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Incredible New BBC Penguin Footage

Thanks to Chris of Environmental Graffiti for sharing.

Comments

  1. #1 Hypatia
    April 1, 2008

    You’ve just made my day.

    The only thing that could have improved on this is if dear old Terry had started flapping and gotten airborne with his little tuxedoed friends.

  2. #2 HP
    April 1, 2008

    So, Hypatia, that was Terry Jones? I thought it might be, but I don’t think I’ve seen him since Meaning of Life. Which is odd, because Cleese and Palin and Idle are everywhere it seems. Or perhaps the UK is understandably protective and keeping him for themselves.

  3. #3 Mrs Hilary Victoria Minor
    April 2, 2008

    You cheeky devil :-D !! You nearly caught me on that one! I was all ready to believe it because you have me eating out of the palm of your hand and I believe that if Terry Jones is in the picture it must be true – and then – and then – I saw the date!! That was a really good April Fool’s wheeze!

  4. #4 Jenbug
    April 4, 2008

    I am SO GLAD of the following:

    -Terry Jones is out and about after his bout with cancer

    -The BBC continue to reign supreme with commercials and programming

    -Someone else had the same reaction I had during March of the Penguins– ‘For Christ’s sake, do they really have to go through all this? Can’t we just AIRLIFT them somewhere TROPICAL and save the Species? REALLY!’

  5. #5 Jenbug
    April 4, 2008

    And HP, since Meaning of Life, Terry Jones has:

    -Written Labyrinth, that glorious collaboration between Jim Henson, George Lucas and David Bowie’s crotch–although the film was so changed from his initial draft as to be unrecognizable

    -Focused on Academia, but also made a couple of BBC series–‘MEdieval Lives,’ in which he postulates that medieval live in Europe was not as bad as it seemed, and ‘Barbarians,’ about how the Romans got on top by stealing their ideas from ‘barbarians.’ I haven’t seen either but one is supposed to be released in the US on DVD sometime soon!

    *Brought to you by the Society for the Prevention of Forgettance of Small Welsh Men*

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