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Cleese, you cheeky bastard by Helen on 5 March 2004 2:10pm
 
what is this about Lemurs?
:)
 
Re: Cleese, you cheeky bastard by Louise on 5 March 2004 10:19pm
 
Helen, I got the email too. Was the bit about subscriptions a joke, d`ya think?
 
Re: Cleese, you cheeky bastard by Diamond on 5 March 2004 11:21pm
 
what e mail????
 
Re: Cleese, you cheeky bastard by Izot on 6 March 2004 2:29am
 
Those who have subscribed with thejohncleese.com got an email a few days ago, it was like a questionaire thing and some of the answers you could respond with were stuff about lemurs. Those who don't know about the lemurs, John Cleese did a documentary about them a few years ago (not sure when). They reckon it was his attempt at doing something Michael's so good at, at least that's the story I've heard...

I hope we don't have to pay to be a cleese-ite (or whatever we become once the site opens...), 'cos I'm always strapped for cash... :(
 
Re: Cleese, you cheeky bastard by *Amy* on 6 March 2004 2:53pm
 
My head of sixth form was talking about that yesterday... i think he has a John Cleese obsession. O_o
 
Re: Cleese, you cheeky bastard by Helen on 6 March 2004 4:04pm
 
I hope it was a joke about paying to subscribe to his site.
Didn't he make enough money with his Schweppes commercials? :)
 
Re: Cleese, you cheeky bastard by Izot on 7 March 2004 1:24am
 
True dat, he's always making money somehow. Hopefully not with the new site, of course... One question - his teeth in "Rat Race", are they his, or just props for the movie? Hope they're not his....

Anyway, if his site is a subscription site, Palin's Travels will get more traffic - "Oh look, that nice Michael Palin has a free site, that means we don't have to spend our money, how nice of him to do that, not like that Cleese bastard, bloody scrooge..."
 
Re: Cleese, you cheeky bastard by thejohncleese.com on 11 March 2004 2:11pm
 
Hello there.

I'm keen to know what you thought of the questionnaire that was sent out about the Cleese website. It seems that there is a bit of discussion about paying to subscribe.

Please drop a note here and let us know your thoughts.

Thanks.
 
Re: Cleese, you cheeky bastard by Sophie-Louise on 11 March 2004 2:30pm
 
NO WAY! I'm not paying to read a website! bloomin cheeky bastard you are ;)
 
Re: Cleese, you cheeky bastard by Helen on 11 March 2004 3:55pm
 
NOPE.
sorry, I love John--LOVE him--- but I have a mortgage and a small social worker paycheck. And student loans.

lookit Michael--- he puts all of his books on this website and we don't pay a bloody dime. Kisses kisses to Mickey.

So it's safe to assume the part about paying to subscribe wasn't a joke? Hmmm.
That sucks.
Oh well.
:)
Helen
 
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