Friday Fluff #6
Back at it again in week 6! Seems like we're getting a lot of good news at the minute - except for the fact that only Western Australia and the ACT get a long bloody weekend for ANZAC Day. I mean, they all kinda feel like long weekends at the minute, and we just had one for Easter - but it's the bloody principal! But other than that, we're effectively flattening the curve in Australia - good on you, reader - Dr. Dre FINALLY uploaded his legendary album The Chronic to streaming services very quietly on 4/20 (how apt), and we've just rung in the end of Vintage 2020 and heck the wines are looking like they'll be a lot of fun - they might be in your fridge sooner than you think...
Anyways on to the Fluff. It's actually getting pretty tough to put these together at the moment - i'm running out of content! If you guys have got any good ones you wanna share, shoot em through to email@example.com and we'll give you a swell shout out! Booze this week? Gonna keep it real local and to one of our great mates: BK Wines. If ya'll have been tuning into the livestreams, we had the legendary Brendon Keys on last week which was such a treat - he swapped stories, shared plenty of great wine and we just had a blast! A few days later, his amazing other half Kirstyn dropped off a few of his finest, and one of our favourites is his 'Skin & Bones' Pinot Noir. Not many people make Pinot this good out of the Adelaide Hills, and that's saying something. Love you and love your work BK - FLUFF! P.S: Enjoy the Iso-Beard.
THE ADORABLE KANGAROO ISLAND DUNNART POPULATION IS LIKELY IMPROVING!
AUSTRIA AHEAD OF THE CURVE CLOSED ITS LAST COAL POWER PLANT!
BINGO IS BETTER WHEN MATTHEW MCCONAUGHEY HOSTS IT
ALRIGHT ALRIGHT ALRIGHT: Watch Matthew McConaughey host a virtual bingo game for residents at a senior living home in Texas pic.twitter.com/DINQ3peDHG— CBS News (@CBSNews) April 6, 2020
CAPTAIN TOM MOORE PLANNED TO RAISE 1000 POUNDS BEFORE HIS 100th BIRTHDAY FOR THE NHS. HE'S RAISED 15.5 MILLION.
Today I completed my final 10 laps, and although the mission is complete - I am going to keep on going.— Captain Tom Moore (@captaintommoore) April 16, 2020
The donations stand at 15.5 MILLION pounds - wow.
Thank you all - now let's continue to support our NHS!
Images by Emma Sohl - Capture The Light Photography#walkwithtom pic.twitter.com/UhDmUD3HCO