Frontier Former Editor

June 4, 2006

I’d like to have an argument . . . .

Filed under: Uncategorized — Frontier Former Editor @ 9:49 pm

Thanks to the divine Miss C (who adapts well to a 1970’s –style porn star moustache, if I do say so myself), I took the Monty Python character predictor battery this evening.

Several issues arose from the results – some bemusing, some disquieting and some merely inconvenient.

Despite my recently displayed ability with PhotoShop, I was not identified most with Terry Gilliam.

However, in a twist which should delight Cherrypie’s taste in celebrity dinner party guests, I was most closely identified with Graham Chapman – not necessarily a bad thing, although our recreational tastes differed somewhat.

The predictor, however, indicated that I was more likely to be like Carol Cleveland than Eric Idle or Michael Palin.

Terry Gilliam, however, was the second most likely of the troupe to parallel my tastes and sociopathic tendencies. This is a relief, since I did enjoy “12 Monkeys” and “The Adventures of Baron Munchausen.” “Brazil” was also enjoyable, although I didn’t get to see “The Fisher King” or “The Brothers Grimm.”

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