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(NBC News)   Mystery text in old copy of Homer's Odyssey finally deciphered. It turns out the mystery writing was just about stupid, Sexy Flanders   ( nbcnews.com) divider line
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2014-04-29 05:24:51 PM  
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Diogenes: Couldn't pick a line from - oh I don't know - the episode where they actually did the farking Odyssey?

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2014-04-29 10:08:51 AM  
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Barricaded Gunman: FTFA: Schreye said Monday a winner has been declared and the contest will be closed. The results and translation will be published soon, she said.

So a mystery we've never heard about until today has been solved, but the details of that mystery and its resolution remain a mystery.


Feels like I was reading nothing at all
/Nothing at all
//Nothing at all
2014-04-29 09:55:52 AM  
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Barricaded Gunman: FTFA: Schreye said Monday a winner has been declared and the contest will be closed. The results and translation will be published soon, she said.

So a mystery we've never heard about until today has been solved, but the details of that mystery and its resolution remain a mystery.


It's a mystery wrapped in a riddle wrapped in shiatty reporting.
2014-04-29 09:01:20 AM  
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Couldn't pick a line from - oh I don't know - the episode where they actually did the farking Odyssey?

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2014-04-29 09:00:10 AM  
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Well, the article tells absolutely nothing.
 
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