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2012-04-04 03:42:25 PM
It's somewhere between "clever" and "done to death," but it's good by PETA standards.
 
2012-04-04 03:49:24 PM

RodneyToady: It's somewhere between "clever" and "done to death," but it's good by PETA standards.


I think I'd go with cute.
 
2012-04-04 03:58:34 PM
I have to drive by the PETA headquarters on my way to school. It's nice and pretty and built on the banks of a river, destroying animal habitats in the process.
 
2012-04-04 04:03:53 PM

marius2: I have to drive by the PETA headquarters on my way to school. It's nice and pretty and built on the banks of a river, destroying animal habitats in the process.


Do as they say, not as they do
 
2012-04-04 04:06:34 PM
Bah. No big deal. It's just another brick in the wall.


/Florida Is Still Throwing Incredible Night Games. Help Us Reach The Stars. Cheer Our Marlins!
 
2012-04-04 04:06:41 PM
As Fark's resident cipher weenie, simply put I'm not impressed. Simple null ciphers aren't all that clever. Had they done something a bit more clever, or hidden the text better, like using the second or third letter of a word, even something like incorporating Morse code, someone wouldn't have found it so quickly.
 
2012-04-04 04:16:13 PM
Further, understand that I know more about this subject than PETA. Ciphers are something of a hobby with me, knowledge of which I gained both from books and the Army. That alone should say something, however I know I'm not an actual expert. Experts would choose a better encoding scheme, maybe some sort of transposition.
 
2012-04-04 04:20:01 PM
Yeah, because the whole point was to create a forever-unbreakable code, you weenie.
 
2012-04-04 04:28:21 PM

Calmamity: Yeah, because the whole point was to create a forever-unbreakable code, you weenie.


******WOOOSH!*******
 
2012-04-04 04:33:48 PM
I was afraid of that, so I read it twice.

Too subtle for me, I suppose.
 
2012-04-04 04:40:25 PM

Calmamity: I was afraid of that, so I read it twice.

Too subtle for me, I suppose.


First letter of every phrase or sentence (ie., initial letter, then every letter after a punctuation mark). Doing it that way avoids the more forced and awkward phrasing commonly associated with null ciphers, but of course that make it too lengthy for a brick.

/This post is certified cipher-free.
 
2012-04-04 04:44:41 PM

RodneyToady: It's somewhere between "clever" and "done to death," but it's good by PETA standards.


Heck, it's not even the first time PETA has done this at a ballpark. They bought a brick at Petco Park in San Diego, too.
 
2012-04-04 04:45:50 PM

dittybopper: As Fark's resident cipher weenie, simply put I'm not impressed.


Uh-oh. Referring to yourself as "Fark's resident [blank]" is usually a great way to draw the ire of rage-spitting morons. I found that out once, so good luck with that.
 
2012-04-04 04:46:38 PM
Gates open at 5:30PM so said brick should be slathered in hog anus via hot dog no later 5:31.
 
2012-04-04 04:47:35 PM
PETA did something subtle.

Next up: the sky is purple, water is dry.
 
2012-04-04 05:08:11 PM
Haha, the brick is all in caps so the effort is lost. Also, if you need to point out your genius, it isn't so genius.
 
2012-04-04 05:19:48 PM

MaxxLarge: dittybopper: As Fark's resident cipher weenie, simply put I'm not impressed.

Uh-oh. Referring to yourself as "Fark's resident [blank]" is usually a great way to draw the ire of rage-spitting morons. I found that out once, so good luck with that.


Heh. I truly must be Le Reynard Subtil.
 
2012-04-04 05:38:38 PM
Did anyone else read that as fistinghurts.com and was momentarily confused?
 
2012-04-04 05:49:05 PM

djkutch: Did anyone else read that as fistinghurts.com and was momentarily confused?


Both disappointed and relieved there is no www.fistinghurts.com
 
2012-04-04 05:56:18 PM
Peta says fish are intelligent and suffer pain and even released fish can die.

Well, if these guys think the fish who haven't been caught and/or released are immortal, it makes sense why they appreciate them so much.
 
2012-04-04 05:57:52 PM
As I was boiling up 15lbs of crawfish this weekend.. I took time out to put one crawfish on the deck for my Rottweiler to play with (my Greyhound ran from it).. I thought "I bet PETA would hate this moment"..
and then I tossed it in boiling hot water.. and ate him and all his friends..and they were delicious.
 
2012-04-04 05:59:32 PM
FTA: Peta says fish are intelligent and suffer pain and even released fish can die.

At first I thought that was completely ridiculous, but... they're Peta supporters. From their perspective, it could be true.
 
2012-04-04 06:00:32 PM
Don't kid yourself, Jimmy. If a fish ever got the chance, he'd eat you and everyone you care about!
 
2012-04-04 06:01:27 PM

dittybopper: Further, understand that I know more about this subject than PETA. Ciphers are something of a hobby with me, knowledge of which I gained both from books and the Army. That alone should say something, however I know I'm not an actual expert. Experts would choose a better encoding scheme, maybe some sort of transposition.


Well golly you're S-M-R-T!!!!

/and lonely
 
2012-04-04 06:01:55 PM
ts3.mm.bing.net


Mmmmm....fish!
 
2012-04-04 06:02:15 PM

nekom: RodneyToady: It's somewhere between "clever" and "done to death," but it's good by PETA standards.

I think I'd go with cute.


Cute as in stupid I guess. Fish do not have nerve endings like humans so to say its painful is stupid.

But then I see a lot of people buy some of their bullshiat including the subby.
 
2012-04-04 06:02:20 PM

djkutch: Did anyone else read that as fistinghurts.com and was momentarily confused?


I read it that way, but I am ashamed to say I wasn't confused at all.
 
2012-04-04 06:03:39 PM
Fistingher.com?
 
2012-04-04 06:03:49 PM

I_Am_Weasel: Bah. No big deal. It's just another brick in the wall.


/Florida Is Still Throwing Incredible Night Games. Help Us Reach The Stars. Cheer Our Marlins!


now THATS good advice
 
2012-04-04 06:04:03 PM
That's great work PETA; keeping hiding in plain site...right where meat lovers want you.
 
2012-04-04 06:04:18 PM

dittybopper: Further, understand that I know more about this subject than PETA. Ciphers are something of a hobby with me, knowledge of which I gained both from books and the Army. That alone should say something, however I know I'm not an actual expert. Experts would choose a better encoding scheme, maybe some sort of transposition.


Please tell me you're kidding and it's just too subtle for me to detect.
 
2012-04-04 06:04:36 PM

Pelvic Splanchnic Ganglion: Don't kid yourself, Jimmy. If a fish ever got the chance, he'd eat you and everyone you care about!


No man, Fishes ain't like that fishes are mean and slutty.
That's why mobsters used to punish folks by making them sleep with the fishes.
 
2012-04-04 06:05:32 PM

snowjack: FTA: Peta says fish are intelligent and suffer pain and even released fish can die.

At first I thought that was completely ridiculous, but... they're Peta supporters. From their perspective, it could be true.


Plants feel pain, too. You just can't hear them scream.
 
2012-04-04 06:05:55 PM

pudding7: dittybopper: Further, understand that I know more about this subject than PETA. Ciphers are something of a hobby with me, knowledge of which I gained both from books and the Army. That alone should say something, however I know I'm not an actual expert. Experts would choose a better encoding scheme, maybe some sort of transposition.

Please tell me you're kidding and it's just too subtle for me to detect.



Woooooosh!!!
 
2012-04-04 06:06:17 PM

KidneyStone: dittybopper: Further, understand that I know more about this subject than PETA. Ciphers are something of a hobby with me, knowledge of which I gained both from books and the Army. That alone should say something, however I know I'm not an actual expert. Experts would choose a better encoding scheme, maybe some sort of transposition.

Well golly you're S-M-R-T!!!!

/and lonely


You missed the secret message, didn't you?
 
2012-04-04 06:06:44 PM
Isn't pulling one over anyone in Florida sort of animaly cruelty anyway?
 
2012-04-04 06:06:59 PM
For every Marlin you don't eat, I'll eat three.
www.rovinginsight.org

1.bp.blogspot.com

farm3.static.flickr.com
 
2012-04-04 06:06:59 PM
Fish are friends, not food!
 
2012-04-04 06:07:01 PM

dittybopper: As Fark's resident cipher weenie, simply put I'm not impressed. Simple null ciphers aren't all that clever. Had they done something a bit more clever, or hidden the text better, like using the second or third letter of a word, even something like incorporating Morse code, someone wouldn't have found it so quickly.


Now now, calling people names like that is just childish.
 
2012-04-04 06:09:28 PM
I'm always impressed by the way they execute people's pets and the toss the bodies into the dumpster behind a grocery store and still have people convinced they're about animal rights and not just a bunch of douchebags scamming gullible people out of money.
 
2012-04-04 06:09:43 PM
when mankind wakes up and realizes they are no more valuable than what they kill and eat, then we can begin to build pro sports stadiums in the shape of fishes.
 
2012-04-04 06:09:53 PM
dittybopper

I usually get some decent advice from you and I am thinking about certain things. Mind shooting me an email? I really don't want to thread jack.
 
2012-04-04 06:10:22 PM
man there is alot of assholes dissing dittybopper..Fark them!
 
2012-04-04 06:11:54 PM

pudding7: dittybopper: Further, understand that I know more about this subject than PETA. Ciphers are something of a hobby with me, knowledge of which I gained both from books and the Army. That alone should say something, however I know I'm not an actual expert. Experts would choose a better encoding scheme, maybe some sort of transposition.

Please tell me you're kidding and it's just too subtle for me to detect.


Yes, and apparently yes. First letter of each sentence or phrase.
 
2012-04-04 06:12:56 PM
Fish are intelligent... on rye bread with mayonnaise.
 
rpm
2012-04-04 06:13:09 PM

namegoeshere: Fish Sea Kittens are friends, not food!


FTFY
 
2012-04-04 06:14:00 PM

ByOwlLight: dittybopper: As Fark's resident cipher weenie, simply put I'm not impressed. Simple null ciphers aren't all that clever. Had they done something a bit more clever, or hidden the text better, like using the second or third letter of a word, even something like incorporating Morse code, someone wouldn't have found it so quickly.

Now now, calling people names like that is just childish.


I'll admit, I am impressed with the dedication
 
2012-04-04 06:16:03 PM
Fish are intelligent? I feel that the fish in my fishstick wasn't intelligent enough to avoid being caught and eaten. Fish feel pain? How do you know? They may respond to stimuli; but it's not like they are all dorry from that one Disney movie.

/ just keep swimming, just keep swimming, just keep swimming
 
2012-04-04 06:16:15 PM
Fishing is awesome.

//PETA just reminded me to renew my license
 
2012-04-04 06:16:16 PM
If fish are so intelligent, why do they keep falling for the old "worm-on-hook" trick?
 
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