- File Size: 19 KB
- Print Length: 5 pages
- Publication Date: August 1, 2011
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B005LDBWM6
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,405,235 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Protect Yourself from Mind Control Kindle Edition
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This fascinating tome rises above mere instruction regarding the construction of a proper foil hat..but also gives excellent historical background in the Reynolds Company as well as fashion tips--no need to look like a nerd just because you are wearing a foil hat after all!
There are other useful tips such as which thickness of foil to use (including the special circumstance requiring non-stick foil) and which way the foil should face to provide various layers of protection.
A most excellent little guide for a problem that could plague us all! The only limitations to this guide is the lack of modifications for those without opposable thumbs.
(shhh, stop talking to me...)
This short-short gives a satisfying answer to that question, and that may be the key to this e-book's value.
We all know people who could use a good handbook on construction of foil hat liners. On the other hand, the people who need and want the knowledge are smart enough not to use a Kindle. It's electronic. It even admits it transmits and receives radio waves. You might as well hire a crack addict to guard the pile of money in your apartment. No self-respecting member of the tinfoil brigade would consider owning a Kindle, even if you gave him one so he could read this book.
That means this book is likely to become a joke gift item. And that's a shame, because this book really DOES have the inside skinny on constructing a really effective shield for your hat.
The world really IS going downhill. In the heyday of J. Edgar Hoover, the global conspiracy was MUCH more clever at penetrating our defenses.
This satisfied reader is reminded of Richard Feynman, Carl Sagan, Isaac Asimov, and Tom Lehrer - all of whom are either dead, or as near as make no difference - and that sad fact would be no surprise at all to anyone who reads M E Brines's thesis. For Mr. Brines argues most persuasively that such poor souls, failing to take the necessary aluminised precautions, are doomed to die an early death or, at the very least, descend into permanent Lovecraftian madness. And, whilst Mr. Brines's primary goal in this treatise is to advise the vulnerable on how they can, indeed should, protect themselves from insidious mind control violation, he does not stint from describing the perfidy of such attacks on the innocent victims. His contempt for the perpetrators of these assaults - governments of all hues, both national and global; extraterrestrials of all hues, both green and blue; and, this reader suspects, anybody named Hugh, or Hughes - is unvarnished and devastating.
It is difficult to fully describe the emotions elicited by this canonical text: the joy of long-awaited vindication? The sudden, overwhelming urge to go shopping for kitchen supplies? The metallic taste of fear - or aluminum?
The sated reader of this very fine work, fully protected by his silvery, lined beanie or baseball cap, will give thanks to the learned author, and will hope for more such illumination - if not actual irradiation.
This is an exigent book on constructing protective attire. There is a great section on calculating hat size. I do wish they would have had more diagrams, sort of like an origami display and how to put the hat together.
It is too bad that he picked Reynolds as I would have preferred Alcoa however, now that he is mentioned the actual mixture of materials. I am a little leery of trying Alcoa. However I did see some foil like Parchment that was being used by Martha Stewart and believe the hat would have more savoir-faire with the Parchment.
Martha Wrap Foil and Parchment in 1
I will note that in my experience with patients with schizophrenia, I have seen patterns of thought very similar to this manifest in some of them. I don't feel, however, that this book is in bad taste. When they are in our "reality," most schizophrenics have really amazing senses of humor. Sometimes while in delusional states, too, depending on the individual, for that matter. In a way, I am of the school of thought that much of the stigma of mental illness is a result of fear of the unknown. While I doubt the author intended it, this lighthearted treatment of a subject that is very real to some people can help those outside see a little bit of what others go through, and hopefully feel a little less frightened. Just as we joke about death to help us come to terms with it, humor can go a long way towards reducing stigma.
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Waste of99 cents. Really, you sold this! What a joke. Sucks sucks sucks sucks sucks sucks sucks sucks sucks sucksPublished on December 30, 2012 by Toni R. Wise
Good light hearted reading and found it something to do while trying to fall asleep. It worked and I fell ZZZZZZZZ.Published on December 9, 2012 by Mike P.
As anyone knows who has properly researched this topic, tin-foil hats actually *amplify* the mind-ray bands used by the government . Read morePublished on October 16, 2012 by Steven Pemberton
For such a short book, I had a lot of laughs. So... would say it has a high laugh/page ratio!Published on April 17, 2012 by Amazon Customer
I wish I could give this book 10.75 stars. For years, I have been wearing my tin foil (aluminum) hat wrong. Read morePublished on March 23, 2012 by Hermes
Buy that tin foil hat but don't you forget the Safety Considerations: "remember, the government satellites are overhead. KEEP YOUR FACE DOWN." LOLPublished on March 4, 2012 by PaulJ48
This is a funny little pamphlet, but I do suspect it to be a parodie. I can hardly believe that the author means it seriously. But whether a joke or not: it is a fun little read. Read morePublished on February 26, 2012 by Mei
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