How To Make A Tin Foil Hat To Block Chinese Spy Balloons
This story is 100% NOT TRUE!
Unless you're a conspiracy theorist, then maybe it is.
With so many balloons from China drifting overhead sales of tin, for tin hats, is at an all-time high.
You might think that tin hat sales were surging.
But a good conspiracy theorist knows that one should never buy a tin hat that was already made.
The government would know that you bought one.
They then know what kind of person you are.
NOW THEY REALLY ARE WATCHING YOU!
Okay, so you've purchased the tin.
How do you make a hat that would really work?
Does it need to be a certain shape or size?
What about thickness?
How much of the head or body does this really need to cover?
How do you know if it's working?
Well don't worry, there are YouTube videos for EVERYTHING! Like the one below.
The problem with tin foil hats, as the first video points out, is that mind control or mind reading signals can still get into your head from under the hat. Watch the above video to the end to see how she hysterically solves this problem.
BUT HOLD ON!
What if you're a western cowboy and you don't want to take off your cowboy hat?
Well, - AGIAN- this is the internet. There is a video for EVERYTHING!
Sorry, this next guy is kind of boring.
But he does show you how to turn your cowboy hat into a tin foil hat.
So where did the tin foil hat idea come from?
Well, this is the internet and, you know. Blah, blah, blah.
In this next video, you'll learn the origin of the tin foil hat.
The original idea came from a weird short story written in 1927 by Julian Huxley" titled "The Tissue-Culture King." In that story the main character uses a metal hat to prevent being mind controlled by the villain scientist.
From there the idea exploded into pop culture.
Today, a conspiracy theorist is called a "tin hatter."
You might make fun of a tin hatter.
But with all those Chinese balloons overhead, I bet you want one now.