1. ROT13 always makes me think of Cthulhu speak.

    Monday, 23-Apr-12 11:08:56 UTC from web
    1. @communistprime Uyow, A klib bwot uie ryol, fci.

      Monday, 23-Apr-12 11:09:28 UTC from IdentiCurse
      1. @bitshift I was like, "It's not translating back OH GOD"

        Monday, 23-Apr-12 11:10:20 UTC from web
        1. @communistprime Mwahahaha. (It is actually a genuine cipher rather than gibberish, it's just not rot13. :P)

          Monday, 23-Apr-12 11:11:20 UTC from IdentiCurse
          1. @bitshift I'd hope so, otherwise that was some well typed gibberish xD

            Monday, 23-Apr-12 11:13:03 UTC from web
            1. @communistprime A yljiu botmwalg qyiqhy gyt milnesyd fu twas rolghyd tyxt. :D #

              Monday, 23-Apr-12 11:14:30 UTC from IdentiCurse
              1. @bitshift WHAT ARE YOU USING D:

                Monday, 23-Apr-12 11:15:08 UTC from web
                1. @communistprime A cipher whose in-letter -> out-letter pairings I selected myself, so even if it had a name (Rolghyd would be apt, but that's still not its name), you wouldn't find any help online. >:D

                  Monday, 23-Apr-12 11:17:27 UTC from IdentiCurse
                  1. @bitshift Well aren't you fancy! :p

                    Monday, 23-Apr-12 11:20:11 UTC from web
                    1. @communistprime In fact, here they are anyway:

                      Monday, 23-Apr-12 11:24:54 UTC from IdentiCurse
                      1. @bitshift I'm not THAT fact, I'm straight up exhausted and am about to sleep.

                        Monday, 23-Apr-12 11:26:02 UTC from web
                        1. @communistprime G'night!

                          Monday, 23-Apr-12 11:27:48 UTC from IdentiCurse
                      2. @bitshift In before @minti or @ponydude writes an engine to bruteforce it.

                        Monday, 23-Apr-12 11:26:24 UTC from StatusNet Desktop
                        1. @ceruleanspark Oh, yeah, it'd be _very_ simple to brute force, but that fact alone means they probably won't - it'd hurt their pride to take such an easy way out. :P

                          Monday, 23-Apr-12 11:27:32 UTC from IdentiCurse
                          1. @bitshift Bruteforce it, then once you know the offset, reverse engineer a plausible explanation of how you did it properly.

                            Monday, 23-Apr-12 11:28:18 UTC from StatusNet Desktop
                            1. @ceruleanspark >offset >implying it's a rotation cipher

                              Monday, 23-Apr-12 11:29:26 UTC from IdentiCurse
                              1. @bitshift Your face and your butt are a rotation cipher because they look so simillar!

                                Monday, 23-Apr-12 11:29:50 UTC from StatusNet Desktop
                                1. @ceruleanspark You wound me, sir.

                                  Monday, 23-Apr-12 11:30:11 UTC from IdentiCurse
                                  1. @bitshift Yes. It must have been my RAPIER WIT

                                    Monday, 23-Apr-12 11:30:35 UTC from StatusNet Desktop
                2. @communistprime I can link you to all the times I've used it on here, though, if you want to have a bash at deciphering it with help from context. It's all valid English once unciphered, and it's a simple substitution cipher, so I can't imagine it'd be that hard to crack.

                  Monday, 23-Apr-12 11:20:19 UTC from IdentiCurse
    2. @widget On an unrelated note I am sorry I am such a failure.

      Monday, 23-Apr-12 11:35:14 UTC from StatusNet Desktop
    3. @widget Actually, I can think of plenty of cases where illegal or unethical problem solving is a good way: For instance, obtaining the deactivation sequence for a stolen nuclear device. Kneecapping someone seems entirely justified then.

      Monday, 23-Apr-12 11:37:01 UTC from StatusNet Desktop
    4. @widget Or "Everything Liam Neeson does" in the movie Taken.

      Monday, 23-Apr-12 11:37:35 UTC from StatusNet Desktop
    5. @widget Your plugin. I had to turn it off because of the murdocking.

      Monday, 23-Apr-12 11:37:58 UTC from StatusNet Desktop
      1. @ceruleanspark Were all the people papayasing running the refresh script simultaneously? I didn't have any issues with it.

        Monday, 23-Apr-12 11:39:04 UTC from web
    6. @widget Well if the free world is ever depending on you to break some guys legs with a wrench, I hope you'll do the right thing.

      Monday, 23-Apr-12 11:38:39 UTC from StatusNet Desktop
    7. @widget Or at least call me so I can do it.

      Monday, 23-Apr-12 11:38:57 UTC from StatusNet Desktop
    8. @widget Buck.

      Monday, 23-Apr-12 11:40:05 UTC from MuSTArDroid