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By Phil Nickinson
Tuesday, Nov 8, 2011 at 5:23 pm EST
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Congrats! And thanks to everyone for entering!
Thank you, Phil, Android Central and Verizon Wireless :)
*HANDCLAPPING COMING FROM TUCSON,AZ*
Congrats and enjoy!!!
Congratulations! That's awesome man.
What a cool safe too!
Nice Job Man!
Congrats to you!!!
Congrats man! that RAZR is one of the nicest smartphones I ever saw
Me = filled with a feeling of blinding, painful jealousy
I would love to see some links where the answers were found.
Did anyone notice that the FLIGHT PLAN puzzle says departure time is 1410z and then on the recording it said "convoy loaded transport aircraft at 1400 hours"? For clue 3 this was important. It wanted to know the time of day the convoy boarded the transport aircraft. digit 1 in the code. i can't believe one adds to 6 and one adds to 5.
Looks like another slip up to me on Verizon's part. "Departure" does not equal "boarded", but "loading" is definately a synonym.
Gratz, you won the best phone of the year!
Congrats and I guys should do more this was cool like with the 1st quad core on each carrier and the galaxy nexus
Congrats! Haha, I was the first to enter with *6823#. So close!
So what's the resale on this?
Last Clue: The last digit in Kevlar's molecular formula
How is the last digit not 4???
Don't believe everything you read on Wikipedia. :-)
Yea, I agree. It is technically incorrect. C14H10N2O2 is where the 2 came from, but this is something called the empirical formula. The molecular formula is the one you listed, however, in that case, I would imagine the last digit would be 1, because technically each element is followed by a 1 if no number is listed. come on Verizon...step your game up!
Damn you Wikipedia!http://www.commonchemistry.org/ChemicalDetail.aspx?ref=24938-64-5
with so many mistakes in this contest I seriously think smartphone experts needs to hire professionals to create these contests.
Damn, I got hung up in the registration and missed being first by a minute. That hurts.
Darn, I would just cover the safe in liquid nitrogen or helium and then use a sledgehammer to literally "crack" the safe.