Bond by numbers

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  • BondJasonBond006BondJasonBond006 on fb and ajb
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    Birdleson wrote: »
    It has gone from being in the lower group to a Top Ten spot. for me.

    But why, you seem to have an impeccable taste in movies, I'm shocked :-O

    :))
  • PropertyOfALadyPropertyOfALady Colders Federation CEO
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    @BondJasonBond006

    How's QoS going?
  • BondJasonBond006BondJasonBond006 on fb and ajb
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    @BondJasonBond006

    How's QoS going?


    I originally had QOS as my No 3 movie in my newly started Bondathon. But now I am watching first the Connery and Moore movies in random order. I'm on No 8 out of 13 movies.

    QOS will be my first one to watch after that, probably in one week if that is OK.
  • PropertyOfALadyPropertyOfALady Colders Federation CEO
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    Yes, that's fine! :D
  • PropertyOfALadyPropertyOfALady Colders Federation CEO
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    You there yet?
  • BondJasonBond006BondJasonBond006 on fb and ajb
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    You there yet?

    Almost, just finished with my Connery/Moore Bondathon and now it:
    Brosnan/Craig Bondathon, QOS is starting the joyride :)
  • BondJasonBond006BondJasonBond006 on fb and ajb
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    @PropertyOfALady

    I have finished my Connery/Moore Bondathon and today is OHMSS.

    Probably in the next two days I'll start my Craig/Brosnan/Dalton Bondathon with QOS being the first.
  • PropertyOfALadyPropertyOfALady Colders Federation CEO
    edited December 2015 Posts: 3,669
    Since @BondJasonBond006 is on temporary (hopefully) leave, would someone like volunteer for QoS?
  • PropertyOfALadyPropertyOfALady Colders Federation CEO
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    16 SA8PT (08) - Registration of one of the Alfa Romeo 159s that follows Bond
    72 GH3LD (08) - Registration of Bond's Aston Martin DBS

    G36CV
    Kal. 5,56mmx45 - Written on the gun of the passenger of the Alfa Romeo
    85-000794

    DF 296KX - Registration of a Ford
    21 RJ6LT- Registration of the second Alfa Romeo
    20 - Number on the back of the lorry that rips Bond's door off
    AS 339 XX - Registration of a green Renault that Bond passes
    DJ 512SA - Registration of a lorry
    18 TE7GO - Registration of a blue Mercedes-Benz lorry
    DS - 749KT - Registration of a black Ford
    AY 780 ZJ - Registration of a blue Seat
    AN 2501S - Registration of a blue Opel
    DF 535KT - Registration of a blue Ford
    CC217-AE- Registration of the Carabinieri Land Rover
    112 - Unit number of the Carabinieri Land Rover
    850 - Written on a digger in the quarries
    MI6-05 - Written on a photo of Vesper and Yusef
    127/789 - Written on a box in the belltower
    877/654 - Written on a box in the belltower
    CC GH119 - Registration of a Carabinieri Alfa Romeo
    12 - Unit number of a Carabinieri Alfa Romeo
    3, 6, 9, 56 - Street numbers in Sienna
    BJ57 OGD - Registration of the Land Rover that takes Bond to Mitchell's apartment
    8 - Number of years Mitchell worked for M
    5 - Number of years Mitchell was M's bodyguard
    4 - Total number of "bloody Christmas presents" M finds lying around
    45 - Mitchell's age
    Less than £100 - How much money Mitchell had. About the same in € and $
    $20 - Note found in Mitchell's wallet
    CJ94469175 A, J10 - Numbers on the $20 bill
    10266700 - Passport number of Edmund Charles Slate
    5 March 1976 - Date of birth listed on Slate's passport
    23 October 2004 - Date of issue
    23 October 2014 - Date of expiry

    P<GBRSLATE<<EDMUND<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<1026670003GBR7607303M1006294<<<<<<<<<<<<<<02

    TCA 16:23:07 - Timestamp on a security camera still showing Slate

    1. SLATE
    2. EDMUND
    3. 05-03-76 BRITAIN
    4a. 22-12-07 4b. 21-12-17 4c. DVLA
    5. SLATE703056EC99PX 03
    7. His signature
    8. 138 CHAPEL DRIVE, WINDSOR, SL4 5JH
    9. B, BE, C1, C1E, D1, D1E, f,k,l,n,p
    16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26 of 26 - Picture numbers of Slate.
    325 - Slate's room at the Hôtel Dessalines
    11:15 - Time on Bond's watch
    11:35 - Time on Bond's watch after the fight with Slate
    2311 B - The registration of Camille's Ford Ka
    11:55 - Time on Bond's watch
    3328 A - Registration of a Nissan Sentra Bond drives by on the motorcycle
    1276 C - Registration of another Sentra.
    15 - Age of Dominic Greene when he took an iron to one of his mother's piano students


    R. Sterling

    Unit 10, Lock 71, 413 Longstream Road
    London, England, United Kingdom.

    T: +44 (0)207 946 0139 M: +44 (0)7700 900 796
    F: +44 (0)207 946 0240

    www.universalexports.net

    +07700 90 04 20 - Number on Bond's phone
    223A - 45C - Tag ID on Bond's phone
    3721 - FDE packet number on Bond's phone
    12:45 - Time on Bond's phone
    18°32' N / 72°20' W - Coordinates on Bond's phone
    38¢ - Minimum wage in Haiti
    $1 - New minimum wage in Haiti after electing a new priest
    26 - Countries ready to officially recognise the new Bolivian government
    Less than one week - How quickly Quantum can give General Medrano his country back
    2:57 - Appears to be the time on Medrano's watch. It's wrong since only a few minutes ago Bond's phone displayed 12:45
    256, 157, 70, 05, 45, 127, 435, 420, 610, 264, 108 - Numbers on cargo crates
    A-P-6977 - Boat registration
    America XII - The name of a boat
    40 - The model number of a Yamaha outboard motor on Bond's boat
    150 - The model number of the Yamaha outboard motor on the dinghy of Greene's henchmen
    R62 Roi Des Signes III - The name of a boat
    25.7025MM - Distance to Greene on Bond's phone
    26.784 MM - Distance to Greene on Bond's phone
    +44 0 1234 567 890 - Number on Bond's phone
    5467 TM - Registration of Bond's Ford Bronco

    47 32 N LAT 122 18 W LONG
    16 54 N LAT 76 33 W LONG
    13 12 N LAT 2 42 W LONG
    52 48 N LAT 0 12 W LONG
    51 30 N LAT 0 10 W LONG
    73 12 N LAT 2 42 W LONG

    Track 1A - Bond's track on the MI6 map

    49SBC, 49SJC, 49SRC, 49SZC, 50TFF, 50TFN, 99550TZC, 99550THC, 99550AEC, 99550SEC, 40661SEC,

    MATCH ID 00014 - MATCH ID 0094

    MATCH ID 00214 - MATCH ID 00259

    MATCH ID 00290 - MATCH ID 00319

    MATCH ID 00369 - GREENE DOMINIC

    ETHNICITY CAUCASIAN
    DATE OF BIRTH JUN 12 1968
    HEIGHT/WEIGHT 5'2 / 183
    L/D STAT LIVING
    MARRIAGE STAT SEPARATED
    SSN / ID NO XXX-XX-6321
    DL NO AA-4268415-3
    CURRENT LOC PARIS / PORT-AU-PRINCE
    ADDITIONAL DATA VIEW MORE >>

    CONF 18%
    CROSSREF x1
    S# 56246846844
    .00008 SECONDS


    GREENE PLANET INFO

    TYPE FUEL COMPANY
    LOCATION NEW YORK, USA / ZURICH, GERMANY
    EMPLOYEES UNKNOWN
    VALUE 12.8 BILLION USD
    INCORPORATED JULY 1996
    WEB WWW.GREENEPLANET.COM
    ANNUAL GROWTH 0.97264%

    Ore Commerce Plaza, 99 Washington Avenue
    Albany, NY 12231-0001 - Address of where Greene filed for a service mark

    1710 N. Holnee Street, NY - Greene's address

    1600033252 - The number of Greene's service mark

    Bond's personal information follows:

    Born April 13, 1968
    Unmarried
    SSNID# 94612751
    DL N/A
    AKA 007

    MI6 AGENT
    EMPLOYED X2 YEARS
    00 STATUS 08.01

    ROYAL NAVY 86-96
    RNR DEFENCE 96-99
    MI6 OFFICER 99-P

    End of Bond's data

    351
    56
    32
    55

    22
    6
    13
    21

    21
    5
    6
    654
    23

    2
    698

    227
    19
    1074
    23

    83

    5156
    561
    2
    1

    53
    1
    32
    0
    2
    3
    2033
    1
    3
    88

    5416
    21

    2
    13
    21



    Bond's blood pressure is 105/82, 104/83, 106/82, 106/81, 107/81, 104/82, 103/82, 102/83, 101/84, 99/85, 99/86, 98/86, 98/87, and his temperature is 98.6, 98.7, 98.5, 98.4, 98.3, 98.2, 98.1, 98.0, 97.9, 97.8, 97.7, 97.6, °F

    10.252.154.985
    10.232.254.125
    10.255.245.212
    10.255.213.897
    10.254.545.236
    10.252.154.985
    10.232.254.125
    10.255.245.212
    10.255.255.255
    10.225.125.021
    10.252.154.985
    10.255.213.897
    10.254.545.236
    10.255.254.205

    N3.7, N4.9, N7.0, N8.9, N14.8, N17.9

    There's also a very long line of percentages .

    6STU
    Z61852 1
    U5 2210

    +01 703 182 0623 - The phone number for the CIA

    HP- 668 - Registration of a plane

    GREGG LINWOOD BEAM
    CAUCASIAN
    FOD ONY 02 1966
    4 00 | 143 LBS
    REW
    W569
    460

    LANGLEY, VA
    UNAVAILABLE
    UNAVAILABLE

    N5LK - Registration of a jet
    NP 1308 - Registration of a jet
    NP 819 - Registration of a propeller plane
    N803RK - Registration of a jet
    G-OCSC - Registration of Greene's jet

    P27547 - Camille's Brazilian drivers license number

    23-10-04 - Date of issue
    21-10-09 - Date of expiry

    MATCH ID starts at 00000 and ends at 00080

    After this there's a ton of flight data that's impossible to format.

    The following numbers are on a map
    14 all the way to 30, 55, 50, 1000, 500, 0, 2000, 3000, 4000, 95 to 100
    WX82 RE - Greene's Jaguar registration
    12.9462, 12.1752, 10.1211, 11.8222, 13.4493, 14.2628, 14.7805, 15.3722, 15.8899M - Numbers in Bond's phone while tracking Greene
    DS54 AR - Registration of Bond's rented Volvo
    299 792 458 m/s - Neon sign above the Tosca venue
    Archive 45 - 2A
    16%
    Facial. Recog V3.1
    Lip. Recog V4.6
    90%
    Archive 2-63

    Facial. Recog V4.6
    16%
    Archive 2-55

    Facial data
    Contour - 85%
    Eye Ridge - 71%
    Mouth shape - 85%
    Nose - 92%
    Hairline - 98%
    Gender ID - 100%

    MI6 MAINFRAME 2SQ1#ALPH1
    USER: TANNER MI6 ID 423544

    DATA RENDER 29%
    19:07 Agent down alert received
    19:06 Agent In danger alert received
    The timestamp on Tanner's camera footage goes from 10:48:00 (hundredths) to 10:49:27. 28 hundredths per second

    A number in the upper right corner goes from 01984 to 01989
    HB - IMJ - Registration of a plane at Bregenz Airport
    5100- The model of the card machine at Bregenz Airport
    In addition to regular number keys, it has 00

    23-220-233-0-12-53
    3-2231
    2.5
    - numbers on Bond's of Quantum members
    3:30 - Time on Mathis's watch
    3 - Measures of Gordon's in a Vesper
    1 - Measures of vodka in a Vesper
    1/2 - Measures of Kina Lillet in a Vesper
    6 - number of lemon peels in a Vesper
    491 - the last three digits of a licence plate
    9587BS - The number of Bond's taxi.
    DFW4189 - Bond's taxi registration.
    8PM on 8.23.08 - the date of Greene's EcoPark Charity Fund Raiser
    17% - The planet's surface that has been irreversibly degraded since 1955.
    278 LNS - Registration of one of the police motorcycles that pulls over Bond.
    AKD4121 - The registration of Bond's Land Rover
    11:00 - Time on Bond's watch
    9:10: This one is hard to see, because it's lit up by muzzle flash but I think it's the correct time on Bond's watch when the police shoot Mathis
    10:15 - Time on Bond's watch when he's holding Mathis
    217, 208, 201, 211, 250, 234, 185, 196, 180, 80, 29, 88, 222, 175, 095, 056, 339, 115.7 - numbers on Camille's map
    0, 4, 8, 12 - Numbers on the rudder trim of the DC-3
    300° - Bond and Camille's heading in the DC-3, 10km south of Galera
    CP265 - the registration of the DC-3
    40, 60, 80, 100, 220, 240, 260, 280, 300 - The airspeed indicator of the Marchetti
    B5-275931- Box number in the back of the DC-3
    D 2009 - Bag number in the back of the DC-3
    0 30, 60, 90, 120, 150, 180, 210, 240, 270, 300, 330 - Compass in the DC-3
    0, 10, 20, - Gauge in the DC-3
    3, 4, 5, 6 - Gauge in the DC-3
    111, 112, 114, - Hotel room numbers
    EAR5114 - Registration of Camille's VW Beetle
    Once a week - How often regime changes occur
    30 - number of seconds Bond has before he must run from the CIA
    1 - Number of shots Camille needs
    JGH7149 - Registration is one of Greene's hydrogen-powered Fords
    32 - Room number of the Perla de las Dunas
    28 - Another room
    1743 PN - License number of the Chief of Police's Land Rover
    20 - number of miles Greene would make it before drinking the oil
    TTR7192 - Registration of Bond's hydrogen-powered Ford
    1 - Brand of oil
    2 - Number of bullets in the back of Greene's skull


    @Creasy47 Are you still up for Skyfall?
  • TokolosheTokoloshe Under your bed
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    Just started watching QOS and then spotted that you've already done it. I picked up a couple of extra things though:

    18 JG3EC - Alfa Romeo chased through quarry and shot off cliffside - this appears to be a continuity blip since it's not one of the two cars chasing him earlier.

    325 is Slate's room number
  • PropertyOfALadyPropertyOfALady Colders Federation CEO
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    I found it interesting that Slate's middle name is Charles. The same as my father's first and brother's middle name.
  • PropertyOfALadyPropertyOfALady Colders Federation CEO
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    I don't know if editing comments makes people you mention show up.

    @Creasy47 Are you still up for Skyfall?
  • Creasy47Creasy47 In Cuba with Natalya.Moderator
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    Thanks for the PM, @PropertyOfALady!

    I am indeed still doing SF. Final exams begin this upcoming week for me, and once I'm done with those, I'll have a nice three and a half week Christmas Break to enjoy, so I'll get to SF then.
  • PropertyOfALadyPropertyOfALady Colders Federation CEO
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    How's SF going @Creasy47?
  • Creasy47Creasy47 In Cuba with Natalya.Moderator
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    How's SF going @Creasy47?

    It's not. I never got around to doing it, been so wrapped up in gaming over Christmas Break and other things. I'll get to it soon.
  • AceHoleAceHole Belgium, via Britain
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    You guys have way too much free time... @-)
  • Creasy47Creasy47 In Cuba with Natalya.Moderator
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    AceHole wrote: »
    You guys have way too much free time... @-)

    What ever do you mean by that? ;)
  • AceHoleAceHole Belgium, via Britain
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    Creasy47 wrote: »
    AceHole wrote: »
    You guys have way too much free time... @-)

    What ever do you mean by that? ;)

    Some of these summaries are hallucinogenic... (but well done, don't get me wrong it's good detailed work :> )
    Honestly - I'm already glad if I simply manage to catch 80% of the dialogue of a given film, in between my kid and/or wife interrupting me in one way or another :[email protected]
  • PropertyOfALadyPropertyOfALady Colders Federation CEO
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    Hallucinogenic? So these can get you high?
  • PropertyOfALadyPropertyOfALady Colders Federation CEO
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    Any numbers qualify. Although I don't think that the earlier films were covered nearly as good as the later ones (TWINE onwards).
  • TokolosheTokoloshe Under your bed
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    I cobbled together the original list from another website. It had a fair bit but was probably not complete.

    To be honest I think the level of detail that has been provided for the later films is rather over the top. Listing every sequence of numbers that appears on Gupta's encoder is certainly more effort than I was expecting anyone to go to!
  • PropertyOfALadyPropertyOfALady Colders Federation CEO
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    Should I do Skyfall?
  • TokolosheTokoloshe Under your bed
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    That would be great, thanks. I tried it but my DVD player is crap and doesn't allow frame by frame scrolling so I kept missing stuff.
  • TokolosheTokoloshe Under your bed
    edited January 2016 Posts: 2,667
    (DUP)
  • PropertyOfALadyPropertyOfALady Colders Federation CEO
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    Unless you want to do it, @Creasy47.
  • AnthraxAnthrax Sweden
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    Well DAD is in my Top 10 of the Bond movies and I'm probably the only one here that finds DAD just amazing!!

    I can do it... ;)

    DAD is currently hovering around the 7th and 8th spot on my list, I just need to see SP 2-3 more times.
  • Creasy47Creasy47 In Cuba with Natalya.Moderator
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    Alright, I'm kicking my ass into gear. I WILL have the numbers for SF done very soon, I promise.
  • Creasy47Creasy47 In Cuba with Natalya.Moderator
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    Birdleson wrote: »
    I've already done SPECTRE:

    There were two crows.
    Blofeld had one big scar.

    0 - the amount of times @Birdleson enjoyed SP. :D
  • ThunderfingerThunderfinger Das Boot Hill
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    Creasy47 wrote: »
    Birdleson wrote: »
    I've already done SPECTRE:

    There were two crows.
    Blofeld had one big scar.

    0 - the amount of times @Birdleson enjoyed SP. :D

    646-the amount of times he enjoyed pointing it out.
  • Creasy47Creasy47 In Cuba with Natalya.Moderator
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    @Thunderfinger, in that case, I should add '1,000+' to SF by-the-numbers, as it reflects how many times I complained about the movie, pointed out issues/plot holes/problems I had, etc. It sucks being an odd man out, of sorts, when it comes to trying to share in the excitement with a new Bond movie that everyone loves and you don't, but hey, it does happen. I experienced it firsthand with SF, and that's why I enjoy any and all of @Birdleson's criticism of SP, along with anyone else who truly loathed it or didn't enjoy it at all. Like I've stated too many times before, if we all loved everything equally and didn't necessarily dislike anything the Bond series had to offer, this would be a seriously dull place.

    Keep hating on SP, I say. Adds for some solid conversation and dialogue, provided there is substance to it and not 'lol sp sucks cuz it was bad and stoopid.'
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