"Now, Stuart -- be nice."
That's like saying:
"Now, Torquemada -- be gentle." (info on Torquemada
Lompoc is a location of choice in the films and gags of W.C. Fields (a personal favourite): In Lompoc, a W.C. Fields trip for two
An amble in the comedian's footsteps yields enough history and hospitality to keep spirits high. By Barry Zwick, LA Times Staff Writer
W.C. Fields' 1940 movie classic is set in Lompoc, and my wife, Bobbie, and I have seen it countless times (and, of course, know the depiction of locals is fictional). In October, we decided to walk in Fields' footsteps. click for more
Getting back to the dance squad, I'm unaware of a parallel development in the UK. I fully understand that you find the "regimentation very unappealing."
<small>[ 20 September 2003, 01:53 AM: Message edited by: Stuart Sweeney ]</small>