Toroflux Soothing Rings
Toroflux is a tactile toy made from a single strand of metal. It’s somewhat like a slinky in the fourth dimension! The Toroflux’s spiraling band loops back upon itself to form a torus (aka donut-like) shape, which gives it the unique ability to fully surround objects and roll around them. Roll the Toroflux down a broomstick handle, an electrical cord, and even pass it between your arms. When rolling quickly, it’s easy to mistake Toroflux for a metallic bubble. To the surprise of your friends and family, a flattened Toroflux will spring open when given a solid tap. Closing the Toroflux appears just as magical — simply press down on the top to flatten.
Flying Wish Paper Kits
Flying Wish Paper is the most unique way you’ll ever make a wish. Simply write your wish on the wish paper, roll it into a tube, light it on fire, and watch in amazement as it literally flies into the air. They’re an awesome way to celebrate birthdays, anniversaries, or even 3rd Wednesdays of the month.
Giant Stress Ball
Some days require more stress relief than can fit in one hand. The Giant Stress Ball is over three-quarters of a pound of unwinding power that’ll get you through your biggest frustrations. Dig into the soft, rubbery toy with both hands when you knead to work out your aggravation. Squeeze and pull the pliable material as much as you want—the ball can take a beating. Even when you’re not feeling stressed, you won’t want to let go of this addictive desk toy.
Privacy Bible: How To Escape All Surveillance
VPN is a widely trusted privacy solution that allegedly hides your IP address. However, most VPN does not hide your IP address as they are subject to VPN leaks and DNS leaks, both of which expose your IP address and allow your ISP and other to at least log the all the websites you visit. This defeats the whole purpose of using VPN. VPN also encrypts your data to hide your activities from your ISP. However, the vast majority of companies operating virtual private networks rely on third-party ISPs, and these ISPs may have no scruples about turning over a record of all your surfing activities to your government are law enforcement without due process. Especially if the third party ISP is located in any of the Fourteen Eyes nations of the United States, the United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Denmark, The Netherlands, Norway, Belgium, Spain or Sweden.