Sep 14, 2016

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$UNAUTH_ACCESS/B22/18/055/$355.CSH
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\\AUTONOTE: make sure to comment out any new line
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entry# == !
[[355, 011, 000
   555, 012, entry#]&ss]! \\change &d to &ss
callState['memflushREADY']! \\to enable code override
case <= copperBreak = [true]**[] {
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case <= memflush [[inln].[outln]]=[]**[] {
write " 'entry#' "!
break!
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wh [outln]<[inln] {
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declare [entry#]!
syncvalue.tree[entry#]**[$MAIN]!
callState['CACHE$'] {{{ \\the following text
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'Dear Phil,
The whole point is that we don't know
if he's hurt at all. In fact, the only reason
we're even talking about this is bl
reaction. He HAS been hospitalized
before in scenarios just like this one. The
fact that we respect bl doesn't make it
so that we have to indulge every
episode. Please talk to both of them as
soon as you learn the exact clinic.
PS. One of this months bills on bl name
states meapon under city of residence.
I don't know if it's an administrative
error or the beginning of another
problem. Just keep it in mind.'
}}}
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16 comments:

  1. #########
    /Q Who has been hospitalized
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  2. A couple of quick observations.The main message part of this post mentions Meapon,a location of multiple layers also mentioned in the Missing Person Report video.Highlighting the black boxes also reveals the letters "bl",the name of the person who was the subject of said video.I don't recall any other names being mentioned before,but I could be wrong.
    It could be a coincidence,but it seems kind of odd that almost as soon as I mentioned the audio file changing in the comments of the last post,we get the first update in months.I think it's very possible that the person running the blog was waiting for confirmation that we knew where to look before moving forward.If that's the case,way may need to find something else in order to "trigger" the next post.Even if that isn't the case and all we need to do is wait,it doesn't hurt to sit and think hard about all this in the meantime.

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  3. I ran this past a programmer friend of mine who thinks this might be a script for photoshop because the file extension is .CSH, which is a custom shape file. However, I think it could be code for a server, possibly Perl, due to the other posts here. They use a server for a lot of things, so it makes sense. Would be worth looking into what languages it looks similar to. Servers are also known to be programmed in Javascript, PHP, Ruby, Scala, Java, Go, and ASP.NET.

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  4. It's a unix shell file. It appears to be scripting language
    http://www.decf.berkeley.edu/help/unix/csh/expressions.html

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  5. The code is not the point. It's the log entry presented in a new format.

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    1. I wouldn't discount anything. ARGs are known to hide things in the most innocent of places and make use of seemingly irrelevant details. The code could be telling us something, we just need someone to figure out what it's meant to do, at least in a vague sense.

      On that subject, has anyone checked the blog code for hints? Things are often hidden there in these kinds of games.

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  6. yes, its a standard format. the only thing of significance seems to be the series of numbers, but they don't link to any of the entries.

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  7. the numbers could be binary, but it seems uncharacteristc

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  8. not enough digits for binary. morse code - no. Also not coordinates.

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  9. BL is a computer scientist. And this is code. And all the posts have been some sort of code. What if BL is writing all this?

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    1. That's an excellent connection. The set of numbers at the top could be RGB - they make a shade of red.

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    2. Im not sure if the one writting it is BL himself, since in the text the writter speaks of BL in the third person, as if talking of someone else, so it could even be some outsider to the subject in the text, or BL could refer not to an induvidual but to maybe a group.

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    3. The use of the word BL as an object is what gets me. Also the discussion of Billy in meapon makes me think that billy might the BL in question if it's a group rather than a person.

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  10. if you watch the video that shows missing person. it says 13/9/FFA. If we put this date into international date format. it says 9/13 and i assume the ffa is just omitted year. So, it was foretold that this entry was gong to drop on september 13

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