Surveillance: “Just Because You’re Paranoid Doesn’t Mean They Aren’t After You!”

Not a tinfoil hat!
I need to buy one of these hats!

I have been accused of wearing tinfoil hats.

I like tinfoil hats.

But I don’t own any.

And, I have NEVER worn one.

Tinfoil EVERYTHING!
This unnamed IT technician arrived at his cubicle to find that he had a new tinfoil hat. And a tinfoil office!

According to its “Tin foil hat” entry, Wikipedia states that “The concept of wearing a tin foil hat for protection from…[mind control and mind reading] has become a popular stereotype and term of derision; the phrase serves as a byword for paranoia, persecutory delusions and belief in conspiracy theories.”


Apparently, if a person is concerned that they might be observed or tracked by others, they have become so paranoid that they need a tinfoil hat to protect them.

After watching the following YouTube video, you may just start wearing one!

Legitimate surveillance is troubling enough–but somewhat understandable, considering the 9/11 attacks.

Illegitimate surveillance and information hacking is downright scary.

During his YouTube interview, Pablos Holman calls the RFID safe wallet “a tinfoil hat for credit cards.”

So I bought one.

Yup, I have a tinfoil wallet.

I paid $7 for it on clearance at Meijer’s.

If you want one, you can find the same brand that I purchased (pacsafe) here.

If you watched the video, you already know that for eight bucks, Pablos Holman purchased a scanner on ebay that can read your RFID chipped credit card, library card, passport, or anything else that has a scannable chip and discover your private information within minutes.

Do yourself a favor.


Go to the store, or follow the link.

Get an ID protection device so that your identity does not get stolen.

It is the most important asset that you have!

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