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It can't if you are wearing tin foil. 

 

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It can't if you are wearing tin foil. 

 

Haven't you heard, the tin foil guys have created a opening in the foil that allows the new fangled beams from the satellite to pass through and read your thoughts? You have to use really old foil for that to work now. 

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Max Norris

Haven't you heard, the tin foil guys have created a opening in the foil that allows the new fangled beams from the satellite to pass through and read your thoughts? You have to use really old foil for that to work now.

Damn NSA. Didn't think of stockpiling foil in my plans versus the NWO. Screw that, I'm upgrading mine to include a layer of carbon fiber sandwiched in the middle.
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Yes if you don't use your brain, no if you actually do use your brain.

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