Scene from Monty Python and the Holy Grail.
Yes, in his misspent youth, Uncle Cephas used to watch Monty Python's Flying Circus. Yes, and I'm aware how a lot of it could get downright blasphemous. However, as a lover of documentaries, I couldn't help myself with the minor theme in Monty Python and the Holy Grail, with the "Noted Historian" commenting in best documentary manner on the Arthurian legends, only to be cut down in mid-sentence by one of the subjects of his talk, and then having snippets of police questioning his widow, hunting clues, and, in the end, in the midst of a great battle scene, swooping onto the battel field to arrest several of King Arthur's stalwarts.
Now, Michael Palin, one of the Pythons, has come out to state that his old crew would never mock Islam. Why? There are a lot of humorless people out there and they're well-armed. Apparently, Sir Michael is a good disciple of Bertrand Russell who'd rather live on his knees than die on his knees, and is now living on his knees. Brave,brave, brave Sir Michael!
So, how do you address a bold iconoclast of yesteryear?
Stick your thumbs in your armpits, flap your arms, and say, "Buck-buck-cluck-AAAAH! Buck-buck-cluck-AAAAH!"