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>My experience has been that Monty Python has a much stronger hold on
>the techno mentality. I've often heard cries of "run away, run away"
>drifting down the hallways, far more often than "Klatu, barrado,
Much as I love Monty Python, they're not on TV much and I think their
influence will fade (if it's not already fading). I heard a couple of
days ago that Ren and Stimpy is the current "techno-bond" standard.
An engineering student said he thought only engineers liked
R&S. So start watching Nickelodeon if you want to keep up with the
new generation of engineers!
Happy happy joy joy
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