Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Keep to the Code!

Marooned?



If ye has yet attempt JD's Wild Code, it is never too late join. If ye is already on board and the code has led your judgment askew, show no fear, as CEO and swashbuckler Cap'n Jacoby has granted Parley.



The captain will answer but three questions pertaining to the code to help you chart your course. Please submit a comment below and await response.



Arg.

15 comments:

  1. Do I have to email you for the real code?

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  2. Only if you are extremely paranoid, bitter bear...I won't count that question :)

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  3. 2 things...

    #1. I think you might have an incorrect link in your post. Please check it out.

    #2. Can Cap'n Jacoby offer any clarification on what card set we should be looking at?

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  4. glad i'm not the only one having problems with that.

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  5. #1, not certain what link you are referring to, please clarify

    #2 - The first code from last Friday explains what set of cards are referred to. A checklist might help you out.

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  6. The link with the text, "It's never too late to join" takes me to a login page. It could be me. I seem to be having other troubles with Blogger today.

    With regards to the second question, the clue from last Friday refers to the trading card manufacturer and uses an adjective that might indicate a particular insert set, but I am having trouble finding a set that fits that description.

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  8. OOOOOOOOHHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!!!!!!!!! The light bulb just turned on!

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  9. Hmmm could it be??!!?? Maybe??!!?? You ole dog you.

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  10. Arg! Ye best be scootin' along, ya never know who might be ahead trying to plunder yer booty...arg.

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  11. I still haven't cracked the key from the second post, but will we need the images or just the "text" from the set?

    I'll crack this thing yet! But probably not before 82Redbirds
    --Jon

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  12. Images of the front of the cards will do fine.

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  13. 1) War... what is it good for?

    2) Will switching to Geico really save me 15% or more on car insurance?

    3) Is there ACTUALLY a prize, or will it just be a redemption?

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  14. Wow am I stumped again,
    For the email portion, it doesn't look like I can use one key for all 4 lines - am I wrong?

    Any hope for help on breaking down the lines in smaller segments?

    This is insanely addicting/frustrating/fun
    --Jon

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