St John is a freelance writer, historian, and ornamental hermit. He spends his weekends reading terrible books and shouting at kids to get off his lawn.
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I can't believe it was just for the lulz — they went to so much effort, with the whole page of hand-drawn letters, and these things were plastered all over the street. If it was just gibberish, they put a ton of work into it. I don't think I'd mind being had, though. If they went to that much effort, they earned their victory.
Damn, the mystery continues! If it was a scavenger hunt or something (and it's not a simple substitution) then I guess the chances aren't high that we might figure it out. Still, it would be amazing if we could find any new clues after all this time. Let me know if you find anything.
Thanks, you're awesome! I'm usually a wiz with these in English (provided it's a simple substitution cipher), but I don't have enough knowledge of Polish to know what the most common letter combinations are, and what words often follow others.
Thank you! I'm glad you're enjoying it.
As for your neighbors, have you tried sending them sexually suggestive gingerbread men in the mail? I am hard-pressed to think of anything that would delight me more than receiving erotic cookies from an anonymous source.
Aw, sorry to hear you won't be joining us in SF, but I'm sure you'll be happier somewhere you don't flush half your money down the toilet on rent every month. Still, you are morally and contractually obliged to come out for a drink whenever you're in town. You signed in blood and broken glass — it can never be undone.