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And now, for something completely different.

Posted by mucky_waters (My Page) on
Wed, Mar 15, 06 at 22:46


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RE: And now, for something completely different.

I just love that. Wasn't it Monty Python???


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RE: And now, for something completely different.

See? Koi and goldfish in perfect harmony. And they said it couldn't be done.


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RE: And now, for something completely different.

LOL!! :-)

Yes, Bihai. That's how John Cleese would open the Monty Python television series ... seated behind a desk and say...

"And now for something completely different".

Then Michael Palin would be dressed up(down?) and say ...

"It's"...

Monty Python's Flying Circus (in a Mr. Gumby voice)....

C3D ..... not familiar with Monty Python at all. :-)


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RE: And now, for something completely different.

Here -- scroll down to the bottom of the page and watch the video. This is the fish I need to go after all those goldfish fry.

Here is a link that might be useful: Robokoi


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That Radio controlled Koi is pretty nifty I wouldn't mind one myself, but at $256, 000 a shot,,,I'm think I'm just gona have to learn to live with out it. LOL
Did you notice the way the Japanese narrator referred to the Koi Robot. Sounds like they pronounce Koi as "Cab" or "Kap". And did you notice how long it takes the other Japanese guy to say "The robot is useful in the ocean. I hope the robot can work by itself in the future" in Japanese.


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a little slow, I get it now

I just figured it out,,, he is calling it a "Carp" Robot,,, not a "Koi Robot". :P


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RE: And now, for something completely different.

For anyone who can't open the other Fish Slapping Dance link.
.mpg video files just don't open very well in some browsers for some reason.


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RE: And now, for something completely different.

thank you so much for that video mucky!!!! i just love john cleese. (and the rest of the gang)...x parrots are my #1 fave, though.


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