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Self-deprecating Camouflage

Forehead screen and cam headset
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This is a forehead screen with a headset and cam in the back so a picture of what's in back of you can be displayed on your forehead so your conversational partner can scope the whole room for other conversational partners while you are droning on and on.
JesusHChrist, Apr 12 2014

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       So if I get this right it looks like a hole in your head right?   

       I'd re-title this "Gruesome Halloween hole in the head effect" Put the screen on the forehead, put a bunch of prosthetic makeup that looks like the edges of a head injury around it and put the camera in the back. Looks like you're looking through a hole in the head. Great for any zombie getup.
doctorremulac3, Apr 12 2014
  

       I like the idea, but the title does not fit. It doesn't match the description at all.   

       I'd go with something simple, like 'See-Through Head'.
Alterother, Apr 12 2014
  

       There's something wrong here.
blissmiss, Apr 12 2014
  

       You don't see good camouflage ideas.
AusCan531, Apr 12 2014
  

       Har.
Alterother, Apr 13 2014
  

       Read this as "Self Decapitating Camouflage".
xenzag, Apr 13 2014
  

       If "depricating" were a word, what would it mean and would it be pertinent?   

       Likewise "Camoflague".
MaxwellBuchanan, Apr 13 2014
  

       I just realized that I no longer notice certain halfbakers' misspellings and grammar foibles. I read them as correct, just as I hear the words as intended rather than what is spoken when listening to somebody speaking with a heavy accent. I criticized the title but completely missed the blatant spelling errors.   

       [JHC], you now have a voice in my mind. Don't abuse the privilege.
Alterother, Apr 13 2014
  

       Whats my voice say, or does it talk to you at all? And I keep reading this as self-defecating, so there.
blissmiss, Apr 13 2014
  

       //certain halfbakers' misspellings and grammar foibles.//   

       Speaking of which, where's [beany]? He was always a certain baker.
MaxwellBuchanan, Apr 13 2014
  

       Thing about [beanie] is he did such a good job of being a brain in a jar you felt obligated to try and translate the stream-of-unconsciousness, from the transcribed tickertape output, into "live human". Not so much the typo-graphers and just plain sloppy.   

       "Camoflague" - A French marinade, made from a reduction of aged onion-soup. Also, a sticky substance used to repair roofing tiles.   

       And that's why I hate typos: including "camoflague" in my brain's dictionary means I couldn't think of the word "marinate".
FlyingToaster, Apr 13 2014
  

       // Whats my voice say, or does it talk to you at all? //   

       Most of the regulars have 'voices' to me (keep in mind that all of the voices in my head, even those ascribed to text written by others, are various inflections and accents of my own voice. I'm told* that this is a mark of sanity). [blissy], your 'voice' is a soft and gentle reminder that we're all here to have fun and that I should keep the majority of my testosterone in my pants. If I step out of line [po]'s 'voice' comes in and silently glowers at me.   

       * most often I am told this by the people who study my insanity
Alterother, Apr 14 2014
  

       Do the voices in your head study your insanity?
nineteenthly, Apr 14 2014
  

       Eagerly awais a Youtube of Alterother doing impressions of the voices we all have in his head.
RayfordSteele, Apr 14 2014
  

       fudge-ton camel persiflage
pertinax, Apr 16 2014
  

       Gazoontite.   
      
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