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Remove the message to reveal the message:

"Tonbo etoto rono thart dofo rybo eu"

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up vote 13 down vote accepted

We have the famous

To be or not to be

and we highlight

"Tonbo etoto rono thart dofo rybo eu"

to get

Not too hard for you

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How did you arrive at the idea to take out that particular quote? Random chance, or was there some clue? – question_asker Feb 24 at 12:59
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It was actually the first quote I could think of. And then it magically fit. – Improve Feb 24 at 13:24
    
I was on this track as well, but I found that "famous" quote by working backwards .. ;) start at the end of the text, and look for common words, that famous quote kind of starts leaping out at you :) – Ditto Feb 24 at 15:00
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@Improve I weirdly arrived about the same way, looking at that quote somehow you can still see the underlying "To be or not to be", it just kind of sticks out. – DasBeasto Feb 24 at 15:02
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The interesting part about composing the puzzle was getting a quote and a message that were about the same length and then putting them together in a way that neither leapt right off the page. The brain is incredibly good at seeing patterns. – Hugh Meyers Mar 5 at 10:54

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