Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by ATCclears, Jan 13, 2013.
New York artist to debut 'drone-proof' anti-surveillance clothing line — RT
A wide brimmed hat and learn not to look up works too.
I've got an idea.... How about the 'artist' support politicians who are against domestic use of drones...... Or is there a conflict of interest where the artist is going to profit from his support of politicians who are in favor of drones flying within US borders?
I usually dress in drag.
Oh good lawrdy-me-oh-my... do you have any idea how many über-expesive drone mounted camera lenses you are going to break when they focus on that? I hope you at least shave your legs and back.
I usually take a propane burner to the most offense parts. Works great and makes it look like I have a nice tan!
Anyone who's seriously afraid of being under some sort of surveillance should just never leave their house. There are cameras everywhere. aranoid: If you just never leave your house, you'll never have to deal with them...and I'll never have to deal with you.
It's a win-win.
This administration will never spy on you if you wear this...
Hot off the presses people. We have had something to defeat FLIR for a very long time. It's called a mylar space blanket. FLIR can not see through the mylar to pick up body heat. I learned this several years ago when watching s documentry about smuggling a person out of East Berlin in a car. So if you do a GTA, don't forget your space blanket.
Space blanket? Could you get the same effect by eating dipping dots?
WTH are those?
Dippin Dots, it's the ice cream of the future. (When I visited NASA they sold it as astronaut SPACE ice cream)Home - DippinDots.com
Hmmm, never heard of them
Shhh! We don't want everyone to know!
Americans are so inurd to being spied on and molested by their government they simply don't care. If you don't want a camera watching you every 25' I guess you could move to a country with less freedoms, like China.
As for the Mylar Space Blankets, they also make nice Bachelor drapes in the summertime!
Just put a "keep portland wierd" sticker on your car.
Separate names with a comma.