Monday, July 11, 2011

Ginter Code Cards Mean Nothing to Me

There is no way, and I mean absolutely, positively no way, I could ever solve the Ginter Code. Even if I was the only one to have any code cards and not one soul on this planet was working on solving the clues, I still wouldn't get it.

Which is why I don't stress out over the code thing. I like to have the code cards that have Rangers on them.

Kind of like this Ian Kinsler. Look at all that gobbly gook on the sides. I'm still not convinced any of that means anything.

My favorite non-Ranger Ginter code would have to be this one.

I don't know how Pat Neshek is now, but when I sent this to him, he was a great TTM signer.

Ginter is coming out soon. I've ordered my box from the guys at Community Gum and I'm ready to defend my Gint-A-Cuffs Champion title.

The one thing I won't be doing, it spending any time trying to solve the Ginter Code. I'll leave that to you guys with more brain capacity.


  1. I like cracking codes, and came very close to winning the JD Wild Cardz contest a while back, but there's no way I can compete with the people that basically make it their temporary full-time job to crack. In a perfect world, it would be fun to try, though.

    Thanks again for the contest patronage. Here's hoping you (or someone else buying from us) wins it all! They pretty much have to, right? Boxes still available, by the way.

  2. You still have boxes!??? Do you need some advertising? On a lowly viewed blog??? I'll try to steer a buyer your way if you want.