Decrypt hidden message
[2900] Decrypt hidden message - Can you decrypt hidden message (1C42 92S1 T5B38 OV1 IS B3LT5B38S 1C4ROVGC4)? - #brainteasers #wordpuzzles #riddles - Correct Answers: 5 - The first user who solved this task is Sanja Šabović
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Decrypt hidden message

Can you decrypt hidden message (1C42 92S1 T5B38 OV1 IS B3LT5B38S 1C4ROVGC4)?
Correct answers: 5
The first user who solved this task is Sanja Šabović.
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A man walks into a pharmacy an...

A man walks into a pharmacy and wanders up and down the aisles. The sales girl notices him and asks him if she can help him. He answers that he is looking for a box of tampons for his wife. She directs him down the correct aisle.
A few minutes later, he deposits a huge bag of cottonballs and a ball of string on the counter.
The sales girl says, confused, "Sir, I thought you were looking for some tampons for your wife?"
He answers, "You see, it's like this, yesterday, I sent my wife to the store to get me a carton of cigarettes, and she came back with a tin of tobacco and some rolling papers; cause it's so-o-o much cheaper. So, I figure if I have to roll my own... so does she."
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Williamina P. Fleming

Died 21 May 1911 at age 54 (born 15 May 1857).Williamina Paton Stevens Fleming was a Scottish-American astronomer (née Stevens) who pioneered in the classification of stellar spectra and the first to discover stars called “white dwarfs.” She emigrated to Boston at age 21. Prof. Edward Pickering, director of the Harvard Observatory first employed Fleming as a maid, but in 1881 hired her to do clerical work and some mathematical calculations at the Observatory. She further proved capable of doing science. After devising her system of classifying stars by their spectra, she cataloged over 10,000 stars within the next nine years. Her duties were expanded and she was put in charge of dozens of young women hired to do mathematical computations (as now done by computers).
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