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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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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

Gregory cook on Friday, 30 June 2017

When george gets home i hope he goes straight round to your place and washes your feet

Gay McDonald on Thursday, 29 June 2017

Tim, just heard Not Perfect for the first time. Wow, did you write that just for me? Jest! But thanks anyway! Come home Cardinel Pell, we want to send you to hell....

Bonney Dieperink on Saturday, 24 June 2017

Loved Matilda - just saw it in Adelaide, South Australia. BRILLIANT!!!!!! I am so sorry that Australian (I am originally from South African) audiences are so lazy and can not stand and applaud for more than a minute. Your cast deserved at least 10 minutes. Thanks for a great show. Bravo!!!

Diederik Mallien on Thursday, 22 June 2017

Dear Tim, I used to love all of your shows. However, as I'm developing I'm starting to see how your work is full of dogma's. You dislike anything that is not purely scientific, but you don't argue about it....you only give one or two silly examples and laugh at everything that you think is wrong. If you were so brilliant (which I still think you are though), why don't you come up with some good arguments for science and against religion? I quote here from Storm: "Do you know what they call alternative medicine that's been proved to work? Medicine." But by proving you only mean in a scientific way, but you don't even consider the flaws of this scientific method itself. "This morning I took a natural remedy, derived from the bark of a willow tree [...] aspirine." But...couldn't you come up with a better, more relevant and meaningful example than just aspirine? Just would have liked you to take your own methods more serious and applying them. Instead you speak in dogmas. Thank you, I still love you

Penny on Sunday, 4 June 2017

The secret river is probably the most touching and difficult to watch program I've ever seen. It does however make me laugh that your very first scene is one of you just wearing boots 😂. It's a program I think everyone needs to watch to understand the effects of racism and discrimination at its absolute core

Dave on Thursday, 1 June 2017

Tim, please consider re-making the Pope song into the Trump song!!

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