Tin foil hat ?'s

Buzzard Breath

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I was going back through the past couple weeks of posts and it became blatantly obvious, that if I'm going to continue going out into the public, I'm going to need to get a tin foil hat. I went online to buy one from a retailer, but they had just posted a notice that tin foil hats were on backorder until 2015 due to the company having to fill an order to a single government agency. I personally think the government wants to keep tin foil hats away from the common Americans. Well, I know nothing about making a tin foil hat and need some advice.

1. Does the thickness of the foil matter? We're going into the summer and I would personally like the foil to be light-weight, kind of like a Mylar material. Do you think this will provide enough protection? If not, should I go with a medium weight foil, like regular Reynolds Wrap? Once fall hits, I'll go with the heavy duty Reynolds Wrap, so I should be covered for the cooler months.

2. Is the knock-off Kroger brand as good as the name brand tin foil? Foil is not that expensive, but I don't want to waste unnecessary money when I don't have to. If the Kroger brand is made with similar qualities as the name brand, I will save a few cents and be able to afford to make some tin foil hats for my pets. They need protection too.

3. Foil comes with a shiny side and a dull side. Which side do I have facing out? Do I have the shiny side facing out to deflect the thought reading rays? Or, do I have the shiny side facing in so my thoughts are reflected back in?

4. Style, the most important decision.

A. Ballcap � This is the obvious choice, because my tin foil ballcap would be similar in shape as most others wearing hats. I would blend right in with the rest of society. But, would it provide enough protection? What part of our brains produce thoughts and would a ballcap cover it?

B. Booney cap � I think the extra brim on these would provide the extra protection needed, but when I see someone wearing one, my first thought is �weirdo�. I�ve kind of ruled this one out.

C. Fedora � Now, that would make one bad*** tin foil hat. The problem with a fedora tin foil hat is that I�m a married man, and I don�t know how women could keep their hands off me while wearing a fedora tin foil hat.

D. Tilley hat style � This is what I�m leaning towards. The extra large brim would provide more than adequate protection. The bonus to this hat would be that I could create a little hidden pocket in the top and put a $20 bill in it. Then, if I loose it, whoever finds it can keep the $20 and send me back the hat. I know this concept works, because I once found a Tilley hat in the Little River and mailed it back to the owner. I even gave him his $20 back. You can�t buy my honesty.

If anyone has some advice with directions on making a tin foil hat, please help me out.
 

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I quite wearing mine ever since they started adding mind control enzymes in the Fluoride water and mood altering drugs into the jet fuel that gets dispersed through jet trails.

Tin foil hats are only effective against the low frequency radio waves. That is Sooooooooooo 1950's. Everybody knows they use digital formats in the smart meters now.

Good grief, catch up ;)
 

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Crappie Luck said:
I quite wearing mine ever since they started adding mind control enzymes in the Fluoride water and mood altering drugs into the jet fuel that gets dispersed through jet trails.

Tin foil hats are only effective against the low frequency radio waves. That is Sooooooooooo 1950's. Everybody knows they use digital formats in the smart meters now.

Good grief, catch up ;)

Classic, CL, absolutely classic. :grin:
 

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Crappie Luck said:
I quite wearing mine ever since they started adding mind control enzymes in the Fluoride water and mood altering drugs into the jet fuel that gets dispersed through jet trails.

Tin foil hats are only effective against the low frequency radio waves. That is Sooooooooooo 1950's. Everybody knows they use digital formats in the smart meters now.

Good grief, catch up ;)
Please don't tell me that. I'm screwed. I drink Maryville city water and live under the flight path for the Knoxville airport.
 

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It's OK. Don't panic!!!

Just line an umbrella with rice and raw pasta and never go outside without it. The rice and pasta absorb the gases.

You can offset the effects of the enhanced water by wearing a zinc bracelet with copper insets. They counter act the drugs, so does Cut grass scented Yankee candles.

Regular foot detox is a good idea also. It releases the poisons trapped in you white blood cells and lymph nodes.

Rise young soldiers with clean feet and umbrellas!! WE WILL NOT GO QUIETLY INTO THE NIGHT!!!!

RESISTANCE IS FRAGRANT!!!!!
 

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I am really enjoying this conversation! I'll be right back. I have to check on th water distiller and wave at the drone I hear passing overhead. Now, where did my lazer pointer go????
 

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Dang it, Bambi, now ya got me worried too. What do a paranoid look like????? Is it a pair, like twins, or a flying noid? I just hate not knowing what I'm looking for...
 

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I'll take mine in Realtree APG please. That way my wife won't see me while I am surfing TnDeer, I'll just blend in to my computer screen.

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Hoss said:
Now, where did my lazer pointer go????
Please don't tell me that they are coming for our laser pointers! Or, are they just wanting us to register them and limit their battery capacity. I probably shouldn't post this on a public forum, but I have a whole arsenal of them. Some that hold just a single AAA battery and some that hold 4 AA batteries. I usually just play with the pets with them. But, you know the government, today our laser pointers, tomorrow our Kong Balls.

I hope the dog hurries up and eats. I haven't had a chance to make my tin foil hat and I need to run down to Walmart and buy all their laser pointers, AA & AAA batteries. I figure I'll just throw her food bowl on my head and I'll be good to go.
 
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