22 August, 2002: Are they out to get you, controlling your mind with their Sputniks?

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Well, if so, don't try to make do with some crummy tinfoil hat you made out of kitchen supplies. Go for the real thing:

Very sheer, comfortable undergarments you can wear over your regular underwear to shield yourself from powerline and computer electric fields, and microwave, radar, and TV radiation. This silver-plated, stretchable, washable nylon mesh is electrically conductive. It reflects radiation. Plus you won't get those static shocks as you used to in dry weather and your clothes won't cling to you! Fabric provides up to 35dB of shielding at 100 MHz. Made in USA. Surround what you want to protect!

Copyright (c) 2002 Chris Lightfoot; available under a Creative Commons License.