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Monday, June 9, 2014

LG15chat: We are here.



Posted in #LG15chat by LG15chat:

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See original post: lonelygirl15: We will not be stopped.

http://www.webseriestoday.com/2014/03/lonelygirl15-we-will-not-be-stopped.html

32 comments:

  1. The majority of the lyrics to Robot Porno by Jimes!

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  2. There will always be a day, when the world will [email protected]

    I think I may have posted this comment before this one in the wrong post... Sorry

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    1. Its good to have it on both threads. Thanks!!!!

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    2. That was a quick decode from my phone so I'm unsure what the [email protected] at the end is about.

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  3. A signature of some kind, perhaps?

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  4. Yeah, I got the same with our old, faithful decoder. ( http://paulschou.com/tools/xlate/ ) "There will always be a day, when the world will [email protected]"
    Googled the phrase with quotation marks (with & without the "W" and "@"), but got nothing. I mean, some of the other lines I recognized from specific LG15 series. "We will not be stopped" was the title of LG15: The Resistance, season one. "We are everywhere" was in the description of the YouTube video LG15: The Last - Pilot ( https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ei3Mi6tSi5I ). Not sure about the rest.
    I just hope the latest message isn't (ugh!) an ANAGRAM, made up of 2 sentences (thus the 2 periods), one of which starts with a "T," the other with a "W"…and an "@" thrown in somewhere. It's my old Cassie training that would impel me to even suggest something so wretched and sadistic as being possible!

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  5. Maybe it was supposed to be "..." in the end and they're not good at encrypting? Dream

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    1. Could be. I don't actually believe it's an anagram. It was just a horrible thought.

      Okay, so… [Bree impersonation] if this is actually originating from some assemblage of erstwhile LG15 creators—or a gamejack 5 years after the fact by some group PRETENDING to be thus—wouldn't we expect a search of the text to lead to a YouTube channel…or something?

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    2. Maybe it's just the first hint?

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    3. I would hope that's the case. Obviously this person has *something* planned out, since he/she went to the trouble to send this message on the aforementioned date alluded to nearly 12 weeks ago. Guess we'll have to be patient.

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  6. Umm. All I know is this makes me excited. So so excited. Now to pick up the ol' guitar and serenade this [email protected] person with some good ol' fashioned cassie songs. ...

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    1. It’s true. There has been an unendurable dearth of CASSIE TUNES performed live by you in Cassie-Kane in Second Life for quite a while now. [email protected] should crack open a beer or two and (even if incognito) come hang out with us there some Saturday night(s) in the near future. Not only will [email protected] get to experience live Cassie songs, the all-Cassie music stream, and our frozen-in-time Cassie land, he/she will quickly come to realize that we need a LOT of HINTS to help us solve these things!
      location: http://tinyurl.com/CassieChurch

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    2. Looking forward to a new Cassie song from Eeka. Those are always epic.

      Meep.

      WHOA!

      e^(i*pi)=-1

      :):):)

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    3. Maybe @w isn't a signature, but who this is addressed to. Did I just get a death threat from Cassie? Lol

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    4. You mean Cassie is trying to use @Twitter? That will not end well!

      :):):)

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    5. At least Cassie used to send us blurry solutions of her anagrams, and other forms of assistance. If we don't receive a HINT, that "day when the world will end" will come before we SOLVE this, haha. But as mashiaradream suggested, perhaps (presumably) this is just the first clue. Maybe it's the first of many. [email protected]…if that *is* your name!…if you're reading this, I should probably mention that some of the people working on this are the same ones who still haven't completely solved the final Cassie anagram from October 2006, lol.

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  7. Some more serious thoughts than my previous one... Who is the "We" in "We are here," and is this a play on Cassie's infamous "I was here?" As I joked about before, is @W a signature, or who this is directed at? (for the record, there IS an @w account on Twitter. Joined July 2006. Coincidence? Also "exec producer of my life. You are my cast." sounds suspiciously ARG-ish to me... I sent a follow request. Can't hurt.)

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    1. Also, who's world is going to end?

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    2. Well, the (possible) signature is "[email protected]"—which is internet-speak for "wat?" or "what?"— is ironic, since WE'RE the ones scratching our heads and saying “WHAT???”

      IMO, based of the tiny bit of info we have so far, this person is speaking as if he/she is on a team (seemingly surviving members of the Hymn of None) fighting against the Hymn of One. Consider the previous communiqué from 3/20/14. The phrase "We are everywhere" has been used by the HoN a few times, in chat, and in the description of the video LG15: The Last - Pilot, to name a couple.
      "We will not be stopped" was the title of LG15: The Resistance, season one.

      Could [email protected] / Wat / What be "Jonas WHArTon" trying to get help from the community?
      And finally, is this activity coming from former LG15 creators/contributors, or is it a 5-years-late gamejack from bored renegade fans? So many questions! (BTW, once again a million thanks to you, Wintermute, for getting lgPedia back up & running. It surely is coming in handy right now!)

      http://lgpedia.nitemarecafe.com/wiki/page/Main_Page

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    3. Oh, additionally, “we will not be stopped” was a text blog posted by Maggie (right after the video "Introducing the Lifesblood Labs Strandbox," the sixth prologue video of LG15: The Resistance). Maggie, like Jonas, was another leader of the HoN eventually captured by the Order. Their fates are unknown. Ain't lgPedia great?

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  8. now, im not too familiar with the lg15 chat thing, but do they have usernames in it and if so, what was the username used?

    i shall start googling some things now. whatever it is, i hope its fun <3

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  9. The username used was simply LG15Chat.

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  10. Ah I really want this to be a thing.
    Are we kind of just waiting for something else to happen right now or is there more digging to do on this stuff?

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    1. Solostinlost, you are not alone! I and others absolutely share your "wanting this to be a thing" sentiment—even if we mostly kinda assume it's a fan spinoff "gamejack" of sorts. At least we can hope for a *superb* gamejack, just as cassieiswatching was. I think you put it about as well as it can be put: just waiting for something else to happen right now—unless anyone ELSE who's reading this has any further ideas with regard to how we can dig deeper. My failed ideas follow:

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    2. 1. Could it be an anagram? Those of us who survived cassieiswatching—with at least SOME of our senses still intact, and only mild liver damage from the resultant alcohol consumption— know that to solve a line of this length (which has *millions and millions* of possible solutions) requires some assistance from the puppetmaster. A blurry jpeg of the solution…occasional assistance from a curiously insightful & gifted de-anagrammist (really the PM's sockpuppet account) who joins us online…whatever.
      2. Could the solution involve taking the first letter of each word (thus TWABADWTWWE)? It doesn't yield *anything* according to my anagram software, unless "We bad at T www," means, “We’re bad at the internet.” lol.
      3. How about a phone number from those letters? 8-922-239-8993. Uhhhhh.
      4. Googling the phrase (with quotation marks)—probably the first thing we all tried—currently yields 3 search results: 1 from wintermute, and 2 from modelmotion, haha.

      That's about the extent of MY ruminations. Next?

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    3. Oh yeah, here's another popular one.

      5. Google earth coordinates! 89.2223°, -98.993°. That would even explain the oddly placed comma, and the “[email protected],” as in “at west longitude,” therefore negative in decimal format.
      Somewhere in the region of the North Pole polar ice caps! Sooo…Jonas and Maggie are hiding from the Order in an igloo out there? haha. Silly…however, it leads me to genuine a point—something that I wanted to bring into question: the not particularly necessary comma that separates “There will always be a day” from “when the world will end.” Has anyone else wondered about that? I'm guessing that it's no accident, and rather worthy of contemplation.
      I think we can agree that the semi-nonsensical nature of the statement itself is evidence enough that there's something hidden within—something deeper than, say, Charles Manson ranting about his beliefs in the inevitability of “Helter Skelter.” Will there ALWAYS be a day when the world will end??? What about the day AFTER the earth is destroyed by an enormous asteroid, or is fried into a charcoal briquette by our Sun when ole' Sol is well into its red giant phase in a few billion years? Yaaaaugh!

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    4. What about the other messages? A lot of those had weird @ appearances too.

      There is never a time when @e Bree was alone, yes, [email protected]
      Nicely done on @the solving, there is more!
      Lets not worry about the PAST right now. Lets worry [email protected]

      Maybe there's something with the placement of the symbols and the nearby letters? And PAST might just be capitalized for emphasis, but maybe not.

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    5. Auuugh! I didn't know there was more already! On to the the next thread then:
      http://www.webseriestoday.com/2014/06/lg15chat-we-are-here.html?showComment=1402595369732#c8344982102868784465

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    6. Or rather:
      http://www.webseriestoday.com/2014/06/lg15chat.html

      Not enough sleep lately.

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