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Graffiti in Morse Code?

I was in a government building recently, and visited the bathroom. This odd graffiti was on the stall wall:

What is our duty?

When you decipher the code, it reads “what is our duty”. This wasn’t the publicly accessible part of the building, so presumably this was written by a government worker. Is this a public servant asking his colleagues about their commitment? Or is he just making a bad pun on the term “doodie”?

5 Responses to “Graffiti in Morse Code?”

  1. Horatio Nelson

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    Darren Reply:

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  2. vigeek

    People who use morse code (amateur radio operators) don’t put a pipe or slash between words. Whoever wrote it took it from a website online that did the translation for them.

    73! (radio slang for ttyl)

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