Peter Parkour gave me an idea in one of his comments. I am actually going to look into this product and possibly buy one.
The Umbrella Cane.
Good for the rain and good for the sun and good as a weapon when I become a master at Cane-fu fighting.
Or should I go for the sword cane? Or would I just end up stabbing myself?
I do have one worry about Cane-fu fighting. Are we going to see young kids carrying around canes because they make good weapons? Will we see cane-fu fighting in the streets between the elderly cripples and young thugs? I have to master this soon to protect myself. The cane jab looks painful.
Here is a link to a hilarious video about senior cane-fu fighting.
“Cane-fighting converts say one of the best things about the cane is that it’s a legal weapon that can be carried anywhere, unconcealed. “No one will tell you can’t take it on an airplane,” says Victor Cushing, a 68-year-old who teaches women’s self-defense at the University of Scranton, in Pennsylvania.”
(Ganked from http://www.oddculture.com)
I also thought I should hang around festivals, theaters and events and hire myself out. I could even put an ad in the paper. My clients would pay for my ticket and I would let them use my handicapped placard so they would get great parking and great seats. I would get to see concerts and Imax movies for free. I wonder if that is illegal. Lazy people might even want me to go on vacation with them. There are perks to being handicapped. Travel with me and people let you cut in line, you get great seats in restaurants. The possibilities are endless. I just have a sneaking suspicion it’s not very ethical. But then again once I master cane-fu fighting I can become a bodyguard.