ScoMo Tells The Arts To Start Putting On Some Fundraising Shows For The Struggling Coal Industry

Australian Prime Minister Scotty from marketing has called on Australia’s arts industry to come together and start organising some fundraising shows for the struggling coal industry, like they did for last summer’s bushfire victims.

“We are all in this together, so today I call on our country’s muso’s like Delta, Tina and good old Guy Sebastian to dust off their microphones and sing for our coal industry,” said Scotty from marketing. “It is tough for our countries miners, poor old Gina Rinehart is at risk of falling down the ladder of Australia’s most richest people.”

“Now, we wouldn’t want to see that happen would we?”

When asked why the Arts industry which has been decimated by Covid should be expected to bail out other industries, the Prime Minister said: “I reject the premise of your question.”

“Buskers can still busk and comedians can still tweet. There is work out there if you’re willing to have a go.”

“Now, if you’ll excuse me, I’m off to meet the Treasurer to re-jig the budget. We’ve booked the party room at Engadine Maccas for 10am and they don’t like it when you’re late….or miss the toilet.”

Mark Williamson

@MWChatShow

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