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Rock, The - Glass Cutting Coin?
In the scene where they're interviewing Connery in the room with a one way mirror; He stomps his chair on either a quarter or a nickel, don't remember which, then uses it to cut the one-way mirror. Just one problem, the metals used in making nickels AND quarters gave a lower scratch rating than glass, and there for wouldn't be able to even scratch the glass.
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phlunc on 10-10-1999
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captain simian writes:
the guy wasnt using the coin to scratch the glass, he was using it to scratch the plastic film on the glass, so it would be easier to break through.
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Scolman writes:
In saftey glass, the glass itself isn't any different from other glass, it's the plastic film placed over it so it's a lot tougher, also when it does break (it will break if you hit it hard enough) the glass shards won't go anywhere and seriously injure a whole lot of people.
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Davo100 writes:
Maybe he stomped the coin with the chair to stick some grit to the coin, and it was the grit that scratched the glass.
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