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Mime Spies

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Guaranteed security. They'll never talk.
8th of 7, Oct 09 2013

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       And they're highly resistant to popular torture methods, although our current method of measuring their tolerance by scream decibel level may need reviewed.
RayfordSteele, Oct 09 2013
  

       You must have forgotten about the Mime Interrogators!
xandram, Oct 09 2013
  

       // highly resistant to popular torture methods. //   

       Yes, like forcing someone to watch a mime performance ... or shutting them up in a glass box ...
8th of 7, Oct 09 2013
  

       Ummm, I thought that spies were supposed to be relatively non-obvious. If they aren't noticed, then they can do their thing without being caught and subjected to interrogation. Alas, mimes are usually very notice-able...
Vernon, Oct 09 2013
  

       Something's wrong, it's quiet...   

       ...too quiet.   

       "Would you like something to eat?" "Mime's a pie"
xenzag, Oct 10 2013
  

       I've always wondered by spies aren't simply medically muted. Aside from ethical objections (which could be mitigated by the fact that only the willing undergo the procedure), you could guarantee these agents will never talk.
awesomest, Oct 11 2013
  

       You do realize, do you not, that information can also be conveyed by, for example, writing?
MaxwellBuchanan, Oct 11 2013
  
      
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