2008-01-02

The Case

Although seemingly
rough and ...........inexpensive,
a case was .................presented to the
Grand Poopa on................... Christmas day -
(due to the fact .....................
he was in LA,
we saved a ........................lot in postage)
- that is a gift ......................to every clans'
members as......................... a whole. It

looked a lot .........................- ok, a little
- like the box ...........................pictured above.
A lot of the hollow, molded plastic inside had to
be removed (and the saw, as well) to make enough
space for what is inside at the present. Two (2) combin-
ation locks were placed on the case when it was full and
closed for the last time until Memorial Day weekend
at our favorite recre
ational site in this great state. The
case is in the safe custody of the Eagle chief (and her

husband) and will be opened when all clan members
(of availability) are present in the Hole in The Wall,
and the combinations have been discovered. You
can rest assured that the contents will be helpful
to all clans and is multi-purposeful at least. The
only advantage the Eagles have, at this point
in time, is the locks (on case) to try combos
on until we convene at the pit. I feel it only
fair to give all clans the same advantage
at working on the numbers and, here, have

found a four-digit tumbler for you to
practice the combinations before
the meeting of the clans.

click to practice:

(not the actual lock - only a representation)

You may, now arrange these digits, using single
digits from 0 - 9 in each place with a zero, in any
combination as you would a tumbler until you
feel you have the numbers and the right line-up
is achieved. With 20,000 different possible
combinations to both locks, it should take you
(and the Eagles) 'til summer to guess both.
Keep the case dry and secure, Grand Poopa.

Be aware that tampering with the case in any
way may "set" off reactions a bit early, and
might not be in your best interest.


see you at the pit

4 comments:

Stan said...

You know it is funny as well as the national statistics support the data that everyone uses a number or word that is common to them when developing passwords or something as simple as a combination lock. The majority even try to convince their telephone carrier into giving them a phone number that they can easily identify and remember. Keeping this in mind, I have taken all of the birth dates, anniversaries, and etc. dates of family members onto a excell data sheet. Doing this, I have been able to cut the odds on the numbers from 20,000 to a simpler number to work with, like 37. However, theses same statsisitics show that when it comes to combinatin locks, most people prefer to use a series, like all 2's 5's, etc. I feel that access should be accomplished shortly, if not I know a local locksmith.

Shana said...

hey the local lock smith is a friend of mine...and I bet you can buy those locks at spenard! I for one wont even try to figure it out...numbers scare me!

Stan said...

Hey, I do appreciate the "red" clues, oh you are sneaky and took awhile to figure out the code, but I will not dislcose it and wait to see if anyonew else comes up with the right combo!

j, d plumma said...

no locksmith may be used (even for clues) to do with the business of combo searching or the immediate clans member will be disqualified from the event(s).
sounds like you have a "clue" about number business, stan.....a consistent, sequential, systematic set of numbers linked to birthdays......have we met?
i'm that one guy - ya know?

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