History as I like it Written by 63mago To tune in for the coming weekend’s monster shifts … alas, it always could be worse … couldn’t it … * * Advertisements ShareClick to print (Opens in new window)Click to email (Opens in new window)Share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Tumblr (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window) 9 thoughts on “History as I like it” Heeheeheehee! I love Monty Python! Thanks, Mago. I often wonder why it was Batley.Well not so often – or it would get very boring. That’s what I always tell myself–it could be worse. Because much of the time I certainly do feel like I’ve been drafted.The faces of Eric Idle and friends are always welcome. PonitaGern geschehen! MJGood. And may I just mention “high performance and dependibility” … KAZBadly enough. Lily S.Drafted – yes: That is a very good description. If you hear a loud bam in the coming minutes and the continents do wobble a little it’s because I dropped into my bed. Servus. That’s what I like to see on this site: serious academic insight into historical events. Danke. It can always be worse thats for sure! The object is to remember that there is someone who has it alot worse and take heart from that. I remember Pearl Harbor and it is great to look back at it like this and not how it really was.Time does help. Keep trudging on Mago! I remember when the used to show this film in history class and I used to be so excited to tell everyone ‘thats MY DADDY there in the boucle’ suit and spectator pumps!’ which probably explains why I was always chose last for Red Rover. or something. you’re a man of taste , mago. I’ve always said so. X! RosesBitte. A pleasure. JoyceJoyce, I am glad that you are on the web again. And you are very right – time is the master. FNYes, I am tasty. How do you know? One of my all-time faves!And the Upper Class Twit Of The Year..and oh forget it..I’d be here all day..Long Live the Pythons! Comments are closed.