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What is the lowest secret designation?

Asked by RedDeerGuy1 (23805points) January 21st, 2023

The opposite of “Top Secret”.

Humor welcome.
Share some examples if your allowed to.

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gorillapaws's avatar


General Smith’s favorite color is blue.

JLoon's avatar

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RedDeerGuy1's avatar

~ Anderson Cooper’s childhood diary.

RedDeerGuy1's avatar

Also the real location of the Smurf village.

Jeruba's avatar

Good job, @LadyMarissa. So by U.S. federal regulations, there’s really only three classifications, and the sole difference among them is whether the unauthorized disclosure of information might be expected to cause damage, serious damage, or exceptionally grave damage to national security (Confidential, Secret, or Top Secret, respectively).

gorillapaws's avatar

In The British Royal Marines it’s “Naughty, Naughty”

E.g. Colonel Mustard’s favorite condiment is ketchup.

flutherother's avatar

KIBG Kept in Biden’s garage.

seawulf575's avatar

@LadyMarissa got it, though there are also some other designators such as NO-FORN (Not for Foreign Nationals to See) that get added on to some of these classifications

Brian1946's avatar

I’d say Bottom Secret.

Acrylic's avatar

Pawn is generally used for this designation. Low man on the board, he’s used by the player as a sacrifice, and he’s the only piece that can be upgraded. I usually like going from pawn to knight. Dude on horse is awesome!

rebbel's avatar

“You haven’t heard it from me, but….”

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