*Ranger Man looks to the left, the right, then all around.*
“Shhhhh! They’re listening.”
Not only are they listening, they’re reading our minds. Quick – don’t think! Don’t process these words in your head until you’ve protected your head. Protect yourself from the brain scans. Don’t worry. I’m here to help!
How to Make a Tinfoil Hat
A tinfoil hat is easy to make. Three basic steps and you’ll have all you need for effective brain wave protection.
- Buy a roll of Reynolds Wrap aluminum foil. Buy only the heavy duty type. The slight extra cost is worth the extra protection. Pay with cash so “they” can’t track your purchase.
- Find your favorite hat.
- Construct! Just do what your daddy told you to do as you left for college, “Make sure you wrap it.”
I Wrapped my Browning Hat in Tinfoil
This design works well WTSHTF and EVERYONE is on board with the brain scan battle, but if you wear this outside before that stage, everyone will think you’re crazy.
Everyone except me anyway. Instead, line the INSIDE of your cap and no one will know. It’s less comfortable, but it still works.
Using a baseball cap won’t protect your cerebellum, but it should secure your thoughts. For complete cerebellum protection you’ll need a hat with a long neck flap that extends down the back to your shoulders. These hats are worn in the desert or for fishing and you can buy them right online.
A True Story, Somewhat Related Tinfoil Story
I knew a guy in college who we called “Wild Bill.” Wild Bill was at a party one rainy, stormy night, he got sloshed, and entered a game of truth or dare. He chose dare and they dared him to take off his clothes, wrap his body in tinfoil, go outside in the lightning storm, and run down the street and back. He took the dare, but unfortunately for him, there were cops outside! The cops stopped him and charged him with attempted suicide – LOL – it’s true!
– Ranger Man