At Oxford I attended in the early 1970's, the Red College, Balliol, whose Master was then the Marxist historian, Christopher Hill. At table we used to talk of being egalitarians, as the Scouts (servants) waited upon us.(More sprouts, lads?) We, even those who came from aristocratic British families, disparaged, "the upper class twits," the toffs. In those days, Monty Python was still on television and we gravitated to the Junior Common Room to watch The Flying Circus and drink good English beer. Now, I am a serving professional to wealth. My goal is to perpetuate family dynasties in the best traditions of a cultured upper class. If only, if only, John Cleese would play me.