Windsor teen announces plan to assist with famine relief

Windsor, ON – In a discovery of epic proportions Christopher Dunne, age 17, of Windsor, Ontario has stumbled across a solution for world hunger and famine relief.   “I can’t believe someone hadn’t thought of this already.  It is so simple!” Mr. Dunne exclaimed at the start of his press conference on Friday morning to announce his discovery.

Mr. Dunne described the scene to the gathered media “I was watching television and I saw one of those commercials asking for a monthly donation for world famine relief and then it happened.   The very next commercial was for Skip-The-Dishes.  That’s when it hit me!  People who are starving and can’t get food just have to call Skip-The-Dishes or Uber-Eats or Grub-Hub and get the food delivered to them.  I use these all the time.  I am surprised no one has thought of this before!”

Mr. Dunne expanded further on his plan “And then this morning I saw a commercial that grocery stores deliver now too.   This is even better because people shouldn’t be eating take-out all the time that’s not good for you”.   Mr. Dunne concluded with an update on his plans for assisting with the problem of global climate change “I don’t want to go into too much detail here because I haven’t figured out all the logistics yet but involves really hot weather in third world countries and a really big air conditioner.”