Dec 252014
How business should prepare for christmas

In 1968 Terry Gilliam was some years off his Monty Python fame and eking out a living as a struggling American artist in London.

Midway through the year he was commissioned by the producers of Do Not Adjust Your Set, the British TV comedy show that led to Monty Python’s Flying Circus, to contribute to their 1968 Christmas special.

The results are marvellous as the Open Culture website describes.

We ordinary people should be thankful we don’t have Terry Gilliam in our family.

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