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Birthday, Church, and England: Monty Python too white for today's BBC uihew Moore MedireondentT guys who move to London n a nat Theyre even Church of England once The sketch show, which television to denounce a diverse enough, the BBCS nHele o ce sa oho sa resticulate. Of course, not same estimate, Peter share, thejokes feel quite familiar andit feels like you're not breaking any new ground or telling or a new story then like Monty Python that feature goes off at the hauled themselves on to starred Michaet Pain ls not bidge white blokes would not funny stimate. hetn looks very tawa, yu ponations head of comedy has to start aonder ronrlates have omedy stars from John Cleese and auit suceessful television carers James Marttéor e head of comedy said brand of comedy that modern eyes. What, you outraged prelates have by the BBCtoday, the Headded Its about how originalthe yoice you have, rather than what school of which are now more than 50 years old, have many years of laughter Enic ldie to Stephen Fry and Hugh Lau- unveiled by the BBC Henry birthday special hosted by Sir Trevor McDonald and a lowe'en episode of Inside No 9, the hit their sell-by date. Nowadays, Monty honing their craft at Cambridge Comment live Hal- Footlights, but thenational broadcaster Monty Python. If the surreal brand of humoursilliness, I wonder how 5o now looking for more diversity senes Pemberton and Reece Shearsmith from The Leugue of Gentlemen, BBC Three has also handed three pilots to ri gave a break to Tim omedy doesn't age was groundbreaking and many well. Ask any innovative back in the Sixties, it doesn't look that age of 30 like me can sit through nonsense about Bill Oddie, who went on to form The and Olivia Colman nd crave sketchh shows and sitcoms dies. Other former members in actor. Gags that must have way today, As times have knights who say "ni or a Hounslow Girtby Ambreen Raz- ia, the Welsh coming-of-age story In My Skin by Kayleigh Peter Cook, Emma Thompson had the groundlings splitting their sides back has lost the shock factor much more than a changed. Monty Python dead parrot and raise ers had heard enough about the in the Bards day leave on which a lot of its and success depended. It reflect that bishops of the James Marriott is metropolitan, educated experience modern audiences stoney faced, however hard the show Tash and EBie by Natasi Demetriou and Ellie Whit Last year the media res lator Ofcom told the BBC seems almost quaint to The Times vith a sense of place", claimed Shane actors g llen, controller of BBC comedy e who reflect modern world and have got something to say that's different and we haven't seen The show's stars, David Mitchell and Robert Webb, were both members of the Footlights comedy group at Cam His, comments came as the BBC range of its led a seri mes fronted by female and ethnic es of new comedy pro- ge been told When you look at the ones recent comedies) that have done well caster's shows as too tr tional and risk-averse Asked if the drive risked discrimina-It's about telling stories that havent ting against teenagers who happenedto win a place at Oxbridge, Mr Allen in- fr Allen cited recent BBC Three etch show Fiamalam, which has an all- ack cast orporation was giving a platform to sisted there was no class war ban on they've got a really specific sense of ewtalent. Hesaid it had been 50 years "posh people" appearing on television place," he said, picking out award-win- t as an example of how the April that a row overal 35 Python, which he de However, he indicated that shows ning mockumentary This Country, set s The Young Offenders in a deprived Cotswolds village, and ducer-led gang show like Channel 4's acclaimed Peep Show, pres resign. ing to assemble a team about the lives of two middle-class BBC "If a sitcom comes in about three ow it's not going to be six Oxbridge graduates who share a flat after uni about two miscreant Irish teenagers versity, were not a priority for the BBC going to be a diverse <p><a href="http://friendly-neighborhood-patriarch.tumblr.com/post/175181203677/nunyabizni-this-is-the-most-wrong-thing-i-have" class="tumblr_blog">friendly-neighborhood-patriarch</a>:</p> <blockquote><p><a href="https://nunyabizni.tumblr.com/post/175181186232/this-is-the-most-wrong-thing-i-have-ever-laid-eyes" class="tumblr_blog">nunyabizni</a>:</p><blockquote><p>This is the most wrong thing I have ever laid eyes on</p></blockquote> <p>*pours myself a full pint of bourbon*</p></blockquote>
Birthday, Church, and England: Monty Python too white for today's BBC
 uihew Moore MedireondentT
 guys who move to London n a nat
 Theyre
 even
 Church of England once The sketch show, which
 television to denounce a diverse enough, the BBCS
 nHele o ce sa oho sa
 resticulate. Of course, not
 same
 estimate, Peter
 share, thejokes feel quite familiar andit
 feels like you're not breaking any new
 ground or telling or a new story then
 like Monty Python that feature
 goes off at the hauled themselves on to starred Michaet Pain ls not
 bidge white blokes would not funny stimate. hetn looks very tawa, yu
 ponations head of comedy has to start aonder ronrlates have
 omedy stars from John Cleese and
 auit suceessful television carers James Marttéor e
 head of comedy said
 brand of comedy that
 modern eyes. What, you
 outraged prelates have
 by the BBCtoday, the
 Headded Its about how originalthe
 yoice you have, rather than what school
 of which are now more
 than 50 years old, have
 many years of laughter
 Enic ldie to Stephen Fry and Hugh Lau-
 unveiled by the BBC
 Henry birthday special hosted by Sir
 Trevor McDonald and a
 lowe'en episode of Inside No 9, the
 hit their sell-by date.
 Nowadays, Monty
 honing their craft at Cambridge
 Comment
 live Hal-
 Footlights, but thenational broadcaster
 Monty Python. If the
 surreal brand of humoursilliness, I wonder how
 5o
 now looking for more diversity
 senes
 Pemberton and Reece Shearsmith from
 The Leugue of Gentlemen, BBC Three
 has also handed three pilots to ri
 gave a break to Tim
 omedy doesn't age was groundbreaking and many
 well. Ask any
 innovative back in the
 Sixties, it doesn't look that
 age of 30 like me can sit
 through nonsense about
 Bill Oddie, who went on to form The
 and Olivia Colman
 nd crave sketchh shows and sitcoms
 dies. Other former members in actor. Gags that must have way today, As times have knights who say "ni or a
 Hounslow Girtby Ambreen Raz-
 ia, the Welsh coming-of-age
 story In My Skin by Kayleigh
 Peter Cook, Emma Thompson
 had the groundlings
 splitting their sides back has lost the shock factor much more than a
 changed. Monty Python
 dead parrot and raise
 ers had heard enough about the in the Bards day leave
 on which a lot of its
 and
 success depended. It
 reflect that bishops of the
 James Marriott is
 metropolitan, educated experience modern audiences stoney
 faced, however hard the
 show Tash and EBie by Natasi
 Demetriou and Ellie Whit
 Last year the media res
 lator Ofcom told the BBC
 seems almost quaint to
 The Times
 vith a sense of place", claimed Shane actors g
 llen, controller of BBC comedy
 e who reflect modern
 world and have got something to say
 that's different and we haven't seen
 The show's stars, David Mitchell and
 Robert Webb, were both members of
 the Footlights comedy group at Cam
 His, comments came as the BBC range of
 its
 led a seri
 mes fronted by female and ethnic
 es of new comedy pro-
 ge
 been told When you look at the ones
 recent comedies) that have done well
 caster's shows as too tr
 tional and risk-averse
 Asked if the drive risked discrimina-It's about telling stories that havent
 ting against teenagers who happenedto
 win a place at Oxbridge, Mr Allen in-
 fr Allen cited recent BBC Three
 etch show Fiamalam, which has an all-
 ack cast
 orporation was giving a platform to sisted there was no class war ban on they've got a really specific sense of
 ewtalent. Hesaid it had been 50 years "posh people" appearing on television place," he said, picking out award-win-
 t as an example of how the
 April that a row overal
 35
 Python, which he de However, he indicated that shows ning mockumentary This Country, set
 s The Young Offenders
 in a deprived Cotswolds village, and
 ducer-led gang show like Channel 4's acclaimed Peep Show,
 pres
 resign.
 ing to assemble a team about the lives of two middle-class BBC
 "If a sitcom comes in about three
 ow it's not going to be six Oxbridge graduates who share a flat after uni about two miscreant Irish teenagers
 versity, were not a priority for the BBC
 going to be a diverse
<p><a href="http://friendly-neighborhood-patriarch.tumblr.com/post/175181203677/nunyabizni-this-is-the-most-wrong-thing-i-have" class="tumblr_blog">friendly-neighborhood-patriarch</a>:</p>

<blockquote><p><a href="https://nunyabizni.tumblr.com/post/175181186232/this-is-the-most-wrong-thing-i-have-ever-laid-eyes" class="tumblr_blog">nunyabizni</a>:</p><blockquote><p>This is the most wrong thing I have ever laid eyes on</p></blockquote>
<p>*pours myself a full pint of bourbon*</p></blockquote>

<p><a href="http://friendly-neighborhood-patriarch.tumblr.com/post/175181203677/nunyabizni-this-is-the-most-wrong-thing-i-have" class="tumbl...

America, Clothes, and College: O4G19:39 pervocracy I wonder if one of the causes of animosity towards "entitled millennials" is that many millennials are poor people who look rich. Theres this growing class of people who wear nice clothes, have fancy new electronic gadgets, go out to eat nice food... and will never own a home or have a retirement fund or put a child through college. It's so easy to say "if you cut down on the avocado toast maybe you could save up", and so hard to accept that a house these days is fifty thousand avocado toasts, and thats why so many of us have just given up. We don't treat ourselves because we think the world will take care of us when we get older, we treat ourselves because we know it won't. Might as well feel and look good on the way down geobrarian think you're absolutely right. And what compounds this image is the fact that fancy new gadgets and nice looking clothes and elevated toast ARE all relatively cheap compared to how they look. The cost of things has gone way down while the price of property has skyrocketed. I can buy a full outfit, a phone case with an external charger embedded, and lunch at a local business for under $50 total, but then I'll walk home to 4619:39 business for under $50 total, but then I'll walk home to my apartment because I can't afford a car payment or a mortgage. It's unintentional smoke and mirrors bogleech Older, better off people also have difficulty understanding the cell phone thing because they remember cell phones being a luxury for thousands of dollars practically yesterday in their personal timeline of the world. They often have sincerely no idea you can get at least a flip phone for $10 and pay as you go And foods that used to be "exotic dining" in America like sushi and pho and curry have normalized enough, especially in cities, to be as inexpensive as a typical quick Tunch kyraneko Yep. There's an aspect of frugality to turning your buying choices to what gets you the most bang for your buck, and now that you can have sushi for the price of McDonald's, buy a suit from the thrift store and have it tailored to you for less than the price of a new pain of jeans, and find smartphones for under a hundred dollars or even free with data plan, that is the sort of also like, half of the stuff is not only nolonger a luxery but its an actual necessity, if you dont have a computer it just became so much harder to apply for jobs, if you dont have a phone how are they going to contact you for the interview? Fuente: pervocracy 76,101 notas karlcat elliexer turnon me: the lives of all creatures have intrinsic value fly: buzz buzz me: Millennials kill the poverty stereotypes industry. Bonus meme at the end.
America, Clothes, and College: O4G19:39
 pervocracy
 I wonder if one of the causes of animosity
 towards "entitled millennials" is that many millennials
 are poor people who look rich. Theres this growing
 class of people who wear nice clothes, have fancy new
 electronic gadgets, go out to eat nice food... and will
 never own a home or have a retirement fund or put a
 child through college.
 It's so easy to say "if you cut down on the avocado toast
 maybe you could save up", and so hard to accept that
 a house these days is fifty thousand avocado toasts,
 and thats why so many of us have just given up. We
 don't treat ourselves because we think the world will
 take care of us when we get older, we treat ourselves
 because we know it won't. Might as well feel and look
 good on the way down
 geobrarian
 think you're absolutely right. And what compounds
 this image is the fact that fancy new gadgets and nice
 looking clothes and elevated toast ARE all relatively
 cheap compared to how they look. The cost of things
 has gone way down while the price of property has
 skyrocketed. I can buy a full outfit, a phone case with
 an external charger embedded, and lunch at a local
 business for under $50 total, but then I'll walk home to

 4619:39
 business for under $50 total, but then I'll walk home to
 my apartment because I can't afford a car payment or a
 mortgage.
 It's unintentional smoke and mirrors
 bogleech
 Older, better off people also have difficulty
 understanding the cell phone thing because they
 remember cell phones being a luxury for thousands of
 dollars practically yesterday in their personal timeline of
 the world. They often have sincerely no idea you can get
 at least a flip phone for $10 and pay as you go
 And foods that used to be "exotic dining" in America
 like sushi and pho and curry have normalized enough,
 especially in cities, to be as inexpensive as a typical
 quick Tunch
 kyraneko
 Yep. There's an aspect of frugality to turning your
 buying choices to what gets you the most bang for your
 buck, and now that you can have sushi for the price of
 McDonald's, buy a suit from the thrift store and have
 it tailored to you for less than the price of a new pain
 of jeans, and find smartphones for under a hundred
 dollars or even free with data plan, that is the sort of

 also like, half of the stuff is not only nolonger a luxery
 but its an actual necessity, if you dont have a computer
 it just became so much harder to apply for jobs, if you
 dont have a phone how are they going to contact you for
 the interview?
 Fuente: pervocracy
 76,101 notas
 karlcat
 elliexer
 turnon
 me: the lives of all creatures have intrinsic value
 fly: buzz buzz
 me:
Millennials kill the poverty stereotypes industry. Bonus meme at the end.

Millennials kill the poverty stereotypes industry. Bonus meme at the end.

Complex, Food, and Head: delladilly do you ever see someone in some quiet intimate moment and suddenly love them so desperately you feel like you're dying air in Us es mrrrl I love seeing grown humans setting about little creative tasks out of boredom and then looking quietly pleased with themselves, like maybe a middle-aged woman on her train home from work manages to make a tower out of empty coffee creamers and gazes at it proudly for a few seconds I love seeing other people make the overblown OOPS I FORGOT SOMETHING performance for no-one that most of us do when we have to turn around in the middle of the pavement. I love seeing stony-faced people in queues unable to contain a smile when a baby looking over its mother's shoulder in front of them locks eyes and does that astonished stare brittajj26 when someone is standing in line and they don't quite dance to the music playing, but you can SEE their head bop and them mouthing the words when someone thinks no one's paying attention and they sing-talk themselves thru a task when they laugh or try to hide a laugh when looking at their phone elodieunderglass when someone does the thing where they enter another space (such as a supermarket aisle) striding with total purpose, then suddenly forget what they're doing/looking for, and stop there looking blank for a millisecond while they reboot. - when people are looking for scissors, in their home or in a store and they make the scissors gesture with their non-dominant hand as an aid to remind them what they're doing when automatic social interactions glitch, like when you tell a waiter that you hope he enjoys his food too, or tell the stranger on the phone that you love them - the hand gesture people make when they're thinking at their computer, not typing, and their elbow rests on the table, and they feel the edge of their fingernail with their thumb. This is such a lovely little gesture and to my knowledge I have never seen it in fiction. You'd think it would come up all the time in fic. - when you're sharing an experience with a complete stranger (like watching a seagull throw up in public, or waiting for a late train) and you make eye contact, and some comment to each other, and then you guys are, like, ALLIES now. Like you would willingly ride to war to save them. You can't make eye contact again, but you are very aware of them , baffling and complex inner - just evidence of other people's rich lives happylilprompts This... I want to see more of this in writing. They're such giving details, I love it. quietnighty "evidence of other people's rich, baffling and complex inner lives" is exactly my very favorite thing to see in writing and media thanks @elodieunderglass and @happylilprompts. Why does realism in storytelling tend to focus on details of pain, fear, or horror and so rarely on these sorts of moments, which are just as universal and real. When did realistic become synonymous with awful, dark, and the abominable "gritty? <p>These little things throughout the day via /r/wholesomememes <a href="https://ift.tt/2LXDYuR">https://ift.tt/2LXDYuR</a></p>
Complex, Food, and Head: delladilly
 do you ever see someone in some quiet intimate moment and
 suddenly love them so desperately you feel like you're dying
 air
 in
 Us
 es
 mrrrl
 I love seeing grown humans setting about little creative tasks out of
 boredom and then looking quietly pleased with themselves, like
 maybe a middle-aged woman on her train home from work manages
 to make a tower out of empty coffee creamers and gazes at it proudly
 for a few seconds
 I love seeing other people make the overblown OOPS I FORGOT
 SOMETHING performance for no-one that most of us do when we
 have to turn around in the middle of the pavement.
 I love seeing stony-faced people in queues unable to contain a smile
 when a baby looking over its mother's shoulder in front of them locks
 eyes and does that astonished stare
 brittajj26
 when someone is standing in line and they don't quite dance to the
 music playing, but you can SEE their head bop and them mouthing
 the words
 when someone thinks no one's paying attention and they sing-talk
 themselves thru a task
 when they laugh or try to hide a laugh when looking at their phone
 elodieunderglass
 when someone does the thing where they enter another space
 (such as a supermarket aisle) striding with total purpose, then
 suddenly forget what they're doing/looking for, and stop there looking
 blank for a millisecond while they reboot.
 - when people are looking for scissors, in their home or in a store
 and they make the scissors gesture with their non-dominant hand as
 an aid to remind them what they're doing
 when automatic social interactions glitch, like when you tell a waiter
 that you hope he enjoys his food too, or tell the stranger on the
 phone that you love them
 - the hand gesture people make when they're thinking at their
 computer, not typing, and their elbow rests on the table, and they feel
 the edge of their fingernail with their thumb. This is such a lovely little
 gesture and to my knowledge I have never seen it in fiction. You'd
 think it would come up all the time in fic.
 - when you're sharing an experience with a complete stranger (like
 watching a seagull throw up in public, or waiting for a late train) and
 you make eye contact, and some comment to each other, and then
 you guys are, like, ALLIES now. Like you would willingly ride to war
 to save them. You can't make eye contact again, but you are very
 aware of them
 , baffling and complex inner
 - just evidence of other people's rich
 lives
 happylilprompts
 This... I want to see more of this in writing. They're such giving
 details, I love it.
 quietnighty
 "evidence of other people's rich, baffling and complex inner
 lives" is exactly my very favorite thing to see in writing and media
 thanks @elodieunderglass and @happylilprompts. Why does
 realism in storytelling tend to focus on details of pain, fear, or horror
 and so rarely on these sorts of moments, which are just as universal
 and real. When did realistic become synonymous with awful, dark,
 and the abominable "gritty?
<p>These little things throughout the day via /r/wholesomememes <a href="https://ift.tt/2LXDYuR">https://ift.tt/2LXDYuR</a></p>

<p>These little things throughout the day via /r/wholesomememes <a href="https://ift.tt/2LXDYuR">https://ift.tt/2LXDYuR</a></p>

Complex, Food, and Head: delladilly do you ever see someone in some quiet intimate moment and suddenly love them so desperately you feel like you're dying air in Us es mrrrl I love seeing grown humans setting about little creative tasks out of boredom and then looking quietly pleased with themselves, like maybe a middle-aged woman on her train home from work manages to make a tower out of empty coffee creamers and gazes at it proudly for a few seconds I love seeing other people make the overblown OOPS I FORGOT SOMETHING performance for no-one that most of us do when we have to turn around in the middle of the pavement. I love seeing stony-faced people in queues unable to contain a smile when a baby looking over its mother's shoulder in front of them locks eyes and does that astonished stare brittajj26 when someone is standing in line and they don't quite dance to the music playing, but you can SEE their head bop and them mouthing the words when someone thinks no one's paying attention and they sing-talk themselves thru a task when they laugh or try to hide a laugh when looking at their phone elodieunderglass when someone does the thing where they enter another space (such as a supermarket aisle) striding with total purpose, then suddenly forget what they're doing/looking for, and stop there looking blank for a millisecond while they reboot. - when people are looking for scissors, in their home or in a store and they make the scissors gesture with their non-dominant hand as an aid to remind them what they're doing when automatic social interactions glitch, like when you tell a waiter that you hope he enjoys his food too, or tell the stranger on the phone that you love them - the hand gesture people make when they're thinking at their computer, not typing, and their elbow rests on the table, and they feel the edge of their fingernail with their thumb. This is such a lovely little gesture and to my knowledge I have never seen it in fiction. You'd think it would come up all the time in fic. - when you're sharing an experience with a complete stranger (like watching a seagull throw up in public, or waiting for a late train) and you make eye contact, and some comment to each other, and then you guys are, like, ALLIES now. Like you would willingly ride to war to save them. You can't make eye contact again, but you are very aware of them , baffling and complex inner - just evidence of other people's rich lives happylilprompts This... I want to see more of this in writing. They're such giving details, I love it. quietnighty "evidence of other people's rich, baffling and complex inner lives" is exactly my very favorite thing to see in writing and media thanks @elodieunderglass and @happylilprompts. Why does realism in storytelling tend to focus on details of pain, fear, or horror and so rarely on these sorts of moments, which are just as universal and real. When did realistic become synonymous with awful, dark, and the abominable "gritty? <p>These little things throughout the day</p>
Complex, Food, and Head: delladilly
 do you ever see someone in some quiet intimate moment and
 suddenly love them so desperately you feel like you're dying
 air
 in
 Us
 es
 mrrrl
 I love seeing grown humans setting about little creative tasks out of
 boredom and then looking quietly pleased with themselves, like
 maybe a middle-aged woman on her train home from work manages
 to make a tower out of empty coffee creamers and gazes at it proudly
 for a few seconds
 I love seeing other people make the overblown OOPS I FORGOT
 SOMETHING performance for no-one that most of us do when we
 have to turn around in the middle of the pavement.
 I love seeing stony-faced people in queues unable to contain a smile
 when a baby looking over its mother's shoulder in front of them locks
 eyes and does that astonished stare
 brittajj26
 when someone is standing in line and they don't quite dance to the
 music playing, but you can SEE their head bop and them mouthing
 the words
 when someone thinks no one's paying attention and they sing-talk
 themselves thru a task
 when they laugh or try to hide a laugh when looking at their phone
 elodieunderglass
 when someone does the thing where they enter another space
 (such as a supermarket aisle) striding with total purpose, then
 suddenly forget what they're doing/looking for, and stop there looking
 blank for a millisecond while they reboot.
 - when people are looking for scissors, in their home or in a store
 and they make the scissors gesture with their non-dominant hand as
 an aid to remind them what they're doing
 when automatic social interactions glitch, like when you tell a waiter
 that you hope he enjoys his food too, or tell the stranger on the
 phone that you love them
 - the hand gesture people make when they're thinking at their
 computer, not typing, and their elbow rests on the table, and they feel
 the edge of their fingernail with their thumb. This is such a lovely little
 gesture and to my knowledge I have never seen it in fiction. You'd
 think it would come up all the time in fic.
 - when you're sharing an experience with a complete stranger (like
 watching a seagull throw up in public, or waiting for a late train) and
 you make eye contact, and some comment to each other, and then
 you guys are, like, ALLIES now. Like you would willingly ride to war
 to save them. You can't make eye contact again, but you are very
 aware of them
 , baffling and complex inner
 - just evidence of other people's rich
 lives
 happylilprompts
 This... I want to see more of this in writing. They're such giving
 details, I love it.
 quietnighty
 "evidence of other people's rich, baffling and complex inner
 lives" is exactly my very favorite thing to see in writing and media
 thanks @elodieunderglass and @happylilprompts. Why does
 realism in storytelling tend to focus on details of pain, fear, or horror
 and so rarely on these sorts of moments, which are just as universal
 and real. When did realistic become synonymous with awful, dark,
 and the abominable "gritty?
<p>These little things throughout the day</p>

<p>These little things throughout the day</p>