I joined, I will do anything Python related; but I was not looking for anyone. I found that’s OK, I can still participate in things Python.
One day, I will write the goofy book, How Monty Python Has Ruined My Life as a gag. At least if you met someone congenial on Monty Python Dating, Python can make, not ruin your life.
Many years ago, I went to see Monty Python’s Meaning of Life in a movie theater in Medford, Massachusetts, North of Boston. I remember the scene where the leaves all fall from the tree like suicides. I suddenly heard an angry cry from a young lady with her date. (It sounds better with a thick Boston accent). “Gino. This is stupid. I can’t believe you took me to see this.”
Now you have a way of avoiding such social disasters. You can be in a group where people get the jokes and the secret codes. (I said that for the National Security Agency, because I am sarcastic and a tongue in cheek silly person). (I support the National Security Agency in the United States when they protect us Yanks from whatever they are supposed to protect us from. Their new role is as Santa as they know when you are naughty and nice). 🙂
However, I digress.
I would be curious at the demographics of Python fans in all the different locations. It is the geek in me. 🙂 Seriously, it would be fun to find out how Python appeals to people across cultures, age groups, etc.
The Pythons admit they wrote little for women. Hmmmm…. Chris, probably why the female Python troupe is needed. Alright gentlemen, fess up. Who among you would ask Connie Booth and Carol Cleveland out?
Hey, this group already made a Sunday paper in the United Kingdom. You can’t beat it. It’s an idea, whose time has come.