Here is Russell Peter’s bit about fighting terrorism by not smiling on your passport photograph.
Don’t flash a toothy smile, don’t wear your glasses and don’t wear a hat or head scarf while you’re getting your photo taken for an Indiana driver’s license or identification card.
The Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles last month rolled out a new set of rules governing how people must be photographed on their driver’s license photos.
No, the rules aren’t designed to make driver’s license photos — which already had a reputation for being unflattering — even worse.
Rather, the BMV is making the photographs uniform so their facial recognition software can be its most effective in spotting fraudulent license applications.