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"Spam" is a Monty Python sketch, first televised in 1970. In the sketch, two customers are lowered into a greasy spoon café by wires and try to order a breakfast from a menu that includes Spam in almost every dish. The sketch was written by Terry Jones and Michael Palin.
It features Terry Jones as the Waitress, Eric Idle as Mr. Bun and Graham Chapman as Mrs. Bun. The televised sketch also featured John Cleese as The Hungarian and Michael Palin as a historian, but this part was left out of audio recordings of the sketch.
Spam - Monty Python's The Flying Circus
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Spam, taken from The Flying Circus.
The term spam in the context of electronic communications is derived from this sketch
ENJOY the Sketch it is to honor the new SPAM SPAM SPAM folder
The funny par is that some people haven't noticed and responded to the SPAM post!
"Like almost everyone who uses e-mail,
I receive a ton of spam every day.
Much of it offers to help me get out of debt or get rich quick.
It would be funny if it weren't so exciting."
CONGRATULATIONS on the new folder, and it's never misplaced to watch an old Monty Python sketch!
This particular one will never die out!
Look who's not so complaining? Bill Gates the inventor of SPAM!
This is hysterical!!!! I don't know how old people didn't die laughing with these bunch!
Glad you like it, I wasn't such a Month Python fan either, but I like it now!
Glad you like it so much and feel like some people have died laughing!
If we don't get all these flyers right into the mail-box, we get them once again into our email-box!
We throw them right back into the post office send slot!