“What the Mirror Knows” / Memorable Fancies #1217

     It’s a little-known fact that all mirrors sold in the U.S. for the past fifteen years are two-way mirrors. There is a micro-thin coating on the back of each one that transmits, every five hundred milliseconds, the image of what the mirror ‘sees.’ This coating is secretly applied at the factory (in the U.S.), or added, by the importer, to mirrors made in other countries.

     Mirror images are picked up in real time by orbiting satellites and re-directed to A Government Agency, where paranoid algorithms classify each image as either “suspicious” or “highly suspicious” or “immediate action required.”

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