Originally posted by Coffee
I believe it is a "not so simple" simple trans-subtitution/diversion code format...invented by some insane japanese cypher experts during ww2...the code was so uncrackable that messages using that format were unable to be read even by members of their own side...thus it fell into disuse.
Kudos to Ze for resurecting that bit of Cypher history trivia in his brilliant latest blog post.
Hint...Just swap words around randomly till it makes sense...or subtitute words that are related in concept but read more sensibly, as appropriate...then it will make sense.
It is obviously a love sonnet to a woman he met at a laundrymat...they shared a dinner of shellfish...followed by a breakfast of Capt crunch cereal. Root beer and the darkness certainly needs no explaination...sigh.
Oookaaay.... but..... "bathed in ping"?
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