Wednesday, September 13, 2006

Clown Recognition

I was watching CSI tonight. Those folks at CSI sure are amazing... they always have on hand a computer program perfectly tailored to suit any possible need.

You know: "Grissom, we have a photo of the deceased as a child being attacked by a racoon" - run it through the old 'Racoon-bite-location-tetanus-o-matic' and, voila, the computer knows where the deceased ate their lunch on their deathday.

Anyway, tonight they utilised a program with almost limitless crime-solving potential: clown recognition software. See, a clown was murdered. But his makeup was removed. So they fed a photo of the John Doeclown into the program:


Ran it through the clown recognition algorithms... and... hey-presto! Here is what this man would most likely look like as a clown:


Crime solved! They took his photo to a Clown agency, and tracked down his killer.

The killer was a mime.

1 Comments:

At 9/18/2006 10:17:00 PM, Blogger penfold said...

i know not what you say. possibly because i have drunk a huge red bull in an attempt to finish my philosophy essay.
it's not working.

 

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