Wednesday, November 11, 2009
It's good to solve some of the worlds problems.
An Umbrella – This is a lightweight handheld collapsible canopy. When it rains, you expand the canopy until it covers your head and deflects the rain away from you.
A Hat – This is head covering often in the approximate form of a cone or a cylinder closed at its top end, and sometimes having a brim and other decoration. A Hat differs to an Umbrella in that it is not hand held. NB: A Hat is not be be mistaken for the Norwegian word Hat, which means Hatred.
Oil – Birds keep dry in the rain because their feathers have oil on them. Water just slides past the oil leaving the birds nice and dry. Now that you know this, you just need to cover yourself in birds feathers and you too can keep dry in the rain.
A Poncho – This is essentially a single large sheet of fabric with an opening in the center for the head. Rainproof ponchos normally are fitted with fasteners to close the sides once the poncho is draped over the body, with openings provided for the arms; many have hoods attached to ward off wind and rain.
Upside down boat – If you happen to have an upside down boat, get into it and you will not get wet.
This is just a few of the unique ways to keep dry in the rain. Now you just need to put them into practice. Next time, we turn our attention to numbers and explain our radical theories on what we call Addition, (the combining of two or more numbers together) Subtraction, (the opposite of addition - the deduction of numbers) and Lottery (a game of chance in which people buy numbered tickets in the hope of winning large amounts of money and loosening the shackles of financial burden)