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    Terry Jones, Monty Python Founder and Comedy Polymath, Dead at 77

    https://www.rollingstone.com/movies/...ituary-941097/

    He sure gave us plenty of laughs. RIP Terry Jones. You'll be missed.

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    goodbye Mr. Creosote. Its only wafer thin
    Dont make me go all Jonathan Winters on this gas station.

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    RIP Mr Jones. Almost makes me want a SPAM sandwich.

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    RIP Terry, What a great demented mind. I still watch Life Of Brian and Holy Grail at least once a year.
    Sweet Jesus don't let the judge release me, what if she's a Zombie or a Dracula and tries to f&*king eat me.

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    RIP Terry

    Also hadn't heard this. Neil Innes died 12/29/2019. bad time for pythons apparently. loved his version of john lennon as ron nasty of the rutles. wish i could get a copy of that.

    https://www.telegraph.co.uk/comedy/c...-dies-aged-75/


    edit: found it on youtube
    All You Need Is Cash, the Rutles
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5Vt4ejyosn4
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    That is a loss to comedy, for sure. I hope that the "rare dementia" allowed him to keep his good humour up to his last breath.
    RIP, Mr. Jones.

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    This is sad news but he leaves a great legacy

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    So sad... as Judy says tho, what a great legacy I will be watching the old Python episodes after work...
    It's all Here. Now.

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    Goodbye Arthur "Two Sheds" Jackson. RIP

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    Very sad news indeed.

    This is a worthwhile documentary if you are interested in the behind the scenes history of the group and their work, from them.



    https://www.netflix.com/title/70213237

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    Oh no!!!
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    My wife and I watched the "meaning of live" a few years back.that was a great show.

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    I wasn't able to embed... Bicycle Repairman skit is a classic


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    Dont make me go all Jonathan Winters on this gas station.

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