Well, you did it. You sure made your Grandmother proud. You work in a prison cafeteria without being an inmate. And you have three bosses, all of whom have more respect, authority and responsibility than you. The least serious offense between your three inmate bosses is Kidnapping with Intent to Part-Out. Now the warden wants to have a word with you. He has decided that if you can't solve his puzzle, your free shift meals at the prison will consist of maple syrup, coffee grounds, and sweepings from the prison barber shop. Can you solve the puzzle? Why would you even bother? Why don't you just quit?
Below is a quote from a famous person encoded with a substitution cipher. Each letter has been swapped for another. Today's hint: P equals R.
"RE'S/ BWW/ EUIE/ IDPIUIG/ HBE/ SUBE/ IE/ EUT/ EUTIETP./ UT/ XIS/ IJXIKS/ EBB/ DQSK/ EB/ STT/ I/ SUBX./ RE/ XIS/ QSQIJJK/ GT/ RZ/ EUIE/ WIPA/ DBY/ XREU/ I/ GIZ'S/ HQZ/ SUBNTW/ RZ/ EUT/ DIOA/ BL/ GK/ UTIW,/ RL/ KBQ/ AZBX/ XUIE/ R/ GTIZ."/
- GIPK/ EBWW/ JRZOBJZ
The first person to e-mail me the correct answer at firstname.lastname@example.org wins a prize! If you would like your prize sent to you, include a mailing address with your answer.
Last week's answer:
"You want a reason to drink? Try being able to talk to the animals when you're a nine year old intern at a slaughterhouse."
- John Dolittle