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Here's another dumb cipher I actually tried hard on encrypting!

X ZXBPXO ZFMEBO FP LKB LC QEB PFJMIBPQ BKZOVMQFLK IXKDRXDBP

And here's some hints:

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It has something to do with the number 23.

2.

I love Wikipedia. So much that this is actually part of a wikipedia article.

3.

The article is about a "language."

4.

Here's a joke. It's about what this cipher has: I got fired at my typewriting job because I didn't put in enough shifts.

5.

Hint 4 is about that "23" I was talking about.

I hope that wasn't too much hints. If this is unsolvable or just really weird, dumb, or too hard for any one i'll try to simplify or add more hints.

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    $\begingroup$ For your future puzzles you might want to wait before giving hints - see if people get stuck first :) $\endgroup$ – puzzledPig Apr 6 '18 at 2:02
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This is very easy. It's simply

a rot23 of "A CAESAR CIPHER IS ONE OF THE SIMPLEST ENCRYPTION LANGUAGES".

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    $\begingroup$ I just found out about it and wanted to give it a go. c: Anyways, congrats you solved it :D $\endgroup$ – KoolKidz112 Apr 6 '18 at 2:05
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    $\begingroup$ @KoolKidz112 First, thanks for contributing—it can be a bit daunting! Second, definitely write the kind of puzzles YOU want to write; your passion will come through. But, third, do keep your audience in mind; while Caesar ciphers may be new to you, they're well known to many here. See the Guide to Codes and Ciphers post for specific information on ciphers that PSE folk tend to be well versed in, and Code Puzzles: What (Not) To Do? for more general tips. $\endgroup$ – Rubio Apr 6 '18 at 10:55
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    $\begingroup$ Finally, check out When should I add hints to my puzzle? and its various answers (this one in particular) for guidance on how, and when, to use hints. Welcome again, and hope your next puzzle sees great success! $\endgroup$ – Rubio Apr 6 '18 at 10:58

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