[creative answer]Before there were cameras, how do they make identity cards?


dRebelXT

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give your best answer.. :bsmilie: and be creative.. :angel:
 

theRBK

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transcription of an interview with the prehistoric Bog Ogg peoples, made by time travellers, on the matter of identification:

"ugg, oogg eegggg uggg oogg... ugg oooggg eehgg oooggg ehhhggg uggg"
 

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sfoto100

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they ........... use.............................. DNA....
 

brapodam

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Basically you faceplant into a mould very much like that you would do for teeth braces and they heat it up to solidify it, and that is glued to a huge cardboard with your name.
 

commonjunks

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They were using Thumb prints (even on some legal documents thumb prints have more value then picture or signature ;)).
So did i get the prize?
 

enzeru21

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They didn't...

they were busy trying to make cameras~!!
:bsmilie::bsmilie::bsmilie:
 

Yutaka Go

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ID cards don't need photos or finger prints.

See this image
 

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