Sherlock message decipher

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    Bajingo Lingo New Member

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    That's creepy, dude. >_> Perverts these days. XD
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    They have become quite creative, by the time their victims decipher the code, they are already standing behind them holding rope and wearing a balaclava...

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    i liked the series...it kinda proved that Sherlock was about deduction and not old London..u never feel uncomfortable about the txt msgs and laptops..even a person like me who has read the entire collection of stories several times

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    I liked the 2009 film adaptation of Sherlock Holmes. Perfectly creepy and perfectly captured the characterisation

    EDIT: Lol, the TV series is written by Moffat! No matter it seems so Doctor Who-esque

    I looked at this and went:
    http://www.imdb.com/media/rm2676719616/tt1475582

    TARDIS
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    lol I figured out what cipher was being used almost immediately, but then I stupidly went out decoding using a different cipher...22 is not a square number...but you can't blame me for being mistaken. There are two rather simple (simple enough for a tv promo) ciphers named after the same roman emperor.

    either way, you're right, that is really cliche

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    At least you knew what cipher was being used

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    I shamefully searched google for a good 5 minutes before I found out, and even then was mind-boggled when 20 didn't work

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    But now you'll be ready for the next time you experience encryptions in the exact same format

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