Can you decode this cipher ?

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Spidey01
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Can you decode this cipher ?

0x6E 0170 0x61 0172 0x70 0161 0x65 0040 0x74 0155 0x68 0161 0x20 0171 0x61 0144 0x71 0040 0x72 0147 0x7A

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I give the following information about the text and only one clue, it is 4 words long, and Bobby Flay once crashed a party of this type.

If no one figures it out soon... Well, maybe I will give the answer >_>

Valroe
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He crashed a nxazpqe tmhq yadq rgz? lol

Spidey01
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Your getting closer but still not there yet Blum 3

Yes, each letter was encoded to there ASCII character codes in a pattern of hexadecimals and octal. That is two levels of the code, but not the end of it >_>

Fury
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BLONDES HAVE MORE FUN

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I'll leave you to how i figured this out. Its not hard. Its acutally a pretty easy encryption method.

Spidey01
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Bingo we have a brownie !!!

And no, that is not racist or sexist, it is a joke upon the clue.

When I said Bobby Flay once crashed a party by this name, a couple of bakers were having a "blondes have more fun party" to celibate their baked goods, giving away blondies (their best) and brownies when Bobby Flay showed up and challenged to a Blondie Throwdown Smile

As to other reasons why I'd choose this string for a test of this little obsfucational change to ye ol' Caesar cipher, I'll leave that up to the readers hehe Blum 3