Tak, to się czasem zdarza. Szczególnie jeśli szukałeś czegoś w Google i to coś znajdowało się przez ostatnie 15-cie lat na naszych stronach. A teraz już tego nie ma bo… po tych 15-tu latach mamy w końcu nowy serwis. I tylko część funkcjonalności i materiałów została przeniesiona z poprzedniego. Porzuciliśmy to, czego w większości nikt nigdy nie czytał… Ale może znajdziesz to w nowym serwisie – zapraszamy do przeglądania.


Yes, you found the castle of Aaargh, it does happen sometimes. Especially if you were looking for something in Google, something we had in our web service for the last 15 years but now we do not have, cause we got ourselves a new web service eventually. We moved just part of the materials and functionality to it, cause let’s face it: no one really reads WWW anymore. But please try to browse our new WWW, maybe what you were looking for is still here somewhere…


There! Look!
What does it say? What language is that?
Brother Maynard, you’re our scholar.
It is Aramaic!
Of course. Joseph of Arimathea!
-Of course.
-What does it say?
It reads, „Here may be found…
„…the last words of Joseph of Arimathea:
„’He who is valiant and pure of spirit…
„’…may find the Holy Grail…
„’…in the Castle of Aaargh.”'
What?
„The Castle of Aaargh.”
What is that?
He must have died while carving it.
-Come on!
-That’s what it says.
Look, if he was dying,
he wouldn’t bother to carve „Aaargh.”
-He’d just say it.
-That’s what’s carved in the rock.
-Perhaps he was dictating it.
-Shut up!
-Does it say anything else?
-No!
Just „Aaargh.”
Aaargh.
Do you suppose he meant the Camargue?
-Where’s that?
-ln France, I think.
-lsn’t there a St. Aaargh’s in Cornwall?
-No, that’s St. Ives.
St. Ives.
No, „Aaargh.” At the back of the throat.
No, in surprise and alarm!
-You mean a sort of a „Ah!”
-Yes, that’s right.
My God!
It’s the Legendary Black Beast of Aaargh!
That’s it! Run away!
We’ve lost him.
As the horrendous Black Beast
lunged forward…
…escape for Arthur
and his knights seemed hopeless.
When, suddenly, the animator
suffered a fatal heart attack.
The cartoon peril was no more.
The quest for the Holy Grail
could continue.

Monty Python and the Holy Grail