And no get backs!
Ner, ner, ner, ner ,nerrrrrrrrrrrrrrr.
Yes, I iz sooooo mature-like *snort*
1978 - Legendary Aboriginal cricketer Eddie Gilbert passed away aged 74; he had once knocked the bat from (Sir) Don Bradman's hand and dismissed him for a duck.
Long time readers will know I have little time for Bradman (and the whole holier-than-thou nonsense people write about him) but I'm very happy to report this chaps endeavours!
1851 - Twas a Friday, back in the day, ahhh, yes, I remember it well!
Anywho, the first Gold Licences were issued to those lovely gold diggers in Gum Sucker territory aka Victoria.
1987 - Peter Anderson, the NSW Minister for Health, pledged a sum of $500,000 to extend the availability of AZT which was used to delay the development of AIDS for those with HIV.
1996 - And we did gnash our teeth and weep long tears at the final ever game that Fitzroy Football Club ever played.
Well....I personally didn't but I imagine others may have....
1999 - Brian Greig, Australian Democrats Senator, used his maiden speech to describe the homophobic environment that lesbians and gay men live each day as akin to apartheid
1873 - Wailing and gnashing of teeth was not heard at this gathering - unless it was from some mothers fretting over the no-longer-Sunday-best-whites the fruit of her loins was sporting after a romp; 50 employers and 450 employees got together to have a banquet ohhh, errr, in Whites Assembly Rooms, King William St, Adelaide, to celebrate the very first 48 hour week.
1975 - The widely read 16-page monthly LGBT magazine Campaign was first published by Rod Stringer; the first issue was a princely $1 and sold 700 copies.