have nothing material to say at the moment, I got the Pythons autobiography for free from a friend.

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I checked the Python book out of the library but I haven't read it yet-I have another book that I checked out to finish first-I did skim through it though.
Were those baby pictures cute or what?
As for Graham, John Cleese did cry when he died. I guess it may have been partly because he had never actually witnessed someone die before, but a great deal of it was probably cause he was close to Graham too.

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everywhere is written that Cleese was so upset etc. because he had never before seen somebody dying... But tell me, how many people have seen someone's death??!! I haven't...

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everywhere is written that Cleese was so upset etc. because he had never before seen somebody dying... But tell me, how many people have seen someone's death??!! I haven't...


I have! My grandpa died when I was 8

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Shauny wrote:
iwona wrote:
everywhere is written that Cleese was so upset etc. because he had never before seen somebody dying... But tell me, how many people have seen someone's death??!! I haven't...


I have! My grandpa died when I was 8


Sorry... But I mean that only few people have seen it... It's not very common, I think..

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Shauny wrote:
I just bought A liars autobiography: I read it and I love it... izt's so honest... sometimes I wish I'll be so honest :(
As if Graham would be sitting in my room and telling the story personally... such a marvellous book

I'm reading it right now...you see I have no time for the forums, I'm liking it so much :lol: .
He's really sincere and completely crazy, and I guess david and him had an open relationship, because it's quite clear that David was aware of the many lovers Graham had....and didn't seem to be bothered.
And I love how Grahm describes the change produced in John Cleese during their stay in Ibiza, I swear I thought he was really admiring him as a man, body or whatever. :D I wonder if he fancied any of the Pythons, maybe I'll find out later on in the book....
Anyway, am I the only one who doesn't understand when he starts mixing the real world with that of his imagination?.
I sometimes get completely lost as to what he's trying to say...

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but thats the beauty of it! and it becomes more clear the more times you read it through. i for one am certainly not complaining about having to read it more than once :)


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Well, yes, you're quite right. :D
I'm reading now about the Beast, yesterday night my neighbours must have thhought I'm crazy, I was laughing so loud.
My God, I hope that incident with the guy called TCP was not true. :lol:

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knowing graham, as we don't. O_o. its probably all likely to be true. but fabricated a little. or maybe not. i don't know really. its certainly an amusing read


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