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Old 12-09-2012, 12:07 AM
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wakes up rubs eyes
gryhnd does thrash in her sleep
is that glitter in my teeth?
psst whos that in the middle?
i could have sworn i heard the bs boys last night
i thought it was a nightmare
i dont drink!
you guys are funny when you drink though
green glitter?

good job admin
im going back to bed
wake me when someone hits the
non executable congratulations page
ni night

ps can someone remind me what this thread was about?

pps keeping the hoity out of toity for 53 years tyvm.

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Old 12-10-2012, 03:33 AM
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Haha!

No need to worry pootie, I'm a grandma
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Old 12-26-2012, 08:40 AM
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This thread was a lot of fun, yet we never quite got to the end of the treasure hunt. I see how admin got his suggestion of 4PmFu -c295 from the pastebin page. It's not very helpful to me, but surely it looks familiar to someone. I'm guessing it's a specialized form like the pastebin thing, but I fairly crippled when it comes many recent things - like I've never sent a text message - although that shouldn't matter as we're in internet (say what's this twitter thing I've heard about?).
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Old 12-29-2012, 05:09 PM
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Que pasa amigos? You guys are fighting over cypher puzzle? I think you are forgetting the most important thing about this discussion. We need to decide what time we are meeting at lily's house for breakfast,lunch or dinner. Since I am Mexican I am bringing some tacos, burritos, enchiladas, all homemade not that horrible stuff from Taco Smell (I meant Bell) I also would love to taste whatever you guys want to bring. I love cryptograms so I think we should have a competition to put our brains together and have some fun
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Old 12-29-2012, 06:13 PM
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The first part - 4Pm looks like it might be a time signature, I do not know about the rest of it.

My question is why didn't we get our resident genius involved? I am talking of course of Bansai.

As to the party, I am sorry my invitation got lost in the mail. But, do keep me in mind for the next get-together. I'll get my husband to make his world famous keema and pulao; and he is hoping someone will bring a bottle of Lagavulin.

HNY 2013 to all our cohorts.
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Aww, I missed all the fun. I blame it on hubby. He retired and now I never have much time. I'm only just finding this now. I would have loved this cyber slumber party. I would have brought sliders and a some white zinfandel.

I wouldn't have been much help solving the unsolvable, but it would have been so much fun to watch you all in action.
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Old 01-28-2013, 06:34 AM
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locodad, jan301, and abra -

the party continues... and it seems to keep getting better!

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Old 01-29-2013, 05:28 AM
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Uh-oh...I must have had too many margharitas (or was it the wine?)
I forgot that we were still partying.

Hey Lily, I hope your Mom isn't sick of all of us yet!
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Old 02-11-2013, 01:07 AM
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There are a small number of references to the various clues out on the net. But overall this is meant to be more of a scavenger hunt than a puzzle, per se.

Several references to parts of this on a hacknet forum that I don't have access to, with a reference to a puzzle C295. What I could see sent me to imgur.com/4PmFu which had an illustration of what appeared to be a blowfish inflated, with the caption "Remember what the dormouse said".

That in turn is a line from the song "White Rabbit" by Jefferson Airplane, with the next line being "Feed your head".

From a Wikipedia discussion:
The last lines of the song are: "Remember what the Dormouse said.... Feed your head. Feed your head." They do not explicitly quote the Dormouse, as is often assumed."Remembering what the Dormouse said" probably refers to Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, Chapter XI: "Who Stole the Tarts", wherein a very nervous Mad Hatter is called to testify:

" 'But what did the Dormouse say?' one of the jury asked."
" 'That I can't remember', said the Hatter."

Seems fair to say that the poser of this challenge is trying to lead us down a rabbit hole.

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Old 02-11-2013, 03:08 AM
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Sorry I missed the party ;-)

Sounds like a blast, though I'd have gone for Stella Artois instead of Cuervo.

FWIW - the string of characters at the top of the image could be another clue, but could not find much of anything in search.
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