March '19 Essentials ROTM Guess Thread

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  1. TimmBrrrr

    TimmBrrrr Well-Known Member

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    I think we need to separate out the numbers, upper case letters and lower case letters. There are nine numbers total. Let’s assume it’s a US address and 5 of those numbers will be the zip code, the the other four will be the street address. That could be a four number street address or a fewer than four number address on a numbered street. Each upper case letter will be the beginning of a word except that two of them will be the postal state abbreviation code.

    So...

    480870402

    GHSOHA

    esdksyynaeuav

    That’s all the help I can be so far.

    @Storf am I on the right track?
     
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    Dawgyjay Well-Known Member

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    You need to jot your answers on a 4 by 10 sheet of paper and send it to:
    Tommy Boy Records
    C/o Dante the Scrub
    1747 1st Avenue
    NY, NY 10128

    If correct you will receive a specially selected grand prize.
     
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    I used the capital A for Avenue. That left GHSOH for capitals. You would think that would leave a state abbreviation. Only see OH for Ohio as a possibility. The numbers would include house number/street name and a zip you would think. OH zips start with 44 but cant seem to find any cities that would include the letters below. Anyone else going down rabbit holes?

    GHS

    sdks yyaa

    UPDATE: Ah using Ave instead of Avenue would have been helpful...
     
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    blubaluba New Member

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    If you figure two of the capital letters unscramble to a state abbreviation, the only two you can get are GA and OH. Then if you figure the numbers have a zip code in them, you can find Ohio zip codes (which can start with 44, which would include parts of Cleveland), but not Georgia zip codes (which all start with a 3, and we don't have a 3.

    So, I think that at least part of this unscrambled is [blank] Ave., [blank] OH, 44---

    Leaves you with

    8087002

    esyeav

    and

    GHS

    You can also get Sandusky out of there, which is a city in Ohio (where Cedar Point is). Only zip code with the right numbers in Sandusky is 44870.

    That leaves you with

    8002

    dyae

    GH

    I think we're looking for something at ---- something Ave., Sandusky, OH 44870
     
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    Ryan Kugler Well-Known Member

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    So not to throw a wrench but by address can it mean web address? It looks to me like the random strings websites use for sub pages...
     
  7. CrazyDiamond84

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    Sandusky, OH 44870
     
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    I appreciate you and your brain.
     
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    It's an IP address. But how one would utilize it to obtain the relevant information about this AOTM s beyond my knowledge or skills.
     
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    OG pressing was in 82'?
     
  12. Ave

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    Geneva, OH 44088
     
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    I don't think there's an 80s album Id want from them, but a few 90s for the RHH sub thatd be nice
     
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    So this was over in the Classics guess thread. Should we attach any meaning to it hear?

    Yeah that’s what I had too and I think that’s the best use of those letters.
     
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    If you use this then you are left with GH and esya assuming you use Ave.

    So that leaves

    2008 Hes Gay Ave
    Sandusky, OH 44870
     
  16. TimmBrrrr

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    What makes you think this is true? Not saying it isn’t I’m just wondering why you think it is?
     
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  18. Ave

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    "Sandusky, Ohio” is a rock album inspired by the 1995 comedy film “Tommy Boy,” starring Chris Farley and David Spade.

    And it’s no joke.

    The album was written and performed by Dave Paulson.
     
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    chrb98 Well-Known Member

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    Oh god, don't remind me. "Sure, I'll volunteer to run this guess thread! The last few months have been fairly simple so there's no way that this one could be that complicated, right?" I was oh so wrong :sick:
     
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    Guys, I've been in Sandusky for business and this place is known for one thing: Cedar Point and its 18 roller coasters:

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    Pharcyde confirmed! Except it was released in 1992 but it's only a detail!
     

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