Thursday, August 4, 2011

The Next Step

So that note I found at the zoo decoded into the sentence "OPIE AND ANDY LOOK TO THE STARS." Which is, apparently, an oblique reference to the Griffith Observatory. I remember going to the Observatory once when Derek and I were kids. I don't remember much of what happened there, except that we went.

Unfortunately, I can't go tomorrow or Saturday. My boss is making me come in those days and I have a feeling that if I say no (or call in sick like last time), he'll just fire me. And no job = no money for rent = me living on street. So hopefully the Misfits won't penalize me for going to the Observatory on Sunday.

No more gag gifts, though. That's a good sign, I hope.

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  1. 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==

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  2. Remember the rules. All your travel expenses will be covered. Your hunt won't stay so local for long.

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  3. derek is sick with a cold i have a frnd willing to hlpe you ill exsplane more in a note oh and these mis fits? (if you mean the creppy men in masks) have ben bugging me as of late =3

    ~zero

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  4. oh nvm do you have eney other web sites i k hood condtackt you at utter than her i dident see the little note theg on your profile?

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  5. Jester, is Anonymous' message important?

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  6. Important? What is important? The medium is the message.

    There is a game beneath the game. Be wary of the She Who Wears a Wooden Mask.

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  7. thee who wares the wooden mask is none as wooden girl

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  8. Well, unless there is a consequence of not solving that cipher, I'm not going to bother. It's not even base64 proper; no letters are lower-case either.

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  9. It's not base64. Try some other base. Baseball, maybe.

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  10. Decodes to:

    CHILDREN'S SHOW ANIMATOR DIES AT 54
    Italian children's shown animator Ruggiero Magro was found dead at his home on January 8th, 2009. Magro was famous in his home country of Italy for writing and animating the children's show "Il Ballo di Fortuna", or "The Dance of Fortune". The children's show was about Arlecchino and Colombina, a couple of Punch and Judy operators who lived in the town of Carnival. Similar to later shows like "Latibaer" and "Kerzebucht", "Il Ballo di Fortuna" was a surreal children's comedy that was later imported to the United States. Unfortunately, the US version of the show saw almost no episodes aired, as executives stated that Magro's scripts and subject matter too "dark" for its audience of children. There have been persistence rumors that three episodes of the US version of "The Dance of Fortune" were made, but none were ever released by the studio or Magro himself. Magro is survived by his daughter.

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  11. Latibaer means Lazy Town in Icelandic. Just throwin' that out there.

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