It looks like the person who wrote the note knows just enough "angerthas" (Tolkien Dwarf Runes) to sound like a dumbass, but there are some trip ups
in the message. That "A" and "+" and the inverted equal-looking sign aren't present in the language, but so far, through the various forms of
Tolkien/Rune languages I've been able to get:
How good are you a wheel of fortune?
I know more elvish than dwarvish.
In a "rune" sense, they don't mean anything (to you). Runes only reflect the holder, as in the person that is drawing them. A written rune holds no
meaning, unless you believe it does, and since you don't even know what it means, it's unlikely that it's anything negative, unless you begin to think
that it is.
Personally, I wouldn't worry about it. I used to write messages in strange languages and then leave them in odd places or place them in bottles and
cast them into the sea just so that someone would find them... and hopefully find them interesting, but beyond that, I don't think there's any
significance to this message. Likely someone playing around. There are gangs that like to use runes, but again, who knows?
There are several Dwarf Runes in the Tolkien universe here is an example of one:
Here's an example of standard "real world" runes.
Here's an example of Elvish:
[translation: "Above Top Secret" letter for letter from the English words in the Elvish Alphabet]
["Above top secret" written in the elvish language using the elvish alphabet. "Above" has been
substituted with the word "peak" since "above" doesn't appear in the elvish dictionary]
edit on 27-12-2011 by FugitiveSoul because: (no reason given)