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Coded Telegraph: Paranoia Rules When, Shhhh…

February 18, 1906 ·

I continue to be both awestruck and humbled by the dedication and efficiency of this city’s developing Network Proxies though I do wonder whether such an elaborate cipher is really all that neccessary.

 I suppose I had best use my Sunday name for this Shaun Hardie chap; chemists can be such slippery characters when not handled correctly.

Ella Mayhem

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