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Today's audio thing is "Squad, Camp It Up!" based on a favorite and truly bizarre Monty Python sketch.

I'm not sure why the tune doesn't play in-app :( At least the external link works ok.

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A new ... um, thing. I don't know what to call these. It's 60 seconds long, you might enjoy listening to it.

Pot noodles = ramen
Gateau = a cake*
Note: A gateau is a cake-size cake, as opposed to their "cake" which Americans might call an "individually-sized snack-cake single" if we have allowed the corporate drones to suck all the life and fun out of us. The point is that a "cake" is meant to be consumed by one person; by contrast, a gateau is a cake meant to be sliced up and served among several people.

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Aisling Bea just can't be arsed:
A&E = "Accident & Emergency" department at the hospital (emergency room)
"Struck off" = No longer eligible to be paid by the National Health Service

The first time I heard John Mulaney talk about robots, I ended up literally rofling:

@msmacb Superglue? Last month, I had a cut that was going to be really annoying to heal because it was on a load-bearing part of my body, so I superglued it. Worked like a charm. Didn't hurt.

Which nonhuman species will be the first to spontaneously gain fluency in human languages? I'm betting on goats, because they already sound uncannily human, and all it would take to motivate them to talk to people is some angst and free time.

@catselbow I'm pretty sure there's no such thing as a bad goat ... overly spirited, perhaps?

Stewart Lee is an incredibly smart and hilariously transgressive British comedian. There are few things he seems to despise more than unresponsive audiences, except for conservatives and Top Gear.


Margaret Thatcher (n.)—Ronald Reagan
William Beverage (n.)—Franklin Roosevelt
Tory (n., adj.)—Republican
Bovril (n.)—Powdered instant beef bullion, used as a food substitute during WWII and in the lean years that followed.
Call the Midwife (n.)—The Andy Griffith Show

@nano ...and that soundtrack! It creeps into your dreams ...

This song is so fantastic, how can I have completely forgotten about it for more than three decades?

A new production bumper for my imaginary multinational conglomerate: (That sound bed is one of my own; I like the way it turned out.)

I forgot all about this song ... Olivia was incredible even back then ... "If Not For You" on a 1971 episode of an Australian variety program.

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