Networking strategies are sometimes strange, but no matter how many answers you give, memes you publish or jokes a community manager makes, it is clear that this language works on platforms like Twitter. The CIA is no exception, as the United States Central Intelligence Agency is accustomed to testing its followers with riddles, but it seems to have a professional objective.

Surprising as it may seem, the official account of this official service points to viral challenges with images or hieroglyphics to see how many tweeters get it right and how many fail.

This is not the first time that Twitter users have been left with their mouths open, since as early as September they published the typical image of looking for differences and asked if they could find more than 10.

But now they have caught the attention of the Internet users again with a new riddle: “Put your analysis skills to the test. What time is it in this picture? In the tweet, the Intelligence Agency put three options: 3 p.m., 11 a.m. or 7 a.m.

Some tweeters marked 3 p.m. because they saw a couple of school buses parked; others said 11 p.m. because of the direction of the shadows; but the winning option, and the right one, was 7 a.m., since the streetlights were still on.

 

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