How to Hide Anything, a free booklet


#1

Originally published at: http://boingboing.net/2016/07/18/472287.html


#2

Very retro, me likey.


#3

I thought I used to have that book, but now I can’t find it.


#4

It’s hidden inside your copy of “How To Hide Anything”, by Michael Connor.


#5


#6

Related: How not to be seen.


#7

I saw Papillon with Steve McQueen & Dustin Hoffman - I’ve already got this covered…


#8

I hear he’s working on a followup called, “How to Find Anything”.


#9

Pretty sure the cops are on to keistering.

The switch to big tablet phones must have been a real pain for people in that line.


#10

These are great if you want to hide the microfilm in case you need evidence in 10-15 years, or maybe the pirate gold. But they’re not too practical for hiding your stash. Gotta tear open the walls and rebuild them every time you want to get high?


#11

Brings back fond memories of paging through the Loompanics Books catalogue.


#12

This is too much like passwords. I’m gonna have to stick a postit note on the wall with an arrow to remind me where it is.


#13

I used to have that book, but for some reason, I can’t find it.


#14

This is me playing RUST.


#15

I used to have a highly illustrated book on wwii machinery but was stolen
it was big news at the time but then there was no way to find the internet
unless…


#16

I would like to hide my fear that my life was lived in vain. Can you help me, Mr. Connor?


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#18

Some of the tweakers I’ve known, that kinda shit could be classed as their hobby.


#19

What’s up with the cover? Is it to jump out of the stereo and scare your friends? Is it a human smuggling operation? (“Why no sir, officer, I’m just transporting these stereo systems across the border, nothing to see here”).


#20

Actually, it’s so an unauthorized roommate can hide if your nosy landlord comes over.

However, if the landlord asks to hear how your stereo sounds, the roommate had better be a really good singer…