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001101000100011000110110010000100011001001000011
001100100011000000110111001100110011011001000110
001100100011000000110111001101000011011000111000
001101100011100100110111001100110011001000110000
001101100011100100110111001100110011001000110000
001101110011010000110111001100100011011100110101
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001101110011010000110110001101010011011100110011
001101110011010000110110001110010011011001000101
001101100011011100110010001100000011011100111001
001101100100011000110111001101010011011100110010
001100100011000000110110001101110011011000110101
001101100011010100110110010000100011011000111001
001101100100010100110110001101010011011100110011
001101110011001100110010010001010011001000110000
001100100011000000110100001100010011011001000101
001101110011100100110010001100000011011100110100
001101100011000100110110010000100011011000110101
001101110011001000110111001100110011001101000110

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( 6 comments — Leave a comment )
paisleychick
Nov. 13th, 2003 01:20 am (UTC)
wtf?
this is what I got: 4F6B2C20736F2074686973206973207472756C792074657374696E6720796F7572206765656B696E6573732E2020416E792074616B6572733F
pr0lix
Nov. 13th, 2003 01:51 am (UTC)
Re: wtf?
Interesting. This is a hex string -- 0 - 9, and then A - F. Since each letter represents 4 bits, every two letters is a byte. Furthermore, the first letter of every byte is a number between 0 - 7, suggesting that the first bit in every byte is zero. Also, notice that the hex number 0x20 shows up a lot.

Since I can't seem to find a script online, I'll try it by hand.

4F O
6B k
2C ,
20
73 s
6F o
20
74 t
68 h
69 i
73 s
20
69 i
73 s
20
74 t
72 r
75 u
6C l
79 y
20
74 t
65 e
73 s
74 t
69 i
6E n
67 g
20
79 y
6F o
75 u
72 r
20
67 g
65 e
65 e
6B k
69 i
6E n
65 e
73 s
73 s
2E .
20
20
41 A
6E n
79 y
20
74 t
61 a
6B k
65 e
72 r
73 s
3F ?

The interesting thing is that, near the end, I wasn't using an ascii table to translate everything. I was just using what I thought would be written, along with space breaks, and memorizing what r, s, t, and e are in hex, and then double-checking my answer with the table. Hurray for high-frequency letters.

I guess I'm a geek.
paisleychick
Nov. 13th, 2003 02:01 am (UTC)
Re: wtf?
Also, notice that the hex number 0x20 shows up a lot.

Yeah, like I'm going to notice that. Sorry. I'm *so* far out of my geek level here, not even funny. Nicely done though and I'm glad there are people out there to figure this crap out.

digitalgoth
Nov. 13th, 2003 02:09 am (UTC)
Re: wtf?
I've gotta keep people on their toes, right?

_X
tymeschizm
Nov. 13th, 2003 02:22 am (UTC)
Re: wtf?
no, no you don't. because jesus fucking fuck, i'm too fucking lazy to bother translating binary to text, then putting a hex string behind it is just annoying.

this is merely a sign that you have WAY too much time on your hands.

no, no really.
digitalgoth
Nov. 13th, 2003 02:48 am (UTC)
Re: wtf?
I decided to post my response to this in an entirely new post. ;)

_X
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