While I’d love to see video of Rob going at it with a thermal lance, or other ill advised shenanigans, It’s really time to get the darn thing open.
@beschizza I hope to see you and one of the TOOL folks busting it open soon, if not a paid locksmith.
Earth-shattering kaboom! Earth-shattering kaboom!
Call Geraldo, too. Just in case it’s filled with krugerrands.
I’m hoping that it contains a small, securely-locked adamantium box.
Or selfies of Geraldo…
LOL, hey like him or not I can only hope to look as good as he does at his age.
July 25, 2016, 6:46pm
Just wait. Next week Rob will be soliciting ideas for how to get an unexpected locomotive out of his basement.
The keys to it are in the safe…
“We should just drive it out of the basement!”
July 25, 2016, 7:26pm
basement or dungeon? has anyone an idea about the size of Chateau Beschizza?
Guys… are we going to feel disappointed when
@beschizza finally opens this thing. I sort of feel like we’ve built it up a good bit now. What if it’s empty or not full of any of the things we’ve imagined? What then?
July 25, 2016, 7:33pm
don’t you want your
What if it’s empty
We can send him all manner of things in unmarked wrappers and he can seal it up for the next occupant.
July 25, 2016, 7:34pm
this is excellent. I propose a ring with lots of old safe keys and a lock-picking set
@beschizza, get that thing open! I can’t be dr. Mindysan33 without it!
Here I was thinking my hubby was putting it in OUR lock box, not Robs magic safe!
I’d guess it was probably emptied by whoever last used it. Maybe it has an ancient homeowner’s insurance policy, a barely legible list of insurance agents from 50 years ago, a faded list of old family doctors, some old faded personal legal docs., and a key to an unknown safety deposit box?
July 25, 2016, 7:38pm
Ah, Schrodinger, Schrodinger… is there no end to your paradox?
July 25, 2016, 7:39pm
An elaborate, antique key, with a note that says “this is the key to the other safe.”
Then it will have
exactly what I imagine it has in it. Geraldo Rivera has helped insure that our expectations are very low.
That’s totally true. In a number of ways.