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Any time you want to disengage from a conversation, (or to startle
those in close vicinity) simply activate your Baseball Cap Sprinkler
Curtain. This results in a continuous fan of fine droplets of water
being emitted from the row of nozzles embedded in
outside edge of the cap's projecting peak.
You can hide behind this spectacle, or if you have a long enough tongue (very long) you can stick it out, interrupting the flow and adding even more drama.
The reservoir and pumping apparatus to facilitate this activity are
stored in a convenient backpack. Mosquito destroying agents may
also be introduced to the water to add to the general
functionality. A crowd may be dispersed by turning up the
pressure, as this creates an even wider circle of deployment, but
of course this action also quickly drains the reservoir.
Baseball Cap Sprinkler can also be used to water a small lawn in
mid-summer by walking about or pirouetting if you're more
Inevitable deluxe version facilitates the generation of coloured
liquid curtain variations, via sets of bright leds that are also
located in the peak.
||You know, it has just occurred to me. Im familiar with
what a baseball cap is, youth culture wears them all the
time, and has done for decades. There must also be
something called baseball for there to be a cap of it (or
for it). I wonder what this might be? A ball that is the base
of something, like the base of a tree or base of a pyramid?
A ball that acts as the base of some kind of operation, such
as how many newspapers were based in Fleet Street until
they werent. A ball that is actually based on something,
like fact or fiction or an economy being based on leaves. I
suppose Ill just go back to my prior assumption that it was
a curious but meaningless name to give a hat with only a
peak at the front and no brim elsewhere. It could have
been called an emittersphere hat, and itd have been just
as abstract and sufficient.
||Don't be silly, [Ian]; a baseball cap is a rule to prevent excess in
baseball. Baseball itself is a numbering system where the digits
run from zero to ball-minus-one. If not capped at, say, 49, the
value of "ball" would rise too high, destabilizing the system. A
sprinkler makes a very sensible addition. [+]