let's get thinking...
say you want to know what a sentence originally said, but all you have
is these two sets of fragments,
created from the original sentence, by breaking them up at given
1) stex Be ime veR nte per
est tev rim expe en eR B
You do know that:
- a Capital B begins the sentence
- a Capital R ends the sentence.
Well, maybe, jsut to start, try to line up the unique letters, such as
v, and x.
And then see what other letters overlap...
Piece by piece, the puzzle should start coming together, until you get
the final sequence of letters!
THIS IS THE BEAUTIFUL SIMPLICITY
OF WHAT HOLLEY WANTED TO DO!!