Getting harder to ignore and call it tinfoil. Strange?

Re: Getting harder to ignore and call it tinfoil. Strange?

PostBy: theo On: Thu Mar 07, 2013 7:43 pm

I know i'am not the sharpest knife in the drawer, but what is meant by " tinfoil hat ? " :?
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Re: Getting harder to ignore and call it tinfoil. Strange?

PostBy: Rwalker On: Thu Mar 07, 2013 7:45 pm

waldo lemieux wrote:SPRING!...........SPRING is coming... so says the woodchuck anyway. I refuse to live in the fear of any doomsday scenario, however likely or unlikely it may be. Its a lot like the "going concern" thing for a business. All the preparation in the world could only buy you six mos maybe a year and after that youll have to figure out a way to survive in the new world order. Ill just have to figure it out sooner rather than later. Lighten up guys your makin your own storm clouds, you only get so many days on earth and its not worth spending even one looking for the end, its coming soon enough.... Just my take.

Waldo


That is why we live in a free country, you are free to do as you wish. I am a father and husband first and foremost and I refuse to feed my children to the wolves. I chose to be prepared for anything and everything. And I disagree. You can survive much longer then that. And if you dont exsist, there is no "new world order" to conform to. There is power in numbers and the number of people aware and prepared is growing on a daily basis.

So chose to do what you wish. This is a hobby of mine, and hobby that will pay off when the sh*t hits the fan. Just remember, dont expect those who are prepared to face this storm to be so kind as to share. You are either in, or you are left out...

I, of course, will continue to enjoy the things I love: my wife, kids, fishing, hunting, preparing, and riding the motorcycles. God Bless America!
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Re: Getting harder to ignore and call it tinfoil. Strange?

PostBy: samhill On: Thu Mar 07, 2013 8:15 pm

Hey Rw, as I always say whatever makes your boat float, as long as it doesn't bother or I should say harm any others do your own thing. I think your feeding into the "chicken little paranoia" but MHO if it does hit the fan we'll know which one is right. At my age I'll go down fighting but they better hurry or I won't be around anywho. :rambo2: :blowup:
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Re: Getting harder to ignore and call it tinfoil. Strange?

PostBy: franco b On: Thu Mar 07, 2013 8:17 pm

theo wrote:I know i'am not the sharpest knife in the drawer, but what is meant by " tinfoil hat ? " :?

There are those of us who believe that the wearing of a hat made from tinfoil (pyramid shape is best) will ward off evil emanations from outer space or even from right here on earth. Its settled science. Those who scoff are free to find out the hard way just as they have been taken in by the round earth theory.
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Re: Getting harder to ignore and call it tinfoil. Strange?

PostBy: samhill On: Thu Mar 07, 2013 8:22 pm

Franco, just got me wondering how one knows which material & shape is best?
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Re: Getting harder to ignore and call it tinfoil. Strange?

PostBy: franco b On: Thu Mar 07, 2013 8:36 pm

samhill wrote:Franco, just got me wondering how one knows which material & shape is best?

By rigid scientific experiment of course.Tinfoil is good because it is light but more durable material like steel is good too and it does not have such an annoying tendency to blow off in the wind, being heaver. Many of our ancestors wore tin pots on their heads but they lacked the knowledge to accurately test even though the pyramid was right there to see.
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Re: Getting harder to ignore and call it tinfoil. Strange?

PostBy: jpete On: Thu Mar 07, 2013 8:38 pm

theo wrote:I know i'am not the sharpest knife in the drawer, but what is meant by " tinfoil hat ? " :?


It's to keep the government mind control waves away! :D

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Re: Getting harder to ignore and call it tinfoil. Strange?

PostBy: theo On: Thu Mar 07, 2013 9:40 pm

:doh: i should have known !! :D
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Re: Getting harder to ignore and call it tinfoil. Strange?

PostBy: samhill On: Thu Mar 07, 2013 9:52 pm

Just a little thought here but perhaps some have been wearing their tin foil hats out in the summer sun way too long. :secret: :rimshot: :funny:
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Re: Getting harder to ignore and call it tinfoil. Strange?

PostBy: Flyer5 On: Thu Mar 07, 2013 10:00 pm

samhill wrote:Just a little thought here but perhaps some have been wearing their tin foil hats out in the summer sun way too long. :secret: :rimshot: :funny:




Now Sam I asked you nicely to stop talking about me like that. :P
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Re: Getting harder to ignore and call it tinfoil. Strange?

PostBy: KLook On: Thu Mar 07, 2013 10:20 pm

It could be equally argued that the sun has had a detrimental effect on those without a tinfoil hat. ;)

Kevin
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Re: Getting harder to ignore and call it tinfoil. Strange?

PostBy: CapeCoaler On: Thu Mar 07, 2013 11:32 pm

Visit a Psychiatric hospital...
You will find several experts on the proper design and materials...
The tinfoil is hard to find...
but it is the proper way...
if you sub Aluminium foil...
you don't get the same results...

***In no way am i making fun of anyone who resides in a psych hospital...
I spent way too much time doing business in VA Psych hospitals...
Nuff said...
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Re: Getting harder to ignore and call it tinfoil. Strange?

PostBy: plumb-r On: Fri Mar 08, 2013 7:23 am

We may have stumbled on to the problem with the left. Not only are they not wearing their foil hats protecting themselves from harmful sun rays,they are consuming vast amounts of guberment Kool-aid to stay hydrated. As we know now from another post, studies done in Europe show water doesn't prevent de-hydration, only Kool-aid does. :rofl:
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Re: Getting harder to ignore and call it tinfoil. Strange?

PostBy: samhill On: Fri Mar 08, 2013 9:05 am

Got another tip, if your bald like me don't get the non-stick foil, it keeps sliding down & the slightest breeze blows it off I tried my staple gun but the blood is too slippery & they pull out quick. I got a nephew that makes & sells mid-evil type armor things so I'm gonna check with him. He does pretty good, he was at a belly dancer expo (believe it or not) somewhere in Ohio & sold out + tons of orders. He even does all the bras & belts & stuff like that, good idea for what to get for the wife's birthday. :idea:
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