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Don't stop at body parts. I've included some suggestions for your workplace too at http://www.imagireal.com/gallery/foiled?page=1.

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This is a great example of a classic foil hat, sort of the retro-Early-Colonies device invented by Benjamin Frankinhopper. One tip, if going with this shape here on the Left Coast, you'll need to form sort of a flap near your forehead to help shield the frontal lobe region.

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CGP, I hope you're married already, because with that stylin' hat on, you're gonna be date-free as well!
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Empirical evidence and some 14 hours of supercomputer time show that Neutronium 1200, N1200, would be the best material to make foil beanies from. Unfortunately, modern manufacturing techniques can't roll N1200 thin enough to make it feasible for the human neck muscles to support the weight. N1200 is only available from meteorites from the heart of super-novas (not the car, silly) and all known pieces have been acquired through 17 levels of shell companies and double-blind drop-outs tracable (through great expense and three lost 'researchers') to the company Schnuckie, Inc., which is in partnership with B&S, Gmbh., an international supplier to the freelance espionage community.

Barring that, the next best available material is Uranium 883, an artificial isotope made from U238 and Plaladium. The construction specifics require many esoteric materials and practices, some of which are only legal in Jamaica and Lithuania.

All other materials only have an efficiency of from 0% (plain motorcycle helmets) to about 38.479% for the old fashioned 'tin foil' material. The efficiency of N1200 has been estimated to be 99.99999999999999999999999% + while U883 only gets as high as 74.0582% for extremely pure base materials.










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You will NEVER be able to STOP my MIND RAYS!!! BAWHAHAHAHWHAHAAHHAH HAA HHAAAA HAAAAHAAAAA....................................... .................................................. .................................................. .HA

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If you REALLY REALLY want to learn how to rid yourself of my mindrays you could (at your own risk of course!) listen to or watch this video which contains clues on how to block them...





... or maybe it doesn't

http://eclectech.co.uk/images/mindcontrol.swf

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If you REALLY REALLY want to learn how to rid yourself of my mindrays you could (at your own risk of course!) listen to or watch this video which contain clues on how to block them...





... or maybe it doesn't

http://eclectech.co.uk/images/mindcontrol.swf

Oh I get it... we figure out how to block your rays so you give us a link to an innocent little video for fun. Well I'm not buying it mister! I betcha that video has subliminals in it or eye-mind beams that will force me to remove my beanie. You can't fool me!
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