Our Python post has been making the rounds in Bloggington (as I will heretofore refer to that which was formerly known as "the blogosphere"), and has made it into several languages. Here's one post, translated from German to English via robot:
In the year of the gentleman 1975 a strange troop landed in Dallas: four young men with long hair and a stuffed armadillo. No - not the Beatles, but Michael Palin, Terry Jones, Terry Gilliam and Graham Chapman: Monty Python. Directly of the premiere of its film "Monty Python and the Holy Grail" they had hurried from Los Angeles in the KERA TV kERA-TV-Studio, in order to introduce itself the being astonished Americans.
This interview was sent 1975, and since then it had disappeared. It was rediscovered on an old Videoreel (comes me admits forwards?), the Blog The sound OF Young America arranged a publication with the transmitter and the Pythons, for which Jesse Thorn and its people of infinite thanks are entitled. The file may be downloaded, but not spread further. The recording breaks off after 14 minutes, because someone overacted the remainder of the volume (’%!!?xx??#!&!!).
Ladies & Gentlemen: fourteen precious minutes with four young Pythons and an armadillo. That has tip for the reference goes at MacFrisbee.
And that's to say nothing of this one, which is in what language I dunno, and is titled, "You Smell Like Dead Papa!"