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August 29, 2012

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nick s

poor old John Cleese, blundering around the world at his age, picking up the advertunities.

He flogged off the rights to his fourth wedding to Hello!, which I believe was meant to help pay the alimony from his third marriage.

Alex

He flogged off the rights to his fourth wedding to Hello!, which I believe was meant to help pay the alimony from his third marriage

Multidivorce seems so 1980s these days doesn't it? Put it away.

dsquared

Someone needs to be made aware that the Ministry of Silly Walks isn't actually a ministry.

(It was converted into an agency in the 90s and is now called OfWalk)

Chris Williams

Daniel has forgotten to remind us that the MoSW became an agency under the Next Steps programme.

ajay

I thought it was turned into a PFI, under which Serco agrees to provide up to 25 staff on secondment who will walk in a silly way whenever the UK government requires them to do so, but are free to walk normally at all other times.

A Different Alex

But many of those staff are not "fit-to-walk" - whatever Atos might say.

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From the link:

Arsalan Fathipour, an Iranian lawmaker who heads the Energy Committee of Iran's parliament, called for a ban on the import of all Samsung products

Boy, Samsung just can't get a break right now, can they?

nick s

Multidivorce seems so 1980s these days doesn't it?

As Terry Gilliam said a little while back: “John has been married already three times and each time to the same woman. They always seem to be blonde and American; the only difference is that each time they get younger and younger.”

belle le triste

And the first one was the funny one. Actually I don't know if wives two and three are funny, they may be. But Connie was the funny one in the first marriage. When that fell apart he had nowhere to go but infomercials.

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