When I am filled I can point...
[4544] When I am filled I can point... - When I am filled I can point the way. When I am empty, nothing moves me. I have two skins - One without and one within. What am I? - #brainteasers #riddles - Correct Answers: 13 - The first user who solved this task is Fazil Hashim
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When I am filled I can point...

When I am filled I can point the way. When I am empty, nothing moves me. I have two skins - One without and one within. What am I?
Correct answers: 13
The first user who solved this task is Fazil Hashim.
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A Beautiful Thing

My god! What happened to you?" the bartender asked Kelly as he hobbled in on a crutch, one arm in a cast.

"I got in a tiff with Riley."

"Riley? He's just a wee fellow," the barkeep said, surprised. "He must have had something in his hand."

"That he did," Kelly said. "A shovel it was."

"Dear Lord. Didn't you have anything in your hand?"

"Aye, that I did, Mrs. Riley's tit," Kelly said. "And a beautiful thing it was, but not much use in a fight."

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In 1910, the first U.S. patent for a steel-shafted golf club was issued to Arthur F. Knight of Schenectady, N.Y. (No. 976,267). The shaft was formed from tempered high-carbon steel tubing, in which the volume of metal decreases toward the head. The new construction was to provide an elastic, yet non-fibrous shaft, in order that "the line of flight of the ball may truly conform to the direction of the blow delivered by the player." The inventor described how at the time the customary use of an elastic but fibrous wood, such as selected seasoned hickory, would offer small resistance to twisting around the long axis of the shaft that resulted as the head of the club struck the ball. The use of steel solved this torsion problem.«
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