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Ancient and Long-Locked Music School Safe To Be Cracked

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School never got back to me about my request to photograph the Grand Opening. Supposedly it is happening today and I will be out of town on a much more important matter at this point anyway. Keep your eyes open for results. I think the school even has a twitter account that might be active.

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16 hours ago, PhilipKT said:

Hahaha you make me laugh.

I like you

Thank you!  :)However, I've been advised (repeatedly) not to give up my day job...<_<

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2 hours ago, vathek said:

I would bet that the music school cleaned the safe out and left it due weight etc. It's empty.

I think you are correct, but heck, that’s no fun.

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3 hours ago, vathek said:

I would bet that the music school cleaned the safe out and left it due weight etc. It's empty.

I would bet that they left it unlocked too. Then someone just spun the tumbler for the heck of it, and viola', it wound up locked.

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19 hours ago, MarkBouquet said:

I would bet that they left it unlocked too. Then someone just spun the tumbler for the heck of it, and viola', it wound up locked.

For safety reasons, you don’t leave behind a massive safe unlocked. It’s likely empty. Let’s see if anything hits the papers.

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3 hours ago, violguy said:

The headmaster's porn collection!

Or a staff condom dispenser.  ;)

My hope and belief is that things are getting somewhat better in both the teaching and dealing trades.

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Contents of the safe were:

a signed print of a clipper ship; a cherub figurine, fragments of a receipt from January 23, 1917 from the "Music School Settlement" for $1.00; two painted wooden tiles; and keys. 
 

 

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3 hours ago, BassClef said:

Contents of the safe were:

a signed print of a clipper ship; a cherub figurine, fragments of a receipt from January 23, 1917 from the "Music School Settlement" for $1.00; two painted wooden tiles; and keys
 

Did the keys fit that safe?? :D 

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Given what the interior of such a safe is going to look like (the photos above of a similar safe are a good indicator) I doubt very much that there will be a Stradivarius in there. Most likely legal papers, etc. It's still an interesting project. Let us know what they find.

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2 hours ago, Craig Cowing said:

Given what the interior of such a safe is going to look like (the photos above of a similar safe are a good indicator) I doubt very much that there will be a Stradivarius in there. Most likely legal papers, etc. It's still an interesting project. Let us know what they find.

Umm... contents already revealed 4 posts above!! :P

 

Its a "community school" isn't it, aiming to bring music exposure to neighbourhood kids etc etc

Not exactly a college of excellence doing masters workshops, where you might expect Ray Chen to visit... and need somewhere 'safe' to store his instrument.

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