Stop the Insanity III – The Tinfoil Hat

Posted: March 28, 2012 in Humor
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Remember, to be effective, your tinfoil hat must be at least FOUR layers thick.

Three if you use heavy-duty foil.

Five if you regularly watch Fox News.

That’s all for now.

MJ

PS

Yes, I am aware it is aluminum

Please see Stop the Insanity of a Pill for Every Ill

And also Stop the Insanity II

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Comments
  1. RD says:

    Until I read this post, I had no idea that tin foil was misnamed. I guess that I just never thought about it.
    I always think it’s crazy when I find out that I’ve been misinformed about something for my entire life. It’s always interesting to learn the truth, but sometimes it’s disturbing. For example, I only learned a few years ago that Shera and Heman are actually twins, and not, in fact, lovers. Yep, I’m still grossed out by that.

  2. RD says:

    Yes, twins. Crazy, huh? It should have been more obvious. It’s not like they had the Arnold Schwarzenegger/Danny Devito thing going on.
    I was also recently heart broken to find out that there’s no such thing as a triceratops, and the brontosaurus is actually an apatosaurus. What bothers me most about this brontosaurus/apatosaurus thing is that scientists knew they were the same dinosaur an entire century ago. So, why, I ask you, was I ever taught the word brontosaurus (and never taught the word apatosaurus) by a science teacher? To top it off, I was talking to my 5 year old niece about dinosaurs last weekend, and she called it a brontosaurus. I began ranting about the bone wars, how people just make things up to further their own agendas, and the inaccuracies of her education, when I noticed her eyes had glazed over. Poor girl. I guess I’ll have to save my rants for when she’s older. 😉

  3. John Eden says:

    So, do I have this right? Five layers of tin-foil, or aluminum foil to be anatomically correct, place on the head, lower head and ram TV when Faux News tells a lie… and…?

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