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By Themastahblastah, Oct 27, 2018
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Obviously even base64 is too hard to figure out lmao
hey can someone please decrypt this for me? thanks
It's a link for an unlimited Gdrive full of NSPs
hello fellow one piece fan
What kills me is there was a lot of discussions going back and forth about why or why not people should be able to use the tool "which should not be named" to actually get nsp/update/dlcs for themselves. There was also a lot of talk about how people should just use sites and discords to download the files that people who have access to the tool would upload. Since then, there has been lots of questions from people about where these sites were and there has been a lot of negativity towards these people for asking. This is supposed to be a community. Instead of talking smack or just saying "use other sources" and not posting them, is not helping anyone. To answer everyone's questions:
Use the site that was mentioned by Enkuler above and when on the site (Make sure it says Decode from Base64 format)
Paste in the Base64 code that you are finding on the discord.
There you go. Enjoy!
Sounds like i should change my username then.
so...? who's gonna ask a mod to get it first?
well not me, im pandavova and will be pandavova
Can someone decrypt this for me pls
milk is cereal sauce
I still don't understand this doesn't make sense
That's the encoded data
You could have saved a lot of time if you just used any base64 decoder/encoder, just use a web search engine to search for "base64 decoder" like pretty much everyone else in this thread said
A base64 decoder won't tell me what "milk is cereal sauce" really means. Is it a secret code ?
EDIT : pretty sure this has something to do with barbecue sauce.
Literally, Milk is Cereal Sauce
can't you help me find the true meaning of this expression ?
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A sauce is often salted, but milk isn't, right ?
I think that's a metaphor about life. But I'm not sure.
I guess milk could be considered sauce once it's poured on cereal. It's probably just a joke, nothing meant to be taken seriously