Post 40: Through a Glass, Snarkily

Haven’t you always wanted to have your own sheet of glass that was a mirror on one side and a window on the other? You could set up your own interrogation room in the basement. You could take your kid down there and find out where he was on the night of March 23rd at 6:00 PM. And I am pretty sure CPS would understand it was all a joke. Also why you gave a cell phone to a 4 year old and had CPS’s number programmed in.

awesome mirror

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awesome mirror – 4 x 6 feet – smoke – tint * two-way glass

good condition * clean

blue tape around edges for protection

no scratches or cracks

The cracks appear later. Thanks for the submission, nojazzie. That’s a 10-4, over and out.

6 thoughts on “Post 40: Through a Glass, Snarkily

  1. For some reason, I have a feeling this (actually one-way glass) mirror came out of an old department store changing room. You know, the changing room that shared a wall with the employee’s Men”s Room. Nowadays, they use high tech surveillance cameras to spy on hot chicks trying on clothes……uh, but that would be wrong……

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  2. Would it have killed Sparky to actually take a good picture of said object? I mean, I appreciate the lack of reflectoporn (and I really mean that), but couldn’t Detective Sparquois have taken a moment out of his/her busy schedule of racial profiling and unnecessary tazing to -oh, I don’t know – FOCUS? Maybe get a shot of the whole thing?

    From the cinder block wall in the shots, I’m guessing the interrogation room just got an upgrade. Sweet! Let the waterboarding begin!

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