Delivery to my office ~4.23.2004. Box contains a page, a white bag with $153 in $1 coins, and a small plastic IC
circuit thing I believe is an RFID tag, but I'm not sure.
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11Simon Peter climbed aboard and dragged the net ashore. It was full of large fish, 153, but even with so many the net was not torn. $153 in coins 153 fish. Tuesday of Holy week 2004 was April 6th.
clue: John 21:11 Simon Peter went up, and drew the net to land full of great fishes, an hundred and fifty and three: and for all there were so many, yet was not the net broken. This is NOT the reading for Anglicans or Roman Catholis for Tuesday in Holy week 2004: http://www.textweek.com/yearc/tuesc.htm What are the coin denominations and dates?
hance - the coins are all $1 susan b. anthony coins (save for a sacajewea or two) and the dates vary.
clue: http://www.williams-sonoma.com/ The bag is from an upmarket kitchenware supplier Williams-Sonoma Grande Cuisine Acts 10:44 is the foundation of the christian Church. i.e. this is the first time Gentiles were Baptized. I know others may argue about Peter being the first Pope as origins of the church in Matthew 16:13-30 but i refer to Pentecost. I wonder if there is a link with the accepted days of readings and the bible references? the Anglican and Roman church have A,B and C years and the readings rotate. http://www.cresourcei.org/lectionary/YearB/Blentlist.html But the orphanage seems to detest the roman church and the Anglican one was set up by Henry VIII and is more like the Catholic Church of England than Protestant. Indeed Henry was made "Defender of the Faith" by the Pope before splitting off with his own church - a title still held by the Monarch today. Henry also had Lattimer and Ridley burned at the stake AFAIK. anyway you can find other Churches (there IS only one the orphanage will no doubt pipe up) lists of readings at the above link.
In http://www.maydaymystery.org/mayday/texts/freaks165.html, it says "Hey dude, U git de Coin? Doan fergit ta post dat breakdown a de nummer. More der dan wat fuhst appear. Turn de nummer over an aroun in U heAd." 153 can be expressed as the sum of all integers from 1 to 17. In other words, 153 is the 17th triangular number. Since the reverse of 153, i.e. 351 is also a triangular number, 153 can be termed as a reversible triangular number.
Hi Brian Dont know why it took me so long to realize this, but I think the tab thing might fit into a USB port. The contacts look alot like those on my memory stick.
Hance - it's way way smaller. About the size of nickel. About the best thing I can liken it to is a car fuse, it was obviously meant to slot into a custom receptacle or something like that. But it's way too tiny to be USB.
You still have that plastic thing? This might be worth a 4 hour drive to Columbus. I'm new to this whole thing, but a lot of it strikes a strange, deja vu cord with me.
On your dollar coins. Bryan take a very close look at all of the 1979-P Susan B. Anthony coins you've received (the mintmark is located on the left above the shoulder. There were two types of obverses struck during this time. The difference between these to is the distance between the date and the coins rim. Far dates are more common but Near dates are worth about $20 dollars in good condition. As for the Sacagawea dollars there were 5,000 given to Glenna Goodacre (she designed the obverse of the coin) with a special finish. These coins are worth around $500. The odds that the Orphanage would come into contact with these coins is highly unlikely, but as we all know the Orphanage is capable of acquiring all sorts of coins.