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For Sale: Tin Foil Hats.

I will be importing some new style Tin Foil Hats for all that are around these Mind Control Towers

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deadlyllama: Clearly these mind control towers are a bit rubbish if they are unable to make people not notice them or their purported mind-control abilities.


You clearly don't understand it. People who are trying to open our eyes are wearing tinfoil hats right now, so they are the ones seeing it!





 
 
 
 


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For Sale: Tin Foil Hats.

I will be importing some new style Tin Foil Hats for all that are around these Mind Control Towers


great stuff do you have any in balaclava style so they don't enter my brain via the mouth and nose as well




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  # 982024 7-Feb-2014 18:01
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You thought the most common element in the universe was Hydrogen, it's not. It's stupidity!

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jeffnz:
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For Sale: Tin Foil Hats.

I will be importing some new style Tin Foil Hats for all that are around these Mind Control Towers


great stuff do you have any in balaclava style so they don't enter my brain via the mouth and nose as well






This better?

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jeffnz:
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For Sale: Tin Foil Hats.

I will be importing some new style Tin Foil Hats for all that are around these Mind Control Towers


great stuff do you have any in balaclava style so they don't enter my brain via the mouth and nose as well






This better?



thats a winner but maybe a tinfoil scarf for when its cold during this global warming cycle we are in




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Cbfd: There have been a few of these popping up over hamilton outside of Celltowers and telecom exchanges 

bit of a laugh really 


on the door into telephone exchange


on a pole outside the exchange


http://2012thebigpicture.wordpress.com/2013/10/25/ever-seen-a-mind-control-tower-bet-you-have/
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Hmmmm... seems the inbreeding in Hamilton is starting to show.

 
 
 
 


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  # 982044 7-Feb-2014 18:23
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Ironically the linked article is talking about GWEN towers. I doubt we have any of those in NZ. Except at Waihopi maybe.

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  # 982049 7-Feb-2014 18:34
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for those of you using tin foil hats be aware that tin foil is aluminium, not tin.
Aluminium foil does little to stop nasty waves from the CIA from penetrating into your pineal gland.
You really need a reasonably thick section of dense metal like lead. 
I mean really folks, do you think the mind controller would let you buy tin foil hats if they really worked :)

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Mind control or lead poisoning. Hmm. Tough choice.

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gzt: Mind control or lead poisoning. Hmm. Tough choice.


well I'm fine I work in a place full of lead acid batteries so that will most likely be why I haven't been controlled and also why I can't count to 10





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turnin: I mean really folks, do you think the mind controller would let you buy tin foil hats if they really worked :)


You have given away our secret. We wanted you all to believe you are safe wearing aluminium hats.

The Mind Controller.





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jeffnz:
gzt: Mind control or lead poisoning. Hmm. Tough choice.

well I'm fine I work in a place full of lead acid batteries so that will most likely be why I haven't been controlled and also why I can't count to 10

In this case it's unlikely to be the lead causing that problem, more likely to be hydrogen sulphide exposure, from charging/overcharging.

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gzt:
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gzt: Mind control or lead poisoning. Hmm. Tough choice.

well I'm fine I work in a place full of lead acid batteries so that will most likely be why I haven't been controlled and also why I can't count to 10

In this case it's unlikely to be the lead causing that problem, more likely to be hydrogen sulphide exposure, from charging/overcharging.


that to and a good cocktail to start each day  with when you combine stibine




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Damn they are onto us, Run @johnr

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