A client of mine died last Sunday - just as he was born on a Sunday. He was already at rather ripe age, and I had the pleasure to present his last will to his loving and caring family. As far as I know, they haven't seen him in years, but they for sure knew one thing: He'd made a lot of inventions in his years and his patents are worth a lot. A real lot. Believe me. They were all in for quite a shock, because the old chum did not leave anything to them. So sad. All his patents will go to the one person who's able to open his safe. And with some luck - and maybe your help - this will be me, making me great again.
The safe is in a big wall - a really big wall - to the south. Close to Mexico, actually. Quite close. Very big. Anyway, it appears to require a 11 digit entry code, and all that my client left for a clue was one of his latest inventions: A picture frame containing a scrambled image, which looks exactly like this:
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He also clued that image with a title: the Day a great Man was born to Ye' all.(8)
Other than that: Nothing. So sad. Well, this is fake news. For the family. Because I have a digital copy of some pages from his late diary. Given to me for safekeeping together with his last will when we last met in April. Very good man, very good. Still, I'm not sure his diary entries are all too useful. And they are of very bad digital quality. Maybe they help you?