posted on May, 28 2013 @ 11:47 PM
Trolololol. Way to go, the profiling computers don't have senses of humor; you might have made a list. It's all funny until WW3 comes around and
those ray guns are in enemy hands and they are cooking your guts.
Actually being under the ray gun, tinfoil doesn't do it. That actually acts as a conductor and in an extreme solar flare storm may heat up and burn
Bathroom tiles work, not to wear one but as a wall shield; the ceramic absorbs the radiation, or maybe it is the grout material.
If you must wear something on the head, a peridot-encrusted hat is really soothing. The crushed semiprecious gemstone diffracts the rays. Not all
gems do it. Put the peridot on the inside of the hat, with duct tape or something. Preserve your normality.