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James, 79 y.o.
London, United Kingdom [Current City]


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Joined 1 year ago, profile updated 3 years ago.

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Reply - Conversation - Jun 1
Not so far. I only miss friends.
Reply - Conversation - Apr 23
It is a stock photo. I am happy to hear London love the US. Do you think they would like to adopt us? We can't take care of our selves anymore.
Reply - Conversation - Apr 23
If you choose a particular photo, I shall be happy to tell you all about where it was shot and when.............
Reply - Conversation - Apr 23
Hi Rayne

So glad you like London and my pics! They are mostly central London , some from near Hampton Court Palace and Kingston where I live...........1976 was the most sunny joyous carefree summer ever here, also the time of my 'Blue Bayou' because my first Daughter was born.....................btw, I'm goin back someday lol........most folk here love all things American,
Reply - Conversation - Apr 20
James where are those pictures from? We were in the UK in 1976.
I truly love it there. It sure made us Americans look even more stupid.
Reply - Conversation - Apr 20
Hello James,
Thank You Very Much For Your Message @ The Wall.
" Which Vegetable You Should Never Invite On A Boat Trip...?
" A LEEK ".....
Reply - Conversation - Aug 1
Hi James,
I have enjoyed reading your profile as it resonates so much with what I feel. I especially enjoyed your thoughts and description of London as I am English and lived there for 7 years. Still miss it a lot. Australia is a good country but nothing compares to "home" Iv'e yet to look at your links but when time permits will do so with interest.
Reply - Conversation - Jul 9
Flo Id Love to hear your views on Boris
Reply - Conversation - Jun 29
Hi James, nice of you to pop by.
As I am one of those crazy Brexiteers, who waited 40 years from voting NO in the first referendum and was happy to live to see us again just part of Europe but not ruled by it……I’m guessing we would best just say Hi and Bye.
No hard feelings eh, all the best.
Reply - Conversation - Jun 10
"You responded to what I have on my wall saying "so comforting to see someone say 'a person who" instead of 'a person that'. Just found that amusing and thought we might correspond. (My dad was an unofficial member of the grammar/speech police). lol
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