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Shame, Tame – - – heh, heh, heh.
Thanks Petroleum! Very slick comment – - -
Thanks much Tame! It’s very rewarding to read comments like that.
Rogue, the only thing that is going to hatch is the humor line – - – one day at a time. Thanks for asking – - -
I had mixed feelings about even showing this series, but I concluded that my cartoonist friends might enjoy seeing that cartoons can be used to make otherwise technical and boring stuff somewhat enjoyable. Remember, I used cartoons in my professional career of preparing briefings for military officers and enlisted men and women – - -
Today’s cartoon contains the essence of the Beale Cipher. If you can use the formula to get the entire plaintext message, you can join the throng of hopefuls who claim to have found an empty vault. That claim supposedly saves them from the embarrassing position of having failed entirely.
If so, I apologize. We can’t get along without Tame. Don’t let the cipher discourage you, everybody. At least one solver claims to have solved it and found the treasure. And at least a “million” have claimed to have solved it and found an empty vault. Enjoy the cartoon series with our knuckleheads, Monty and Bo- – -
This kind of stuff goes beyond intrigue, Tame. Some folks devote their entire lives chasing these rainbows, and the supposed pot of gold at the end – - -
Best of luck, Rogue! As the character Jon Voight plays in “National Treasure” “You’ll find a clue leading to another clue which leads to another clue and on and on.”
Oh, there was no cartoon posted on the 19th. The system had a technical error. So just ignore that day. No clues were posted. – - -
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