The previous post is (not very securely) encoded. (The least reason for this is that... [The following message could be construed as a clue. Some people don't like clues, so I made it harder to read. (I wouldn't want to spoil it for anyone.) If you really want to read the clue, then be my guest.] <CLUE BEGINS... ... ...> you actually already know the word Kamoranakrre before you start. Additionally... well... it's a bit obvious, really.)
Some people, however, are not particularly enamoured with decoding messages. They just want to look at something and have it be immediately visible to them. While I was at the lovely Washington University in St. Louis returning the paperwork that I acquired during Friday's work-related-activities, I took an hour to just walk around and see what there is to see. In the courtyard of McMillan Hall, there is a row of stone blocks with numbers on them. I presume they're years, but haven't a clue why they're there. Even if you don't know either, you can appreciate the simple fact that they exist (unencoded) in today's picture of the day.
|Six and Sixty Years Ago...
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In case you're wondering, the shadow on the block was not because of me or my camera. I checked.