Chris Walsh (chris_walsh) wrote,
Chris Walsh

A thought

Before he helped create Monty Python, John Cleese worked for a month for the international edition of Newsweek. He felt out of his depth, and not long for the job, especially when he got assigned to write an early draft of an obituary for a well-known person who had not actually died yet.

Cleese is probably amused to think that over the years, many people at all sorts of media outlets have had to do the same thing with him.

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