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[4212] Decrypt the message - Can you decrypt hidden message (BLF SZEV GL WRV Z UVD GRNVH YVULIV BLF XZM IVZOOB OREV)? - #brainteasers #wordpuzzles #riddles - Correct Answers: 12 - The first user who solved this task is H Tav
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Decrypt the message

Can you decrypt hidden message (BLF SZEV GL WRV Z UVD GRNVH YVULIV BLF XZM IVZOOB OREV)?
Correct answers: 12
The first user who solved this task is H Tav.
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Matt Braunger: Dove Made of Rainbows

When a woman has an orgasm, its like a dove made of rainbows came into the room. Its awesome. Even other women are like, Aw, shes having a nice time; thats cool. When a guy has an orgasm, its like the devil himself tore off his own face and snakes are pouring out of his red skull. Like, no matter how smooth your love making technique as a man is, eventually, youre going to be Jerry Lewis getting electrocuted.
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Bern Dibner

Born 18 Aug 1897; died 6 Jan 1988 at age 90.Ukrainian-American engineer and science historian whoworkedas an engineer during the electrification of Cuba. Realizing the need for improved methods of connecting electrical conductors, in 1924, he founded the Burndy Engineering Company. A few years later, he became interested in the history of Renaissance science. Subsequently, he began collecting books and everything he could find that was related to the history of science. This became a second career as a scholar that would run parallel with his life as a businessman. He wrote many books and pamphlets, on topics from the transport of ancient obelisks, to authoritative biographies of many scientific pioneers, including Alessandro Volta, inventor of the electric battery, and Wilhelm Röntgen, discoverer of the X ray.
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