Tin-foil hat protection for Japan’s nuke meltdown


Here’s a fun photo of Crown Prince Frederik of Denmark putting on a tin-foil helmet as protection during his visit to Japan’ s earthquake — tsunami — nuclear dead zone in Miyagi Prefecture on Tuesday, June 14, 2011.

Crown Prince Frederik is the first foreign royal who has dared to visit the radioactive wasteland of northeastern Japan since by the March 11th quake.

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3 thoughts on “Tin-foil hat protection for Japan’s nuke meltdown”

  1. You are a preventing our Freemason lumerjack lizard rebellion that will propel us towards binary stars of yore, you sweaty caterpillar farm. I burst my pimples at you and call your door-opening request a silly thing…but in Japanese, of course.

  2. Mo’ betta than tinfoil!~monsieur kool

    I bet when they weren’t fighting, Vikings with
    horn helmets stuck potatoes on the ends of . . .
    the horns to avoid eye pokings to fellow Vikings
    and hot lady Vikings.. . . . . .. . . . . . . . .. . . .. .

    — Jack Handey’s Deep Thoughts

  3. Here’s an even better tin-foil hat, Japanese style of course…
    tin-foil hat, japanese style

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