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- David on New deal shores up SPC's future Labor would have just thrown hundereds of millions at this, SPC wouldn't have bothered trying to help there own business to ... more
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- Greg on New deal shores up SPC's future I hope they pay back the Taxpayer money they got from Napthaline. more
- Kylee on New deal shores up SPC's future About time!!! I always read the labels on any food I buy, and if it is from another country, I don't buy it.Now I hope that ... more
- Craig on New deal shores up SPC's future But who dictated the price!!!! more
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- Gloss on Woman struck down by bus Is there a pedestrian crossing there? I am continually amazed at people who cross busy roads without looking and Sydney Road ... more
- Luke on Parks Victoria authorises deer cull Wait for all the bleeding hearts declaring that we shouldn't be culling off "native" animals. And why we shouldn't just buy ... more
- Mandi on Jim's movie poster parodies I admire John Jarrett for his acting he played a notorious role in wolf Creek I'm yet to see the Wolf Creek 2 .Savages ... more
- Lukew on Telstra axes 800 jobs As long as we have this incessant drive for growth there will be constant pressure on jobs. Since growth drives the CEO's ... more
- Liz on Telstra axes 800 jobs This is becoming absolutely ridiculous. What are we suppose to do to put out food on the table.I'm a mum and my husband was ... more
- Keith A Tudor on Telstra axes 800 jobs @Craig. This is the outcome of years and years of damned rorting by Unions in Australia. Look at the ridiculous pay rates ... more
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- Nick on Officers heavy-handed with frail man Why is it we see these types of videos every week of a ticket officer being way over the top? These guys get given a tiny ... more
- Mark on Daily blog from Sochi Hang on, is that the journo ice skating in that video??! That's impressive! more
- Ivan@kinnane on Channel Seven axes Today Tonight Flashback to Feb 2013: Neil Mitchell interviews Helen Kapalos about her then dumping by Network Ten. Helen describes it as ... more
- Greg on Channel Seven axes Today Tonight About time,and Channel 9 should axe that other Ambulance Chaser A Current Affair. more
John Cleese on Nightline
What is your favourite John Cleese memory?
I have so many happy memories of John Cleese. I smile just bringing him to mind. The builders with O'Rielly was a lot of fun. Also the scene where the dead man's arm was sticking out of the wardrobe was good.
The Germans, the duck dinner, all good. I think I liked Mrs. Richards not wanting to wear out her hearing aid, the best. Basil's comment about Krakatoa not erupting was hilarious. Fawlty Towers is my favourite comedy series.
John Cleese, my favourite comedian.Barbara Wednesday 26 August, 2009 - 12:19 PM
Ross, I know you'll look through to this read about your hero (and mine). You know, whenever I have had had a sh*t day I pull out one of the 12 episodes and I feel better.
The must be a bit of you and I in this bloke. Cheers JohnJohn Ellis Friday 8 May, 2009 - 11:18 PM
And who could ever get the radio marketing ads he did in Australia earlier this year? Funny stuff!Tim Ripley Thursday 13 November, 2008 - 12:34 AM
He has such a distinctive voice that carries a lot of character. It's hard to explain, but those who are fans of John Cleese would know what I am talking about. Thanks, AnneAnne Wednesday 12 November, 2008 - 10:20 AM
My favorite John Cleese moment? I couldn't possibly pick just one! Possibly when he gave his own eulogy at the Montreal Comedy festival Just For Laughs. Or any scene with him in it from A Fish Called Wanda. Or as the centurion giving Brian a Latin lesson at knife-point in Life of Brian.mrsthing Wednesday 12 November, 2008 - 10:12 AM
A super gifted person.
The world is a much better place for Faulty TowersKen Bolitho Wednesday 12 November, 2008 - 3:24 AM