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We offer how-tos, personal stories, and guides for all kinds of activities that can and do happen right at the borders of legally permissible behavior.

Usually Reason brings you stories about people who have crossed the lines of legality, the people who help draw those lines, and the people who want to erase them entirely. This month we thought we'd try something a little different. In this issue, we offer how-tos, personal stories, and step-by-step guides for all kinds of activities that can and do happen right at the borders of legally permissible behavior.

These stories are handily packaged into a removable section in the middle of the magazine. Pull it out and when you're done reading, you can decide whether to keep the pages for future reference or to follow the instructions printed on the front and burn them.

If you decide to hang out on the edges with us, a couple of notes. As we circulated early drafts of the stories in this issue, it was interesting to see how different articles struck different readers as the most risqué. One worried that Mark McDaniel's step-by-step Glock-building instructions and the accompanying video at reason.com were a bridge too far, while another homed in on Ronald Bailey's slightly sloppy dabbling in gene editing at home in his kitchen. Some found Declan McCullagh's tutorial on spousal snooping unsettling. We've tried to push our own boundaries in this issue—while not actually committing any crimes in the course of publishing it—to help you think about yours. In our view, the fact that something makes you uncomfortable isn't a good reason to ban it; it's a good reason to research it, report on it, maybe even try it, and then write about it.

Keep in mind that the legal lines we describe may well be shifting under your feet. The first draft of Maggie McNeill's story about how to hire an escort was written before the passage of the Allow States and Victims to Fight Online Sex Trafficking Act (FOSTA) this spring. It is now illegal, under federal law, to host digital content that promotes or facilitates prostitution, and the new law holds web publishers and platforms liable for doing so. As a result, this issue is being printed in a world that is more uncertain and dangerous for sex workers and their clients than the one we inhabited just a few months ago. As the story itself illustrates, human desires flow like water around the rocks of prohibition, and they always will. But do remember that the advice in this issue could quickly become outdated, and that laws might not apply or be enforced predictably in the jurisdiction where you happen to be reading.

Another reason we put together this issue is because it was fun. Many of the stories in this issue grew out of unsatisfactory Googling during office happy hours—we figured if we were wondering how to make prison hooch or really good pot brownies, our readers might be too. There are a lot of things that should be legal even though they're ridiculous. No one really needs to grow their own mushrooms, subscribe to a magazine about cockfighting, infuse bourbon with THC, or make a pipe out of an apple. But that doesn't mean they shouldn't be able to find good information about how to try if the fancy strikes. And while you're unlikely to need to live off the grid for an extended period, when the power goes out, it's rather delightful to have the best generator in the neighborhood.

This issue is also an object lesson in the ways the First Amendment right to free speech supports and protects so many other rights. Your Second Amendment right to bear arms is reinforced by talking about how easy it is to build a totally legal, unregistered handgun using a few basic tools and parts ordered off the internet—and what it means for gun control that anyone else could do the same. Your Fourth Amendment right to privacy becomes much stronger when augmented by powerful encryption tools and bitcoin anonymization. Our tips on how to get empaneled on a jury—and information about how to nullify in the event that you are asked to deliberate about a crime committed under a law you consider unjust—go right to the heart of the due process rights and ideals embedded in the Fifth, Sixth, and Seventh Amendments.

By and large, speech about illicit activities is not and should not be prohibited. It's important for citizens to be able to stand just inside the legal boundaries that govern our behavior and interrogate why those lines look the way they do, who put them there, and why. And then to decide for ourselves whether occasionally crossing those lines is a virtuous act, a stupid risk, or both.

Most people spend most of their days well inside the legal green zone, working, driving, texting, and baking regular brownies. Reason salutes its legally vanilla readers. (Unless you try to put nuts in the brownies. That's just unacceptable.) Enjoy the vicarious thrill of this issue, or skip over the pullout completely. But quite a few of these helpful hints are usable by even the goodiest of two-shoes. A little extra security on your digital messaging is just plain prudent. There are a variety of innocuous reasons someone might need to get out of handcuffs. And who among us hasn't unpacked after international travel and found a forgotten contraband snack in his luggage?

Some people don't have the option of doing even those ordinary things. Ross Ulbricht, who is currently serving two concurrent life sentences without the possibility of parole for his role in running the dark web marketplace Silk Road, is one of those people. In this issue we talk to his mother, Lyn Ulbricht, about his life on the inside. She told us he reads Reason and passes it around to his fellow inmates.

In fact, Reason has quite a few incarcerated subscribers and correspondents, whom we value a great deal. Which perhaps accounts for the fact that the magazine gets banned in prisons fairly often. The Arizona Department of Corrections, in particular, seems to have it out for us. Sure, every time we get a notice from them, it comes with a chunk of boilerplate promising that "all publications, including those that are part of a title or series, are reviewed on an individual basis, and rejection of one or several issues does not warrant rejection of subsequent issues unless those issues contain Unauthorized Content as defined in DO 914.07."

But ever since we published C.J. Ciaramella's cover story on "How Not to Build a Jail"—a thoughtful treatment of an issue that might be of rather significant interest to our incarcerated readers, natch—we've been getting quite a bit of email from the Office of Publication Review. (Hi Diane! Hi Randi!)

That cover story, Reason was told, "may be detrimental to the safe, secure, and orderly operation of the institution." But others have been censored because they "encourage sexual or hostile behaviors" or pertain to the "sale, manufacture, concealment, or constructions of weapons."

Appeals sometimes get results. A recent ban was lifted at our request and redactions were offered instead. Censors blanked out a woodcut of a pot leaf and a paragraph of Lenore Skenazy's column about young teens landing on the sex offender registry, and suddenly we were fit for inmate consumption.

In August 2016, a Florida prison censor impounded an issue of Reason, claiming that the magazine "presents a threat to the security, good order, or discipline of the correctional system or the safety of any person." More specifically: "It depicts or describes procedures for the construction or use of weapons, ammunitions, bombs, chemical agents, or incendiary devices." That's an awfully dramatic way of describing a line drawing of an AR-15 as part of an infographic about gun accessory sales.

Our goal for this issue is not to encourage lawbreaking, or to pose a threat to anybody's security, good order, or discipline. (Be cool, guys. Don't get us in trouble.) But we consider it part of our job here at Reason to keep an eye on the frontiers of individual freedom. Some of them are expanding—a guide to homemade cannabis products will seem charmingly archaic in a few years if current trends continue—but in other places the state is encroaching, and a personal investment in holding the line on gun ownership, sexual freedom, and digital privacy could be the difference between victory and defeat.

But let me save the prison censors some trouble: You're probably going to want to go full Fahrenheit 451 on this month's magazine.

Don't forget to check out the rest of Reason's Burn After Reading content below, and SUBSCRIBE NOW to get future issues of Reason magazine delivered to your mailbox!

Personal Encryption 101

A beginner's guide to protecting your messages, masking online movements, and steering clear of digital snoops |

3 Steps to Buy and Store Bitcoins Anonymously

To Spy on a Cheating Spouse

Use software, not gadgets. |

How to Get on a Jury

What you do once you're there is up to you. |

The Great Escape

If you can't avoid getting into trouble, knowing how to get out of handcuffs can't hurt. |

Reason's Classic Pot Brownies

Smoking Not Your Style? Try a Cannabis Cocktail.

Recipe: Prison Hooch

Off-Grid Survival for You and Me

A guide to maintaining your own basic power, water, and supplies |

Outlaw Mags

Reason reviews controversial and oft-censored publications. | and Christian Britschgi

Adventures in Home Biohacking

I made antibiotic-resistant E. coli in my kitchen, and the world didn't end. |

What to Know Before You Pay for Sex

Tips, tricks, and common sense to make hiring an escort a breeze |

How to (Legally) Make Your Own Off-the-Books Handgun

Build a Glock 17 using parts from the internet |

VIDEO: YouTube Won't Host Our Homemade Gun Video. So We Posted It on PornHub Instead.

Our video is awesome. But nothing in the First Amendment says YouTube has to run it.

Don't Let Uncle Sam Seize Your Salami

Mushrooms Aren't Magic

This Is Not a Pot Pipe

Ross Ulbricht Is Serving a Double Life Sentence

His mother, Lyn Ulbricht, talks about her son's life in maximum security prison and their Supreme Court hopes for the Silk Road case. | Interview by

How to Break Out of Zip Tie Cuffs

Photo Credit: Joanna Andreasson

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  • Conchfritters||

    In this issue, we offer how-tos, personal stories, and step-by-step guides for all kinds of activities that can and do happen right at the borders of legally permissible behavior.

    Sounds like the anarchist's cookbook. Will ordering Reason Magazine put me on some sort of secret government list?

  • John||

    Will it include recipes for explosives that never work?

  • Citizen X||

    It also includes a guide to being able to make free long distance calls.

  • Libertymike||

    You can call collect anymore?

  • John||

    Only if you are calling from prison.

  • Citizen X||

    That's the joke.

  • Árboles de la Barranca||

    I'm still trying to remove the removable section after I clicked on "July 2018 issue".

  • Robert Crim||

    FYI: There once were readily available manuals for how to convert commonly available firearms like the AR-15 into fully automatic weapons. However, some time ago, the government shut the publisher down.

    You also once could get bomb plans from the FBI, but Congress since has amended FOIA, so this no longer is true.

    It still is possible to get The Anarchist Cookbook (includes section on how to make explosives). You also can find the basic instructions in any Encyclopedia of Chemical Technology (available in most large public and university libraries). Look under "Explosives."

    There's also a book, Explosives and Homemade Bombs, by William Stovall, as well as several technical manuals available from the Army.

    In the event anyone is curious!

  • Unicorn Abattoir||

    Just visiting this site puts you on some sort of government list.

  • Unicorn Abattoir||

    Just visiting this site puts you on some sort of government list.

  • ATC0||

    Subscribing to Reason and being associated with any anti-statist organization puts us on a watch list. Last week when returning from vacation out of the country I was stopped by customs and questioned by 5 different officers if I had brought produce into the country illegally (I had not). They ran my backpack through the x-ray machine 3 times. It just happened to contain last months issue of Reason. Coincidence?

  • Malvolio||

    I gotta say, you are way, way optimistic if you think the government is organized enough to put two and two together like this.

    All that happened is that last Monday, the supervising agent gave all his guys a speech about cracking down on this or that and you happened to match this or that and so the agents gave you a hard time. That's really about the limit of their abilities.

  • $park¥ leftist poser||

    Off-Grid Survival for You and Me
    A guide to maintaining your own basic power, water, and supplies | J.D. Tuccille

    Sorry, 2Chilly, everyone knows that being self-sufficient is something that morons do.

  • ImanAzol||

    Or Nazi Trump lovers.

  • Citizen X||

    I made antibiotic-resistant E. coli in my kitchen, and the world didn't end. | Ronald Bailey

    Goddammit, Ron.

  • Citizen X||

    Actually, i could see that happening on accident in some of the kitchens i've been in. Don't ever eat at Bailey's house, y'all.

  • John||

    The world didn't end, just the colons of Bailey's dinner guests.

  • lap83||

    "Though a bit got on my sleeve before I went to the grocery store to pick out romaine lettuce..."

  • John||

    The salad bar at the Heritage Foundation cafeteria.

  • Eidde||

    I saw a miniseries about this. Based on a novel by Stephen King.

  • Fist of Etiquette||

    As we circulated early drafts of the stories in this issue, it was interesting to see how different articles struck different readers as the most risqué.

    These readers are with the publication? I would find it interesting to have a full disclosure of who found what concerning. Just so I can ridicule them is all.

  • John||

    There is not a single article that is remotely shocking. Not that they are bad. In fact, every reason issue should look like this. But, I am a bit taken aback that anyone would find anything in this issue risque or boundary pushing. Does the reason staff live in 1925?

  • ||

    I felt exactly this just reading the title. Well said all the way around.

  • lap83||

    Robby found the survivalist article very traumatic

  • Citizen X||

    2Chili neglected to include a discussion of DIY hair products.

  • John||

    Robby once roughed it by spending the night with a friend in the wilds of Gathersburg. Robby forgot his hair product and the guy didn't have any. Robby had to ride the metro home without hair product. He has vowed never to leave civilization again.

  • Citizen X||

    Tips, tricks, and common sense to make hiring an escort a breeze | Maggie McNeill

    Incoming prosecution under SESTA in 3... 2...

  • Get To Da Chippah||

    3 Steps to Buy and Store Bitcoins Anonymously

    Step 1: Go back in time to 2010...

  • chipper me timbers||

    It's not how to BUY them anonymously it's how to hide them.

  • John||

    Trump is going to pardon Dinesh D'Souza.

    http://disq.us/p/1swtafe

  • SIV||

    That'll trigger the libs.

  • Eidde||

    "Hurry up, Mr. President, do it before you get distracted by something else!"

  • $park¥ leftist poser||

    (Unless you try to put nuts in the brownies. That's just unacceptable.)

    Amen to that. Talk about crossing a legal boundary.

  • Rhywun||

    Seriously. (Hi, Mom!)

  • OpenBordersLiberal-tarian||

    I applaud Reason for giving us ways to #Resist the authoritarian regime that stole the White House, but I must object to the part about making our own guns. Libertarians should embrace the progressive position on common sense gun safety, just as progressives are moving toward the Koch / Reason position on immigration. We need to be strengthening the left / libertarian alliance, not jeopardizing it by succumbing to gun fetishism.

    Instead of showing us how to make our own guns, I would have preferred an article explaining how to mass produce abortion pills. It would be especially welcome with Drumpf and his religious fundamentalist base trying to turn this country into The Handmaid's Tale.

  • Qsl||

    Could you differentiate between leftist and left-libertarian then? Explain the nuts and bolts as to what constitutes "common sense gun safety"?

    And if information concerning how to make weapons butts up against gun safety, which takes precedence?

  • OpenBordersLiberal-tarian||

    The most important difference between leftists (progressives) and liberal-tarians is our attitudes about economic issues. Most of my progressive friends believe economic inequality is an inherently bad thing. In fact, that's what motivated many of them to support Bernie Sanders. Liberal-tarians, in contrast, have no moral objection to extreme wealth concentration. We believe that there's nothing necessarily wrong with private individuals having net worths in the tens or even hundreds of billions of dollars.

    Common sense gun safety, for now, includes a ban on deadly military style assault weapons, and raising the legal age for gun ownership to 21.

    I'm afraid I don't have a definitive answer about the First Amendment implications of teaching people how to create weapons. Is it illegal to provide step by step instructions for making bombs? If so, maybe it should be illegal to show them how to make guns.

  • Qsl||

    That's interesting given Bernie Sanders's rhetoric on immigration depressing wages; how are the left moving towards open boarders then? If it is a question of open boarders or wealth redistribution. I doubt most libertarians even need to think twice.

    Shall all law enforcement and soldiers be required to be 21 then? Rewrite selective service mandates to apply only to those 21 years of age (and by proxy raise the voting age as well)?

    As it is, anyone can take gunsmithing course. I'm curious about the libertarian (or any for that matter) justification for making an entire course of study illegal.

    I doubt most libertarians are careless enough or have any sizable opportunities for sexual congress to make having homemade abortion pills interesting.

  • ImanAzol||

    "Deadly military style assault weapons."

    Ah, thanks for admitting you're utterly fucking ignorant of the subject. Having seen that soundbite, I can safely ignore anything else you might ever say regarding anything.

  • Robert Crim||

    FYI: There once were readily available manuals for how to convert commonly available firearms like the AR-15 into fully automatic weapons. However, some time ago, the government shut the publisher down.

    You also once could get bomb plans from the FBI, but Congress since has amended FOIA, so this no longer is true.

    It still is possible to get The Anarchist Cookbook (includes section on how to make explosives). You also can find the basic instructions in any Encyclopedia of Chemical Technology (available in most large public and university libraries). Look under "Explosives."

    There's also a book, Explosives and Homemade Bombs, by William Stovall, as well as several technical manuals available from the Army.

    In the event anyone is curious!

  • Butler T. Reynolds||

    "the progressive position on common sense gun safety"

    Gun fetishism? I think it's progressives that have a fetish about guns, just like the Catholics have a fetish about abortion.

  • ImanAzol||

    Anyone who believed a single word of Handmaid's Tale is retarded.

    If the Confederacy wasn't allowed to exist apart from the US, fundiefags certainly wouldn't be.

    Also, exactly which rights for women have been taken away? A complete list, please. Or a summary if the list is too long for a post here.

  • BigChiefWahoo||

    As I've posted elsewhere: google "Philip Luty, The Home Gunsmith" and download the book.

  • gormadoc||

    It's a silly post but good job getting reactions.

  • Ken Shultz||

    Good news on the Caps front?

    Fleury's statistics are predictably coming back down to earth. He came into the series sporting a 95% save rate. Over the last two games, he's clocking in around 87%. That's just a statistical reality. You can't maintain a 95% save rate like that against top teams forever.

    And it isn't just that Holtby is saved upwards of 95% last night either. It's when he made those saves.

    They've got us at five on three for a minute and a half? I've got this.

    Need the most important save in franchise history? I've got that, too. (If Washington wins the series, Caps fans will call that "The Save" forever.

    Ted Williams is supposed to have said something to the effect, "Don't tell me your batting average. Tell me when you hit 'em". Was it with guys on base? Was it when we were down a run in the 9th with two outs?

    The bad news for Caps fans is that we're going home. There's bad juju in our home stadium. I think it's the expectations of a collapse. It's contagious. It spreads from the fans to the players. Bad juju.

  • Ken Shultz||

    wrong thread.

    Sorry 'bout that!

  • Árboles de la Barranca||

    Don't worry, I read your post and thought it belonged here! Especially the quote from The Splendid Splinter.

  • Radioactive||

    magazine "presents a threat to the security, good order, or discipline of the correctional system or the safety of any person"....here, here...something we all should aspire to!!!

  • Napoleon Bonaparte||

    Actually sounds kind of cool, kind of like the issue where every subscriber got a copy with a picture of their house on the cover.

    Maybe they'll publish an issue that shows you how to set up your own meth lab?

  • chipper me timbers||

    "If you can't avoid getting into trouble, knowing how to get out of handcuffs can't hurt. "

    Step 1: Never talk to cops.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d-7o9xYp7eE

  • hello.||

    If they wanted to really bring the controversy and test the boundaries of law and order they should have run something like this:

    "How To Make A Cake And Not Sell It To A Gay Couple"

    "How To Enforce 40 Year Old Immigration Laws"

    "How To Pray The Gay Away"

    "How To Vote For A Republican"

    "How To Pray In School"

  • lap83||

    They also want to have a chance at the next journalism awards show

  • Iheartskeet||

    Ha ! That would truly be subversive.

  • Robot Centaur||

    "use Bitcoin anonymously" that's stupid. Use Monero instead, it's the only anonymous currency.

  • ImanAzol||

    All crypto currency are stupid. Unless you're the guy pimping the pyramid scam and profiting from the 'tards.

  • Unemployed Armenian Tranny||

    Subscription renewed.

  • simplybe||

    Thank you. Practical advice on how to make life less invasive and more free. Have always loved your articles but after a little while you can only handle so much Socialism vs Democracy, Democrat vs Republican, Capitalism vs Government regulation. Personally I don't believe there such a thing as a good form of government. I also believe that if it weren't for capitalism we would still live in the stone age. I truly don't understand why people can't grasp the fact that governments don't create anything and without monetary motivation nothing would be invented. Anyway love your magazine and please write more articles about how to get rid of corrupt government and politicians rather than switching one slave master for another.
    PS I have been told by reliable sources that I already have a rather large file with the FBI but at 71 I just don't care.

  • Bubba Jones||

    How do I buy a hard copy of this?

  • Unicorn Abattoir||

    When You're Done Reading This Issue of Reason, You Might Want to Burn It

    *pours gasoline on computer, searches for match...

  • Unicorn Abattoir||

    When You're Done Reading This Issue of Reason, You Might Want to Burn It

    *pours gasoline on computer, searches for match...

  • Acoscirq||

    "Keep in mind that the legal lines we describe may well be shifting under your feet. The first draft of Maggie McNeill's story about how to hire an escort was written before the passage of the Allow States and Victims to Fight Online Sex Trafficking Act (FOSTA) this spring. It is now illegal, under federal law, to host digital content that promotes or facilitates prostitution, and the new law holds web publishers and platforms liable for doing so."

    Under Washington State Law from 1975, anything that promotes or advances prostitution in nay way is a class C felony.

    Too her credit, Ms. McNeill was braking the law (and knew it) when she wrote that piece even before FOSTA.

    The State recently charged a man with a felony for simply telling another man that he should see a certain sex worker. When challenged in court, King County Superior judge Sean P. O'Donnell held that the State has no burden to prove an act of prostitution took place to qualify as a felony under Washington law. Simply discussing prostitution is enough to qualify as advancing and promoting and is considered a felony.

    Beautiful State with the weakest Constitutional protections in the country.

  • Longtobefree||

    Did I miss the article about how to get away with open air burning? As 'bad' as all that other stuff is/was, burning the dead tree edition is a crime against humanity in today's progressive world. That would release enough stored carbon to raise the temperature by 47F degrees.

  • Uncle John||

    Didn't you mean for me to burn the magazine when I was finished with it? And while I'm quibbling, how much nonsense does it take to make a ton.

  • Robert Crim||

    Where can I get an extra copy?

  • Robert Crim||

    Where can I get an extra copy?

  • buybuydandavis||

    "When You're Done Reading This Issue of Reason, You Might Want to Burn It"

    These days, that feeling comes before I read it.

  • Eman||

    I'm surprised the Cohen brothers let you use their title. Nice guys.

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