Spam Scam Poetry–In Code!

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Good Evening:

It just keeps getting better and better. I don’t just get any old poetry spam at work anymore, I now get poetry spam in code. Feast your eyes, imagination, and cryptographical skills upon this mysterious masterpiece and see if you can plumb the depths of its meaning:

Remembering the Rammaytush of San Francisco

Wow !7hott estga

mesin bed.Theh

otte stgir lwi

llteac hyou

Wow indeed! This poem is so very ever so very very very puzzling. I have absolutely noooooooo idea what it could possibly mean.

Vonn Scott Bair

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4 responses »

  1. (Sonic raises hand) I know! I know!

    “Wow indeed! This poem is so very ever so very very very puzzling. I have absolutely noooooooo idea what it could possibly mean.”

    Can’t tell if you’re being cleverly ironic or not. Not wanting to spoil the puzzle for others, i shall refrain from posting my answer here.

    Hint: space.

    • S.P.: Actually, science can clarify everything. Statistical research has demonstrated that one can mathematically gauge the tone of a blogpost by the number of uses of the word “very” in a sentence of less than 12 words. One very: no significance. Two verys: ironic. Three verys: sarcastic. Four verys: just kidding and fooling around. This is like, totally science. Very, very, very, very totally science. Vonn Scott Bair

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