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-puts hand up-:)look at ish ickle cuddle wuddle bear awwwuh i jush wanna shqueeeeeze him till his ickle head pops off ^-^
Lol, I was about to do the same.
Someone pass that poor bear some food...
Only the 3 pages of people who have already discussed and answered that question below. You`re blond, right?
i wondered about that...
Oh, and that LSD "chick" is a dude!
Ah, gotcha. Am aware of the KISS philosophy. Usually when deciphering codes, KISS gets you nowhere unless your code maker is S or S.
this economy is getting so bad you can almost not even find pot to make yourself feel better.
Yes obviously, that`s self-evident, but I was using the KISS method for IAB`s general population to understand it.
[quote]KISS = Keep It Simple Stupid[/quote]
I love our society...see a picture of a skinny girl and it becomes "shes hot" even if you can`t see her face...
Not necessarily. You are describing 8 bit bytes, but you can have any number of bit bytes on cardboard. :)However, you need at least 5 bit bytes to hold enough values to encode the 24 characters of the iso-8859-1 latin western alphabet characters. So I looked at 5, 6, 7, and 8 bit divisions. Both the ascii values and direct mapping (ie A=1, B=2). Still garbage.Either this is random, a non western charset, or secret encoded puzzle to drive people mad.
Apparently that is what the last one says according to a google searched binary translator.
Cut it out.
The binary one is hilarious. Wish I had some LSD to give away, tho.
Give me money or I will shoot you with my eye lasers! ??
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"Also a giraffe would be nice."