Why do we ride in the rain, when it stresses immune systems already overtaxed by the wide-band chunkulation field? Some say that it is because tires skid better in the rain, and pavement is softer. Some say that the pollutants dissolved in the water produce stimulating effects. Some say that we like to show off the raingear that we construct from objects found in the gutter. The real reason is that it is impossible to avoid rain in Portland.
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