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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.

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Mark on Thursday, 9 March 2017

Do you think you could make a video game company to do Larrikins into a video game because the movie did not work? It would be cool to be a little bilby in a video game. It would also help raise awareness of the bilby because it is an endangered species. or you could do a stage show larrikins - with puppets like the Lion King stage show. People who watch the musical could buy Pink Lady bilby chocolates in the intervals.

Robert Couchman on Thursday, 9 March 2017

Hi Tim, Just wanted to say Hi, it seemed like right place just wrong time, I was at JFK on Friday 3rd March, I had just done a domestic flight from Orlando and rushed over to Terminal 7 to meet my family arriving from London, standing waiting, getting my camera ready to see there excitement of me standing there (for context I had been working in America for a number of weeks). Then you appeared (must have had special treatment as there was no groups of people around you) at first I thought it was just someone who looked like you, but also if it was you, what would I say, I didn't want to look like some weird person walking up and asking for a picture with you, so I just waited in shock that I had met you in person. Don't want this to sound weird and reading it back it probably does, but maybe next time I could just say hi? Anyway I hope this was you, and wasn't some weird day dream (could have been as I was very tired) but hope you are OK, and hi! Rob (the one standing with his suitcases next to the chauffeur)

RUSSELL on Tuesday, 7 March 2017

Damn! Why didn't you tell me you were playing in NYC yesterday!

M Barni on Tuesday, 7 March 2017

Please come to Cleveland. The home of Rock-n-Roll needs you to perform here soon. God willing...

Sue on Tuesday, 7 March 2017

In a group of 12 ladies who travelled from WA wheatbelt to see Matilda on Saturday. I cried because it was that good! I saw parallels between Les Mis straight away, that got the goose bumps up. Am now listening to the sound track to familiarise myself with the words, as it was a bit hard to hear them all at the show. It's a shame there isn't radio air time for some of the songs BEFORE people see the show. Your PR people should be on to that. Am very proud to be a West Aussie as this show was world class, thanks to your amazing gift of composing...us country girls loved all the wicked humour, we laughed the loudest and gave the show a standing ovation. Can't wait to see it again!

Jacob on Monday, 6 March 2017

Hey Tim, From one, atheist, hippie 'storm' character debunker, alternative medicine skeptic, cardinal pell criticiser and good old fashioned rationalist to another, what's it going to cost to get you to play at my wedding in Perth? I mean if I can't have you, I'm sure someone else would do but would they be as good at tracing

Bumpers on Monday, 6 March 2017

Saw the Instagram post for 54 Below show tomorrow night. Yea! Then I read why this unexpected surprise. Boo. Trying to get tix. Sold out. Yea for you, boo for me. Can't imagine the disappointment over four years of hard work. Well, in a way, I can. Not on the same scale.--My Shakespeare theatre company was alive and well for 4 years. Then some malignant narcissistic twits tore it down. Devastating, devastated. Recovery time both emotional and financial was a long road. Lessons learned were awful --at first, then, life-changing --for the better. Wishing you a smooth landing and more time with family and real friends. Heal, rest, recoup, hug children, and perhaps get the hell out of LA (?). No doubt, there are many good things to come from you Mr. M. Keeping a good thought for those, and hoping you can find some perspective on this major disappointment sooner than later. If I can't get tickets for tomorrow night, I'll raise a glass to you anyway. To Better days (and smarter people!)

Anna on Sunday, 5 March 2017

Tim, I hope, everything will be all right with you and your music! All your friends and fandom support you and love you! Forget about bad news about "Larrikins"! You are wonderful and great! And thank you for your creativity! (sorry for my bad language, I am not native-english speaker). I am far away from USA and "54" club, but I wish you good luck and drink for you:-*

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