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 Post Posted: Mon Feb 19, 2007 5:05 pm 
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hi, i'm new, and just getting into posting on here.
i was going to order some of the monty python books such as the autobiography of the pythons and maybe some of the single autobiographies such as eric's "greedy bastard" and grahams "a liar's autobiography".

but then before i did it i was wondering if anyone had any recommendations as to which are the best ones??

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Well, I haven't read too many myself, but I own Greedy Bastard, and it's greaat. It's just not an autobiography, it's his diary of his U.S. tour a few years ago. I really want The Python's Autobiography, but I can't find it, and I don't want to pay shipping :)

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There a list in my topic, in "The Pythons" section. Of books people like etc. Im too lazy to make a link, you'll have to find it yourself.

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http://69.49.140.245/mp/phpbb/viewtopic.php?t=1527

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my apologies for posting about this when there is already a topic, and thanks for the responses:)

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Dennis wrote:
http://69.49.140.245/mp/phpbb/viewtopic.php?t=1527


No how did I know if I made reference a link would appear! :twisted:

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because i'm not as lazy as you....?


sometimes, anyway.

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I was gonna say cause your my bitch but we can go with your answer.

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ah mrgumby, you have a pic from my ultimate favourite film, The Great Dictator... brilliant, how Chaplin makes fun out of Adolf Hitler

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You ARE ful of surprises Shauny!
That's a film I've never even heard of.
Can you get it in English too...or will I need my phrase book?


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Shauny wrote:
ah mrgumby, you have a pic from my ultimate favourite film, The Great Dictator... brilliant, how Chaplin makes fun out of Adolf Hitler


I adore everything Chaplin made (even though I still need to see quite a few of his works :roll:) and the scene with the globe is... beautiful actually. but also very disturbing, how one man can play with the world.

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.... very happily actually .... and where did you get that photo of my cat ?

(I wonder how Eric knew that Henry Kissinger had nicer legs than Hitler
.... and bigger tits than Cher for that matter)


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