Oh no! Sorry all! I was not able to write up the post yesterday (Tuesday) because we had a little network problem. All fixed now! So I'm going to give you two posts today. This one's the draft from yesterday:
Guess what? I got another egg in my drawer again Monday! I have not been able to make much more progress on this mystery for these reasons: Eggs don't leave legible fingerprints! I know. I've tried. It's a textured element and is not smooth enough. There are no witnesses to question and I did not have a trip camera to catch the culprit in the act. There was no other evidence or events that could
provide me clues. This is one tough mystery, I am sad to say. Or should I say, pleased to say?
Tuesday morning I decided to try coming in to the office earlier than I usually do, hoping to catch the Egg culprit in the act of putting a third egg in the drawer. No luck. There was no third egg, and no extra clues that morning.
I am able to rule out a few people, though: the designer, lead tester, a 3D animator and our Sales director were not in the office Friday morning...the egg was there before them, which makes a good alibi.
Hmm...what shall I do next?
Oh hey! We have selected our caption contest winner from our Facebook Caption Contest! Congrats to Jennifer H. for her quote: "Um, don't look now, but the people who built these things?...their spaceship is right above us."
Weekend puzzle was cracked like an egg! Congrats! To solve it, take the first part and [unscramble it] to get the words [It's Locked]. Use this as your keyword and apply it to the below string of letters. It is a [Vigenére] cipher. You can look up how this kind of cipher works online. The end answer would be [Spying on Research]. Any thoughts what this could mean? ;)
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