This is the Ginter Code???
I’ve read numerous boards that are trying to crack this year’s Ginter Code. I know Nick Jacoby of Cardboard Overload (you know him, he’s the guy that won it last year and has a card in this year’s A & G set to show for it) has said that he believes he has cracked it, but isn’t sure that he was the first to respond back to do so.
With that in mind, and realizing that I have no shot in heck to win this year, I read on a board that there are no obvious code cards in this year’s set. So even though people have been scrutinizing over sailor cards, or celestial cards, or the zodiac, or even the boxes themselves, apparently, none are going to help crack the code.
What I also read that if you follow the instructions on the actual code contest card (which is e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org), you’ll get an automated response, whether or not you actually solved it.
Okay, so I e-mailed them and look what I got back in return…
Subject: RE: code
Date: Thu, 15 Jul 2010 16:45:42 -0400
P.O. Box 785
Pittston, PA 18640
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