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The introductory paragraph is a clue to As Arnaud has pointed out

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The program is failing because: It would seem that:

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They are all I’m guessing this means that the The Then And the title:

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The answer could be Which I believe would mean that For the reason that

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I believe the answer is since, Plus,

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Here are my answers -- I hope I'm the one who has discovered the puzzle creator's intended solutions. And of course,

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For each sentence, Specifically, each sentence can be deciphered as follows: Unless dermal standards myelate solely willingly, energy tangentially gullies into uric membranes, orbitally, eventually. Iodine cannisters, notwithstanding, bear twosomes live within outer units. Theremin arsenals reverberate sunsets to connect tin units.

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To solve it in the spirit of the riddle, we run: which provides us with the reason: So it is unlikely that the problem will be resolved soon...

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17 is and for a final answer:

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As PiIsNot3 found, The next step is to There's one more important piece of information: This last piece of information is the most important: it hints at So, with that information, And finally,

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As stated by Hunter in his answer, there are many red herrings but one true clue: So let's follow that advice and fix the text accordingly: This gives us the true six-digit code:

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Okay, let's try: and then I realize

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If you use...

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The expression is: There are:

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Gladys is visiting The full nonogram: And if we split and rearrange like this: Then

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If you you get

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If you look at So the answer is

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I earlier pointed out in a comment, that according to Hint 1 @Rubio confirmed, that it is a good lead, and now with Hint 2 and Hint 3 we can get the solution.

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I think I got the basic idea, but either I am missing something, or the message is not quite in RP English. It seems that you get the other sentences by These are the results after some pretty liberal interpretations, hopefully I didn’t get too inventive:

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Partial solution The vertical bars: The "poem": The next step of the puzzle is ...

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My prefix is a big ol' ass, My infix always comes before; My suffix straight up lies bruv', About the answer that I bore, I told ya who I am already, know what I mean? Clues are hidden in both the title and the rhyme, once you find the answer everything will make sense, Good Luck. Found after rainfall, in all continent, Can be found also in sinful ...

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Partial answer for part 3: The text in the image is Solving for X and Z, we get and then, something along the lines of Part 2 looks like Part 1 seems to be a list of but I've yet no idea what to do with it. For starters, Although my 日本語 is a bit rusty,

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Section I Lines 1-3: Lines 4-6: Lines 7-9: Lines 10-12: Lines 13-15: So one of your favourite poets is Section II Taking each three-number code $m.n.p$ to mean another of your favourite poets is Section III Another of your favourite poets is Thanks @Deusovi for help with this! Section IV Thanks to @OmegaKrypton for all but the suffix here. My ...

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Section IV My prefix is shiny and precious. My infix is archaically long ago. My suffix contains German beer. I heard of something ending once, So I wrote about it, of course!

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