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Here’s a place you can leave random comments about stuff that you feel isn’t particularly related to the News. Maybe you just want to say hi. Maybe you want to critique a piece of my work. Maybe you want to ask me where I live and come and bring me cookies. Whatever. Stick it in the box down below.

Oh, and please don’t post links or email addresses, or the spambot filter robot will take offence and refuse to publish.

Incidentally, if you’d like to find out more, and you think maybe you can mix it with the highly intelligent, witty, grammatically-correct and aesthetically-sublime individuals that constitute the membership of what I – with typical humility – like to refer to as the Me Forum, then you should go to the Angry (Feet) Forum page

Joanna on Sunday, 23 November 2014

What a wonderful gift you are to this world of sameness and conformity and mass consumption. THANK YOU!

Scott Nielsen on Sunday, 23 November 2014

I wold like to say thank you, I now know i am not alone in my beliefs. Keep up the fight. You are a braver than you know.

Julio Oliveira on Saturday, 22 November 2014

Hey Tim just came here to say that you're really awesome. I love your work, you're pretty talented. I glad to have found your videos and glad to live in a world that Tim Minchin exist. Hope everything good for you. Big hug from Brazil (I'm waiting a concert here alright? haha) keep it up man.

Balázs Török on Saturday, 22 November 2014

Dear Tim, I am obviously very amused by your art or illustrative whining about stupidity and poor judgemental and logical skills of humans. Currently I am listening to your song “Prejudice” and having fun here. So I have been thinking recently whether you may have an opinion about my dilemma: Suppose in case Superman was to drink a cup of coffee in a coffeeshop and he notices on top of the service being rather bad that the milk is out of date. Now is he going to report it or put in a complaint as any responsible citizen would do? Or is he going to say it is a waste of his very valuable time that is mainly for catching flying people to have sex with them afterwards? Is he allowed to judge whether improving the general quality of service and avoiding food poisioning of others is worth the same as having a self-indulgent conversation with Lex Luthor about what is right and what is against Mr. Superman’s taste and then lighting up himself in front of a crowd as saviour (is that how they spell it?) of the weak? If he is from another planet and much smarter than us, isn’t he supposed to start doing freakin’ cancer research to save a lot more people than he is doing currently (even if he only cares about Metropolis) and shouldn’t he be also brave enough to take the risk of failing badly at research because he was (and who wouldn’t be) really lazy to study science when you can shoot fucking lasers from your very eyes? Is he allowed to distort the general public’s taste by advertising very ill-matched color schemes? It would be my pleasure to listen to/read your thoughts about the ethical aspect of our fantasy heroes’ work in general. There are much bigger concerns of mine of course. ARE YOU COMING TO EASTERN EUROPE? HUNGARY? I am sure you can overlook my spelling or grammar mistakes. Best retards, Balázs Török secret admirer (hands over duvet!)

Summer on Tuesday, 18 November 2014

You are so fucking rock You are so goddamn rock You are so motherfucking rock. Don't you know I wanna rock it with you. I mean, really, what else is there to say?

Mary (the same one who posted on 9 November) on Monday, 17 November 2014

Sang my Tim Minchin-inspired song (to "Not Perfect") during church service, as planned. Yep. Your name was in a Methodist Church bulletin in the U.S. I think I'll share verse 2 with you: Organized religion Sometimes scares me. When there’s lots of rules and Toxic hatred So much damage to the world. When Christian hatred is unfurled. It is really not what we’re supposed to do. If I blame these shooting tragedies On people who are not like me I give all Christians a bad name to the world. Organized religion Can be unkind In the name of Christianity, God’s love’s undermined It’s not perfect It’s not fine. It’s not perfect….

Stanislav on Sunday, 16 November 2014

little 24 years old boy from f****ng militant country (russia of course) searches the life aim

David Derby on Sunday, 16 November 2014

Hi Tim, your work is amazing, I recently introduced my girlfriend to your work and she loves it too, if you plan to tour at all in the U.S.A you should come by The washington D.C. area!

Andrew Gobeil on Sunday, 16 November 2014

Tim, you're absolutely brilliant! Can't tell you enough how much it makes me happy to watch you play. I hope you come to Canada some time soon!

Becky Pettitt on Saturday, 15 November 2014

Hi, So I was one of the fortunate ones who pre-ordered your Storm Limited Edition book way back in the Spring. Using a card that unknowingly expired before its release. They e-mailed to advise on three occasions but as those emails go through to my husband's phone, he presumed they were spam. My order was cancelled. I was just wondering if your name or work has ever been cited in divorce papers before? ;-)

Marcus on Tuesday, 11 November 2014

Hi tim I'm a year 7 student at Christ Church right now and I am doing my inspirational people research project on you. Is there any chance you could tell me some of the challenges you faced in your life? Thank you.

Mary on Sunday, 9 November 2014

You are amazing, and I'm a huge fan. Please tour the U.S. We need you to encourage us to think. True confession time: I'll be singing "Not Perfect" (with some of your lyrics and some of my lyrics) in a church service in which we will be changing our mission statement to ensure that the LGBT community know they are welcome. (See? Not all U.S. Christians are toxic fundamentalists.) Don't worry. It won't be recorded and show up on U-Tube. It's just for us. Verse 1 is basically your "earth" verse. Verse 2 is about toxic organized religion. Verse 3 is about our denomination, changing but still having a way to go. Verse 4 is about our church's decision to live the way we should, and Verse 5 is about how we are all perfect....and welcome.... It turned out pretty good, I think. As I prepared this, you gained some new U.S. fans (like you need fans...you have quite enough!) Thanks for expanding our horizons, filling out ears with beautiful piano renderings, and making us think and laugh.

Joanna on Friday, 7 November 2014

When are you next planning to come to New Zealand? Since having introduced your songs/performances to a number of my friends we are all SUPER keen to come and see a live show.....

Chunghui on Wednesday, 5 November 2014

Thank you, Tim. After watching the "occasional address" for a graduation ceremony at The University of Western Australia, I made some decisions on how I should live my life. Even though I've heard some of the ideas in the past, on graduations or classes, currently I'm kind of lost in the busy & lazy life without knowing why. As a result, I'm totally a mess in almost every aspect, unhealthy, leaving goals failed, leaving my house uncleaned... So now, with the most valuable suggestions from my favorite musician, I'll start to make some change by jogging regularly, trying to get my health and motives back on the right track. Thank you. Your big fan from Taiwan (Formosa).

Summer on Monday, 3 November 2014

In the other life I lead, the one that has me up at three in the morning walking my dogs, stealing flowers from the neighbor's yards, and hanging out with imaginary friends, you've become one of the cast of characters who shows up at the oddest times. Singing about boobs and bears and white wine. Unless of course, it's that guy from Two Door Cinema Club...

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