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Well done xuys, but...

Posted: Mon Dec 09, 2013 11:50 pm UTC
by Eternal Density
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[ETA]
YAY!

Hotdog Vendor's decree:
Spoiler:

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Tue Dec 10, 2013 12:07 am UTC
by BlitzGirl
I'm glad ED handled the punsawing, because I've been busy working with the banners. I took the ones posted here in the OTT (mscha found quite a lot) and on reddit, and made a visual list. The banners are labeled with the letters in their filenames. There are still some gaps. I'm missing C1, C4, C14-17, D1, D17, E5, G16-17. I don't know if there are any other letters seen yet, but it seems like A, B, and F at least should show up. Also, 17 is the highest seen in any number set, but there may be more.

Redundabobcats:
Spoiler:
C3: Image
C5: Image
C6: Image
C7: Image
C8: Image
C9: Image
C11: Image
D2: Image
D10: Image
D11: Image
E15: Image
E16: Image
G11: Image

Pixels:
Spoiler:
C2: Image
E8: Image
E17: Image
G12: Image

Shopping:
Spoiler:
D14: Image
D15: Image
D16: Image

Hyperlink:
Spoiler:
D7: Image
D8: Image
D9: Image
E9: Image
E10: Image

Dear Readers:
Spoiler:
C12: Image
C13: Image

Otherwiki:
Spoiler:
C0: Image
C10: Image
D0: Image
D3: Image
D4: Image
D5: Image
D6: Image
E0: Image
E11: Image
E12: Image
E13: Image
E14: Image
G0: Image
G1: Image
G2: Image
G3: Image
G15: Image

Up Goer:
Spoiler:
D12: Image
D13: Image
E1: Image
E2: Image
E3: Image
E4: Image
E5: Image
E6: Image
E7: Image
G4: Image
G5: Image
G6: Image
G7: Image
G8: Image
G9: Image
G10: Image
G13: Image
G14: Image
G16: Image

Morbid and creepifying

Posted: Tue Dec 10, 2013 12:27 am UTC
by Eternal Density
Steakish job BlitzGirl.
I'm not entirely sure some of those aren't duplicates (which would be GLR's fault :P).
I first saw one of the Dear Readers ones and assumed that was the only one. I hadn't seen the Pint of Blood one yet.
The human body can be drained of blood in 8.6 seconds given adequate vacuuming systems.

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Tue Dec 10, 2013 12:30 am UTC
by mscha
CRIOSPHONGES...
ImageImage
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-- posted by newpixbot

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Tue Dec 10, 2013 12:58 am UTC
by mscha
There are duplicate banners, yes, but not within a “series” (like e or g), only between them.

I could be wrong, but I think we're now all getting “series g” banners (i.e. /store_gd_g0_... through /store_gd_g16_...). I saw “series e” first time I ran my script, and apparently there's been c and d too.
At some point, the GLR will probably switch to h, i, j, etc.

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Tue Dec 10, 2013 1:08 am UTC
by BlitzGirl
Gah, ch*rping login page.

I wonder if the letter sets are going alphabetically? It's odd that no one found an A or B.

Also, speak of the rabtor and in it hops...

Forgot .power

Posted: Tue Dec 10, 2013 2:26 am UTC
by Eternal Density
Oops:
Image
Spoiler:
gingermustard.png
Two percent of undefined is, let me do the math here... undefined and a undefined, carry the undefined...

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Tue Dec 10, 2013 2:59 am UTC
by ChronosDragon
Eternal Density wrote:Oops:
Spoiler:
Image

Spoiler:
gingermustard.png


Is the "oops" the fact that it activated 17 times, or the little ö in the midst of capital letters?

You have to ask?

Posted: Tue Dec 10, 2013 3:04 am UTC
by Eternal Density
ChronosDragon wrote:
Eternal Density wrote:Oops:
Spoiler:
Image

Spoiler:
gingermustard.png


Is the "oops" the fact that it activated 17 times, or the little ö in the midst of capital letters?

No, the oops is the mustard glass.

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Tue Dec 10, 2013 4:30 am UTC
by mscha
UNRETURNONGLY...
ImageImage
Image
-- posted by newpixbot

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Tue Dec 10, 2013 5:08 am UTC
by ZoomanSP
balthasar_s + Earthling on Mars + Eternal Density + balthasar_s + ergman (incl. credits to HES) + yappobiscuits = awesomeful ketchup! :mrgreen:

Also, steakish panning animation1, mscha!

Eternal Density wrote:
Spoiler:
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Are these Schrödinger's redundagingerkitties? And will they all collapse to the same definite state when they're measured?

Because they can.

Posted: Tue Dec 10, 2013 5:31 am UTC
by Eternal Density
ZoomanSP wrote:
Eternal Density wrote:
Spoiler:
Image

Are these Schrödinger's redundagingerkitties? And will they all collapse to the same definite state when they're measured?
It's a boost to Not Lucky which was severely underpowered so the next version will be buffed somewhat. And they observed themselves.

ETA 100 to go...

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Tue Dec 10, 2013 7:21 am UTC
by BlitzGirl
99 molpies wait for the next ONG
99 molpies still wait...
One goes down
A hole in the ground
98 molpies wait for the next ONG...

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Tue Dec 10, 2013 8:30 am UTC
by mscha
EATONGS...
ImageImage
Image
-- posted by newpixbot

High Temperature Wolpy!

Posted: Tue Dec 10, 2013 9:18 am UTC
by Eternal Density
BlitzGirl wrote:99 molpies wait for the next ONG
99 molpies still wait...
One goes down
A hole in the ground
98 molpies wait for the next ONG...
Funny, I recently tweeted
20 objects in the JavaScript list, 20 objects in the list. Write some code that depends on this fact; 21 objects in the list!

What.


But it's all fixed up now:

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## 3.24
- Redundakitty chain variables were not initialised to 0: showed up as mustard on a new game.
- Detect html5localstorage
- Save game to localStorage if it's present, otherwise use cookies
- Load from localStorage if it's present, otherwise load from cookies
- Save/load layouts using localStorage
- When saving to localStorage, remove the 2 layouts limit. Also save the ID of the selected layout rather than always defaulting to the first one
- Classic was missing the autosavelayout option, so I copied it over (I said Classic would be missing new features!)
- Made Fireproof "better"
- Moved scrumptious donuts, made them seaish
- Schrödinger's Gingercat produces a relevant amount of glass rather than a negligible amount
- Ensure View pane is visible if you go to Layout after using Classic
- Favourites. Still has a few width-related glitches on boosts that lock and reunlock, but it works pretty well for most stuff.


ETA hold on, I broke classic.
ETA okay, unbroken now.

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Tue Dec 10, 2013 10:24 am UTC
by BlitzGirl
Seaish scrumptious donuts? Is that good or bad?

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Tue Dec 10, 2013 10:30 am UTC
by HES
BlitzGirl wrote:Seaish scrumptious donuts? Is that good or bad?

both?

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Tue Dec 10, 2013 10:42 am UTC
by BlitzGirl
Yeah, let's go with both.

Aluisio's Riddle

Posted: Tue Dec 10, 2013 12:19 pm UTC
by ggh
Please forgive the length, but I wanted to put all of Aluisio's riddle hints together in one place. I think/hope this is it:

AluisioASG wrote:
Φ Beacon Firefox Foxtrot Foxhound φ
Image


AJPWM 1


Only five lonely figures
Speak the language o' Cueball
Odd, transient creatures
Taught by the one above all


BIUGU 2


Oscar, the first, walks away
Fourteen times, not more nor less
He can help you keep what you seek at bay
But only if you keep track of that index


ALYLW 3


Charlie, the next, the eleventh step
Tells you by whom, and when it was said
Maybe you need to fall from his web
So just hold on, and don't be afraid


BIUGU 4


Juliet the one, the glorious one
No move, no sound, it comes from her
She knows if it's dark, if there's moon or no sun
The frame of beyond, a reference becomes


AJPWM 5


Five alphas guard the place
O' the null, the zero, the empty of ways
Twenty-five more make the maze
Please be careful, see what they say


ADXMA AONCS ACBWI



This post brought to you by 2 North Communications PLC, a subsidiary of RDLK Information SE, part of The Reiden Lake Group.



AluisioASG wrote:
Dracomax wrote:Aluisio has gone quietly mad after staring into the eye of harmony becoming quantum entangled.

I ain't mad, just “operating on a higher plane of intelligence” as usual. And DMQCE ETLUF ADBXY CSCWX ABFGJ BJTCS AQAAB BEDCA CIBRH BKPTJ AYLSS ENEGH BAJHT HBXYN AYMZZ ABIUB DZSSP AOJWZ AAFKL APCKM AOEYS ANGSO ARZRX AZLRL ASYCC DXVNZ


AluisioASG wrote:Riddle hints follow:
Spoiler:
lmjb1964 wrote:And no one has tackled Aluisio's riddle.

Sadly. I was considering a prize.

lmjb1964 wrote:Oscar, Juliet and Charlie are the--what's it called? Not International Phonetic Alphabet, that other thing--for O, J and C.

“International Radiotelephony Spelling Alphabet”. Not a phonetic alphabet, despite being known as such.

lmjb1964 wrote:And then he talks about 5 alphas, although I count 6 As.

There are many ways to represent a number. The decimal 3099, for example, can be represented as 0C1B₁₆, 6033₈ ⅯⅯⅯⅩⅭⅨᵣ, ΧΧΧΔΔΔΔΔΔΔΔΔΠΙΙΙΙₖ… or AAEPF.

lmjb1964 wrote:But he also says something about "Oscar" being there 14 times, and there aren't 14 Os.

It's a binary operation. And Oscar isn't there, he moves.


And then, I don't know if this is about the riddle or not, but the post subject was "Variable length pillars" which is similar to the variable-length integers that wikipedia was telling me about.
AluisioASG wrote:I started this as an OTTiffication. The OTT part was lost somewhere in the process.
Spoiler:
Image

Spoiler:
ImageImage
Neat!
I haven't had nightmares ever since. But now sometimes others parts of my body get undesirable access to the dream projector. I wonder if it's a reasonable price.

AluisioASG wrote:
lmjb1964 wrote:
AluisioASG wrote:There are many ways to represent a number.
Spoiler:
The decimal 3099, for example, can be represented as 0C1B₁₆, 6033₈ ⅯⅯⅯⅩⅭⅨᵣ, ΧΧΧΔΔΔΔΔΔΔΔΔΠΙΙΙΙₖ… or AAEPF.


Ah, I see that last one looks different when I quote it. That's s clue, I'm guessing. But
Spoiler:
0C1B₁₆means nothing to me. How is that, or AAEPF, 3099?


That's part of the challenge. But try asking one of our other resident programmers, like ED or CD.

AluisioASG wrote:
Rainymip wrote:AOGKV ABEYA AGSGA AGVGO AUUNF ARZUW BTAYC AAFIR AZIRB ATWIF AIQBM ABGWU AIQHG ALMJP CTYNS ASXPB AFYUY AXOIT ADDUW DZTTZ AGVEN AOKDJ BFZOJ AKOCK BBFQP AVPLR CDFJM AJORT BGXQA AFUVO DEIDK BISXJ AKMAA AIQMV COMHL ABHBK FENLA BBIIU ATYZO BRZWC BYQGN AAETK BSCAA CSFHB BQFZE ACZHP ABDOV BOMRJ BJVNO BCGND AKRCX AHRKX BVAJD ASZVL APDYA BWSWH BBLBS BNLJO ADBQI BDCLT AFTLB BKQAN

?



AluisioASG wrote:
AGYEO ABFOZ AAFNW AOGZL ABFSL

AluisioASG wrote:
azule wrote:Also, I tried your puzzle and could not depuzzle it. I stared at the letters, trying to math.base it and nothing happened. Sorry, not sure what else to do.

If I wanted to refer in numbers
to words of the language of Cueball
what would I need to tell you?

AluisioASG wrote:
The following is an emergency report from NAKADM.


1386035280. In response to post #3505873, the directorate of 2 North Communications has decided, with support from AXM, to cease all communications with the group known as “OTT” until further notice. Therefore, all relevant programs are to be shut down as soon as possible, to the maximum of 1386091800.

This was an emergency report from NAKADM.

Re: 1190: "You mean, figuratively?"

Posted: Tue Dec 10, 2013 12:22 pm UTC
by balthasar_s
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Redundandnd
Spoiler:
literallynewpixbot.PNG

Mustard removal

Posted: Tue Dec 10, 2013 12:28 pm UTC
by Eternal Density
BlitzGirl wrote:Seaish scrumptious donuts? Is that good or bad?
It just means that if you type the right thing into Import or activate NavCode too quickly, the resulting Molpies video is larger.

ggh wrote:Please forgive the length, but I wanted to put all of Aluisio's riddle hints together in one place. I think/hope this is it:

Wha? This is the first I've heard about any riddle.


miniupdate to the hotdog:

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## 3.241
- Prevent Faves that should be hidden from becoming unhidden (just had to move a line into a differnt function)
- Wasn't taking Layouts from cookie when loading if localstorage available but empty: instead loaded no layout.

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Tue Dec 10, 2013 12:30 pm UTC
by mscha
ONGENITURED...
ImageImage
Image
-- posted by newpixbot

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Tue Dec 10, 2013 4:30 pm UTC
by mscha
STRUGGLONGS...
ImageImage
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-- posted by newpixbot

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Tue Dec 10, 2013 4:59 pm UTC
by HES
How much mschalian effort would it take for newpixbot to get progressively more upset for every double ONG?

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Tue Dec 10, 2013 5:02 pm UTC
by mscha
HES wrote:How much mschalian effort would it take for newpixbot to get progressively more upset for every double ONG?

Probably more than is worth it. (I think this was the first time this happened with fournopixly newnewpix, no?)

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Tue Dec 10, 2013 5:04 pm UTC
by SBN
New what-if is up.

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Tue Dec 10, 2013 5:12 pm UTC
by yappobiscuits
Alt-text on second drawing - essentially "molpy up!" :mrgreen:

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Tue Dec 10, 2013 5:43 pm UTC
by azule
I'm about to start another cacheBlitz, so replies later (maybe). For now, version 0.2.5 of Time Drags On, with neat selection menu, draggable, that works in Chrome. I had a couple more panorama ready but discovered a bug related to them, so they'll have to wait. Still working on the issue with lmjb's version of Chrome.

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Tue Dec 10, 2013 6:29 pm UTC
by HES
Too much outside. Going internet silent.

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Tue Dec 10, 2013 8:02 pm UTC
by ggh
azule wrote:I'm about to start another cacheBlitz, so replies later (maybe). For now, version 0.2.5 of Time Drags On, with neat selection menu, draggable, that works in Chrome. I had a couple more panorama ready but discovered a bug related to them, so they'll have to wait. Still working on the issue with lmjb's version of Chrome.

I'm afraid I haven't been able to see this yet either. I generally use chrome, but I tried safari too. I get an empty box, and the loading message in the upper left.

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Tue Dec 10, 2013 8:30 pm UTC
by mscha
TONGSTERS...
ImageImage
Image
-- posted by newpixbot

Re: 503: "Time"

Posted: Tue Dec 10, 2013 8:39 pm UTC
by balthasar_s
ggh wrote:
azule wrote:I'm about to start another cacheBlitz, so replies later (maybe). For now, version 0.2.5 of Time Drags On, with neat selection menu, draggable, that works in Chrome. I had a couple more panorama ready but discovered a bug related to them, so they'll have to wait. Still working on the issue with lmjb's version of Chrome.

I'm afraid I haven't been able to see this yet either. I generally use chrome, but I tried safari too. I get an empty box, and the loading message in the upper left.

In firefox 3.6 the whole newpix is black. Propably because of the svg format. Why are the era names written in greek letters?

ETA: It's the first time when i get 503 when trying to log out. The fora don't want me to molpy down.

ETA2 from the future: I was seeing this:
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Edited to fix URL.

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Tue Dec 10, 2013 9:39 pm UTC
by TheMinim
I got a new store advert thing!

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Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Tue Dec 10, 2013 9:41 pm UTC
by yappobiscuits
Spoiler:
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Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Tue Dec 10, 2013 9:47 pm UTC
by mscha
Yes, we switched from “series g” to “series h”!
Here's what I now get in 1000 attempts:
Spoiler:
h0: Image: 87x
h1: Image: 88x
h2: Image: 83x
h3: Image: 91x
h4: Image: 97x
h5: Image: 84x
h6: Image: 86x
h7: Image: 103x
h8: Image: 84x
h9: Image: 92x
h10: Image: 105x


ETA: looks like the GLR is testing the effect of drop shadow...

Riverishneighpy up!

Posted: Tue Dec 10, 2013 11:47 pm UTC
by Eternal Density
yappobiscuits wrote:Alt-text on second drawing - essentially "molpy up!" :mrgreen:

And it bypasses my pony->leopard filter!
(I still had it switched off after a TVTropes editing incident.... but with it on it still gets through)

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Tue Dec 10, 2013 11:49 pm UTC
by BlitzGirl
Treeish, mscha!

Another quiet dip around here. My excuse is a 5-nopix drive.
Edit: But there's ED in preview! Hi :)

Re: Aluisio's Riddle

Posted: Tue Dec 10, 2013 11:59 pm UTC
by ggh
Some thoughts (in blue):
Spoilered for seaishness
Spoiler:
AluisioASG wrote:
Φ Beacon Firefox Foxtrot Foxhound φ

I'm guessing the picture isn't significant. Is the phi? Or the fact that he went with "Foxhound" instead of Foxtrot?
AJPWM 1
Only five lonely figures
Speak the language o' Cueball
Odd, transient creatures
Taught by the one above all

These codes come in groups of five and a later hint suggests that they are indices into the dialogue. Does "odd" indicate numerically odd? "transient because of Time? Or really changing? Is the one above all the GLR, or is 1 significant?
BIUGU 2
Oscar, the first, walks away
Fourteen times, not more nor less
He can help you keep what you seek at bay
But only if you keep track of that index

This makes me think the code keeps changing, enigma-style, and I don't really know how to do that. Aluisio, you make things too chirping complicated! Why "Oscar"? The first digit/letter?
Edit: - oh, hold on. Oscar - O is 14 in A-Z = 0-25

ALYLW 3
Charlie, the next, the eleventh step
Tells you by whom, and when it was said
Maybe you need to fall from his web
So just hold on, and don't be afraid

web... Charlie... a masculine Charlotte's Web? Why is the next the eleventh step? I guess that could be if we're working in grey code.
Edit: C is 2 in 0-25. Is that 11 is some form? Or is that a change?

BIUGU 4
Juliet the one, the glorious one
No move, no sound, it comes from her
She knows if it's dark, if there's moon or no sun
The frame of beyond, a reference becomes

J, then? It's a special letter, to be interpreted differently, or not? Is being the one different from being the first? In what way? Also, is this saying that however we should be looking for the frame numbers, if we find one beyond 3099, we should subtract that number from the next ones? Is the sky stuff just there for poetry?
Edit: J would be 9 - so I'm totally baffled again....

AJPWM 5
Five alphas guard the place
O' the null, the zero, the empty of ways
Twenty-five more make the maze
Please be careful, see what they say

So there was a reference to 5, but only three were named, but now there are five alphas. If A is zero, then the remaining 25 letters are 1-25. Is there more to this section than that?
ADXMA AONCS ACBWI


This post brought to you by 2 North Communications PLC, a subsidiary of RDLK Information SE, part of The Reiden Lake Group.

Google tells me Reiden Lake is a Fringe reference. Is this important to the puzzle?
I was thinking the five were the five letters, but are they instead the five numbered groups of five letters each? And if so, what are the three additional groups? I wish we knew roughly the form of the answer.


AluisioASG wrote:
Dracomax wrote:Aluisio has gone quietly mad after staring into the eye of harmony becoming quantum entangled.

I ain't mad, just “operating on a higher plane of intelligence” as usual. And DMQCE ETLUF ADBXY CSCWX ABFGJ BJTCS AQAAB BEDCA CIBRH BKPTJ AYLSS ENEGH BAJHT HBXYN AYMZZ ABIUB DZSSP AOJWZ AAFKL APCKM AOEYS ANGSO ARZRX AZLRL ASYCC DXVNZ

I'm thinking this isn't part of the original riddle, but just a similarly-constructed comment to Dracomax.

AluisioASG wrote:Riddle hints follow:
lmjb1964 wrote:And no one has tackled Aluisio's riddle.

Sadly. I was considering a prize.

lmjb1964 wrote:Oscar, Juliet and Charlie are the--what's it called? Not International Phonetic Alphabet, that other thing--for O, J and C.

“International Radiotelephony Spelling Alphabet”. Not a phonetic alphabet, despite being known as such.

lmjb1964 wrote:And then he talks about 5 alphas, although I count 6 As.

There are many ways to represent a number. The decimal 3099, for example, can be represented as 0C1B₁₆, 6033₈ ⅯⅯⅯⅩⅭⅨᵣ, ΧΧΧΔΔΔΔΔΔΔΔΔΠΙΙΙΙₖ… or AAEPF.

lmjb1964 wrote:But he also says something about "Oscar" being there 14 times, and there aren't 14 Os.

It's a binary operation. And Oscar isn't there, he moves.

Binary? huh. I don't get that at all. The moving bit seems enigma-like again, and thus baffling to me.

And then, I don't know if this is about the riddle or not, but the post subject was "Variable length pillars" which is similar to the variable-length integers that wikipedia was telling me about.
AluisioASG wrote:I started this as an OTTiffication. The OTT part was lost somewhere in the process.
Image
ImageImage
Neat!
I haven't had nightmares ever since. But now sometimes others parts of my body get undesirable access to the dream projector. I wonder if it's a reasonable price.

AluisioASG wrote:
lmjb1964 wrote:
AluisioASG wrote:There are many ways to represent a number.
The decimal 3099, for example, can be represented as 0C1B₁₆, 6033₈ ⅯⅯⅯⅩⅭⅨᵣ, ΧΧΧΔΔΔΔΔΔΔΔΔΠΙΙΙΙₖ… or AAEPF.

Ah, I see that last one looks different when I quote it. That's s clue, I'm guessing. But
0C1B₁₆means nothing to me. How is that, or AAEPF, 3099?
Okay, so this bit I get. If you take A-Z to be 0-25 in base 26, AAEPF is 4*26*26+15*26+5 = 3099. So, all of his letter groups could be turned into numbers, some of which might indicate frames. But then?

That's part of the challenge. But try asking one of our other resident programmers, like ED or CD.

AluisioASG wrote:
Rainymip wrote:AOGKV ABEYA AGSGA AGVGO AUUNF ARZUW BTAYC AAFIR AZIRB ATWIF AIQBM ABGWU AIQHG ALMJP CTYNS ASXPB AFYUY AXOIT ADDUW DZTTZ AGVEN AOKDJ BFZOJ AKOCK BBFQP AVPLR CDFJM AJORT BGXQA AFUVO DEIDK BISXJ AKMAA AIQMV COMHL ABHBK FENLA BBIIU ATYZO BRZWC BYQGN AAETK BSCAA CSFHB BQFZE ACZHP ABDOV BOMRJ BJVNO BCGND AKRCX AHRKX BVAJD ASZVL APDYA BWSWH BBLBS BNLJO ADBQI BDCLT AFTLB BKQAN

?


AluisioASG wrote:
AGYEO ABFOZ AAFNW AOGZL ABFSL

Again, I'm assuming these are similarly-constructed comments/story/instructions.
AluisioASG wrote:
azule wrote:Also, I tried your puzzle and could not depuzzle it. I stared at the letters, trying to math.base it and nothing happened. Sorry, not sure what else to do.

If I wanted to refer in numbers
to words of the language of Cueball
what would I need to tell you?

More, obviously. ;) I know this is a huge hint, but I still haven't seen how to index into this to pull out the words. I mean if there's only five or eight chunks in the original puzzle, and you need to get a frame number, a quote number, and an index into the quote to get a word, it's hard for me to see how there's enough material to make an answer, let alone one that requires an index or anything to move 14 times. I'm surely making some incorrect assumptions.
AluisioASG wrote:
The following is an emergency report from NAKADM.


1386035280. In response to post #3505873, the directorate of 2 North Communications has decided, with support from AXM, to cease all communications with the group known as “OTT” until further notice. Therefore, all relevant programs are to be shut down as soon as possible, to the maximum of 1386091800.

This was an emergency report from NAKADM.
Sad. :(
But at the same time, are any of these numbers and letters hints?

Brainy people, please help! I have to go into the basement tomorrow until January 21st, and it would be great if we could push through this!

And Aluisio, come back! Your puzzles are too hard, but we miss the rest of you!

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Wed Dec 11, 2013 12:30 am UTC
by mscha
RONGMASTERS...
ImageImage
Image
-- posted by newpixbot

we owe it to you to pepper your woopy

Posted: Wed Dec 11, 2013 12:31 am UTC
by Eternal Density
BlitzGirl wrote:Treeish, mscha!

Another quiet dip around here. My excuse is a 5-nopix drive.
Edit: But there's ED in preview! Hi :)

Hi!

I just finished reading the what-if (got distracted after posting and didn't read most of it until just now) and there's so many hilarious and cute phrases.

ETA previewninja'd by newpixbot!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!