In September of 2014 I posted the famous Monty Python sketch on modern architecture as a reward, so I said at the time to readers of this blog, for those who managed to make it through my several prior posts. Why a reward was appropriate I don’t recall. Today, I offer the same skit as a reward for making it through my past several days of postlessness.
I have not posted because, first, I have done a job for a local institution that needed expert assistance (which they thought I had), and, second, because I have filled out a very tedious (but arguably necessary) form to help my publisher market my new book, Lost Providence, coming out on August 28 from History Press. Reading it will be its own reward.
It is, of course, my delusion perhaps that readers need to be rewarded for struggling through several days without any posts from AHAT (Architecture Here and There), but I will let that pass without comment so you can click on the Monty Python skit, “The Architect Sketch,” without further delay or obfuscation. Enjoy!
[A commenter, Lew Dana, notes the irony of this in light of the recent tower fire in London.]