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your coments to JamesTaris@gmail.com
and I'll add them to my guestbook.
your Greek travel diary. I once spent many months there, mainly
on the island of Moni which is off Aegina. I'd got on a boat
to Crete but had to get off because I was so seasick, and
ended up in a sort of nudist camp with just one other bloke
and about 20 women. A great time.
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had a first glance at your website which is really great (read
also some of your poems which I found very expressive, personal
and professional and would love sending you some of mine ...
but they're all in German.)
have a cheeky face and its hard to believe you are the age
you say. Your (SX) diet must work :)
Berni (Melbourne, Australia)
You are a very impressive man with a very impressive vision
... Reading your speeches turned out to be so hilarious I
coudn't help myself cracking up every now and then to the
surprise (delight or annoyance) of the people around here...
I like most of your latest works (speeches), Pericles, The
Wandering Knight, Why The Boss Gets Paid More, and the factual,
superb and insipirational LIVE FOR THE JOURNEY, (NOT THE DESTINATION)...
SX Diet? Can you really attain a result that fast? You must
be looking great all the time, James.
Travel Diary - very well written and entertaining! Laughed
a number of times ... I especially loved the entry about the
tortoise pissing on you and the 3-card dealer... You could
turn this into a book one day.
Nanette (Melbourne, Australia)
read your poem 'She's A Gorilla'. Personally I wouldn't say
I hate it but it is not my style. The one I really like is
"Heaven". The others are more like lyrics and as I am not
very musical I can't make them come alive. My failure despite
being named after the saint of music! Like you I write poems
because it is therapeutic.
Cecilia (Brisbane, Australia)
have certainly got some really interesting stuff in your website.
I have already read a bit of your Travel Diary and found it
absolutely fascinating... It is true about not being able
to appreciate your own home until you travel overseas.. I
experienced that when I went to my own home land of Wales
UK 8 years ago... I must admit though we didn't have so much
grief over the water shortage as you experienced .. God I
don't know if I could handle that!!
Wendy (Melbourne, Australia)
certainly have an interesting twist on the story of the three
little pigs (The Kind-Hearted Wolf). I like it ! There are
always two sides to any story.
DONE! You have certainly put a great deal of effort.....and
yourself!!..........into your site.........(No poetry for
the past 4 years???).........You are very articulate, I enjoyed
your writing......I have to confess that I do not understand
your cartoons though......What do they mean!!!!!!
Sue (Melbourne, Australia)
think you have tremendous self confidence to be able to "bare
your soul" in such fashion. Apart from the "autobiographical"
content I found the layout, etc. to be excellent.
Mairin (Perth, Australia)
at your web page - you have had a more interesting life than
I have by the look of things.
Sharon (Melbourne, Australia)
enjoyed everthing Isaw and read. I tell you what, Ihave decided
to follow up your diet menu which of course costs no money.
I must admit that ... you are such an intelligent, lifely
and interesting person; jugdeing from your writings.
Judith (Cameroon - West Africa)
had a look at your website. You certainly seem very talented
and you obviously have a good sense of humour.
Maggie (Melbourne, Australia)
was looking at your web page and it is very interesting.
Marybel (Barranquilla, Colombia)
reason I am contacting you is because I wanted to get into
Web design... and I am having a hard time getting started.
I quit a Multi-media course early this year (just started)
... are you studying at present... please tell me what you
are up to.
Linda (Melbourne, Australia)
saw your website. It's nice and you're artistic.
Vivian (Manila, Philippines)
SX diet has a slight glitch in it I think. You see I'm a very
active person due to my work but I am not slim..the problem
with exercise is that you have to gradually increase it as
your body gets used to it..to have the effect of losing weight.
Anyway I hate exercise so it's a mute point.
Lee (Melbourne, Australia)