Last year, we had a Christmas pudding that was two years old and it was superb, whereas a one-year-old pudding wasn't nearly as tasty.I read that a supermarket won an award for its two-year-matured puddings.The 'YES' sign plastered over the AFL logo at its Melbourne headquarters has been taken down after the move was widely criticised by the football community.Fans, past players and former coaches were in uproar on Wednesday after AFL boss Gillon Mc Lachlan made the resounding declaration of support for marriage equality.Several clubs have publicly supported same-sex marriage, but Carlton, while declaring themselves a 'leader in engendering equality', didn't endorse a 'yes' vote.'As a club, we respect that this is about personal choice, and as such don't intend to campaign on the issue,' a club statement said after the 'YES' sign was erected.
But personally, I will not support gay marriage,' he tweeted. Of course the organisation should be seeking a world free of discrimination for ALL involved in this great game.' It came after the AFL boss, whose pro-gay marriage views are well known, stressed the importance of the league's support for the 'yes' campaign.
She has talked to Brad Pitt, George Clooney, Johnny Depp and Robert De Niro. In July, Miss Klass, who is the face of Marks & Spencer, said she had been offered ‘more than the interview’ by three stars.
She said: ‘One would bring down Hollywood if the story ever got out.
'Sport and politics - it shouldn't mix to the point where one side is being pushed more than the other,' Brown said.'It should be more of inclusiveness and everybody together, and I just think this issue's become nasty.' Radio personality Neil Mitchell said the AFL's stance was counter-productive.'I think it is pointless, I think it will irritate people and I don't want to be lectured to by the AFL,' he said on 3aw.'I think it will annoy people more than achieve anything for the vote.
People are getting sick of this approach, and I say this as a supporter of the 'yes' side.'Why do we have to do it this way?