From a press release:

“Klink, an app-based service for on-demand beer, wine and spirits delivery, is running a limited promotion to celebrate one year of delivering in the District. On June 20, 2015, from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m., D.C. residents will be able to purchase select varieties of wine – normally priced at about $15.00 – for only $0.02.

Here’s how it works. Customers can access Klink’s website at klinkdelivery.com or download the Klink Delivery app from the Apple App Store or Google Play. They will see the $0.02 wine items, which they can add to their cart along with any other products from Klink’s inventory. There is a limit of one discounted bottle of red wine and one discounted bottle of white wine per customer, for a maximum of two bottles of two-cent wine per order. Today only, Klink is waiving its $20 delivery minimum. Delivery is a flat fee of $3.87 regardless of order size.”

Open House: Lee and Marty from ChristineDriscoll on Vimeo.

“The first two episodes follow one character, Tabitha, while she looks for a spot in a group house in the competitive and high-strung world of DC group houses. As anyone familiar with the process knows, the challenge of convincing strangers that you are the best possible version of yourself is sometimes demeaning, always strange, and often funny.”

Open House: George and Chuck from ChristineDriscoll on Vimeo.

good humor

Gotta respect the good sense of humor!

A reader admits:

“Yesterday, I reached a new milestone and managed to find myself locked between the two front doors in the entry to my almost-purchased new home in Truxton Circle. After twenty minutes of trying to open the doors, sitting on the floor, checking work emails, wasting time on social media, my relator came to let me out.

New homeowners beware—bring all keys with you at all times!”