You'll be able to see the horse colours, their numbers, jockeys and all kinds of other information for a horse race I have never heard of projected onto the sails. I suppose that is the point of advertising. The boss lady of the Opera House said no, but the boss lady of New South Wales, Our Glad, said yes at the behest of an appallinging rude shock jock radio broadcaster, (do scroll down to Other Cases) who has a couple of mates and co company owners who are very involved in horse racing. Rum and Rebellion is alive and well in New South Wales.
I've heard a rumour. Next week Aldi will have child safe trampolines on special and Aldi has been granted rights to project a community child health and exercise advertisement on the sails of the Opera House, featuring photos of guess what? Yep, a trampoline, on sale, so, snap it up now at Aldi. Do get there early, as stocks won't last.
The commercialisation of public space, public buildings and public transport makes me sick in my heart and I am very disappointed to learn that Our Glad, NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian, has submitted with seemingly base animal lust (I didn't need a thesaurus to find another phrase for bitch dog on heat) to the wails of commercial interest and in particular the exercable Alan Jones.
Kiddies, put your hands up if you know what the most corrupt sport in the world is? Yes, boy at the back with pigtails, you are correct, but everyone knows that about horse racing. I meant beyond that. I thought that would go without saying.