I just found this nice quote from Graham Chapman which I had written on my wall in London in the late 70’s.
“Life is like a yacht in the Caribbean…. it’s alright if you’ve got one.”
Also I came across this piece of unused Python material, in my handwriting. It might have been written for one of the records.
Just where do ideas come from?
Indeed where did I get the idea to ask you just where do ideas come from?
What is an idea?
Is it an idea to ask you “what is an idea?”
And, if so, where did the idea to ask you what is an idea, come from?
Well, we could have the idea to look up idea in the dictionary, but where did the idea to look up “idea” in the dictionary come from?
Not to mention who had the idea to write a dictionary with the idea of defining the idea of ideas in the first place.
And is it a good idea anyway?
Do I have ideas? Or do ideas have me?
Do I think or do I merely think I think?
Who am I?
Am I the I who asks who the who is?
Or am I really the who, the object that the subject “I” is asking about?
Indeed in the question, “who am I?” who the who is who?
Am I a member of The Who?
Which came first the egg or the mayonnaise?
How many roads must a man walk down before he knows he’s a man?
Why do fools fall in love?
What does become of the broken hearted?
How deep is the ocean?
Where have all the flowers gone?
How much is that doggie in the window?
Am I nuts?
Should I be locked up?
Would you like a nice nut?
Shall I show you my nuts?
I should leave now.