I've spent most of my evening trying to figure out a cyptographic puzzle. A simple arrangement of letters that will reveal a quote, once the code is cracked. It apears simple, but has had me going for hours on end.
A X Y D L B A A X R is
L O N G F E L L O W
The key seems easy enough, right?
Single letters, apostrophies, length, and formation of the words are hints.
Okay.. for what it's worth.
MA PNC IWX GTIWXLPOGWT,
RYO PXA GTOAXNNOAJ
LWNO GT MSPO BWTIXLN
-- NWYXBA YTCTWMT
Righty-Ro. So far I've tried using number differences, the ROT method, and the mean of distances between the forward and backwards character count of the letters. I've even gone so far as to set up a ratio of charaters to the rotational theory and the mean distance theory, all to no avail. This has me buggored.
In other news:
CapSkippy has sent me a postcard! THANK YOU!! I needed something to make me smile. :)
I need a job!
I know this daylog is very scatterbrained, but so am I at this point.
Oh yea, and my cablemodem connection is down, so this is all being done on a measley 19.2k cell phone connection. Joy. @Home must die.