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A small camera in a discarded potato chip
bag. Low profile, foil wrap makes an
excellent mirror for the lens. Winds move
similar bags so it would be unnoticed
flying in small circles a foot above the
sidewalk. Small fan inside bag provides
The gum on the sidewalk has several
location bugs in it. Person gets it stuck on
shoe, then person shows up on map of
city for all to see.
If person tries to scrape it off, get a
sample of any hairs, fibers or rubber on
the sole of his/her shoe. Can this help
you solve last weeks crime.
The ball of crumpled up paper is actually
another bug. This hides perfectly in any
office setting. It is actually a crumpled
paper shell around a plastic sphere with
wheels inside. This little ball of trash that
can, rolls around any office looking for
suitable video or audio feed to upload. If
caught rolling around in a video or in front
of anyone the employees are blamed for
playing during work.
I hope I didn't give away any government
||great in London where they took all the litter bins away to prevent the IRA leaving bombs in them!
||This implies litter lying around is acceptable. It's not.
||Great in Cleveland where they took the trash cans away because the mayor's broke.
||London, Cleveland, NYC, any place in
northern NJ. Buahahahaha! This works
||How ironic. Here I am videotaping this beautiful white plastic bag thats blowing around in circles, and there it is videotaping me right back.
||The police already use trash (coffee cups, gum, cigarette ends, etc.) *discarded* by criminals to get surreptitious samples of DNA perfectly legally. They're even known to offer coffee to suspects for this purpose.
||A good few years ago now, someone wrote a story, Slow Glass, where in the end, the world was blanketed with sand-particle-sized surveillance devices.