Evil Eye

luka

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i think becasue, as i think sufi pointed out, it shoots lazer beams
 

luka

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'a withering gaze' 'a cutting glance' 'a cold stare' 'looking daggers'
 

luka

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the influence of the Masons is historical fact, totally uncontroversial. they burned London down in 1666 so master mason Wren could rebuild it according to Masonic sacred geometry. they call it 'the great illumination'
 

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luka

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According to The Independent, the gangs used their contacts inside Freemasonry to “recruit corrupted officers”. The report concluded that this was one of “the most difficult aspects of organised crime corruption to proof against”.[6]


Some of Britain’s most dangerous organised crime syndicates were able to infiltrate New Scotland Yard “at will”. The Independent[4]
Allegations of evidence tampering, interference with the pursuit of criminal suspects by other forces, and close cooperation between senior police officers and master criminals, particularly those involved in illicit drugs and prostitution, have been raised.[7] Charges that jurors were bought off or threatened to return not-guilty verdicts, corrupt individuals working for HMRC, both in the UK and overseas, and “get out of jail free cards” being bought for £50,000 are also cited in the report.[4]


I feel that at the current time I cannot carry out an ethical murder investigation without the fear of it being compromised. Unnamed MPS Senior Investigating Officer, currently attached to SO 1(3), cited in the Independent's report [4]
 

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You heard about the gangs inside LA law enforcement, Luka? I nearly made a thread on it as they've been in the news recently. You get young officers "chasing ink", killing people to join them. There's one called The Executioners.
 

luka

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It makes me consider Finnegan's Wake to be some divine literature.

Also makes me want to try Blake. And McLuhan for that matter.
you should try all of them above. starting this instant!

version, yeah i have. James Ellroy material....
 

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"On principle he tried to spend as little time around the glass house as possible. All this strange alternative cop history and cop politics, cop dynasties, cop heroes and evil doers, saintly cops and psycho cops, cops too stupid to live and cops too smart for their own good, insulated by secret loyalties and codes of silence from the world they'd all been given the control."
 

Linebaugh

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Reading grape juice now

The development of perspective in painting, the rise of the individual, the emergence and standardization of national languages, nationalism and national wars in general, the Bible-based Protestant Reformation, the beginnings of the Industrial Revolution and the age of mass production and the mass man, all of these and more were direct outgrowths of print. A mutation has occurred. The ratio of the senses has been skewed. The Eye became master.
This makes me think about the 'birth of man' Foucault was on about in The Order of Things. The creation of the 'epistemological consciousness of man,' an awareness of man as not only the locus but source of knowledge, as demonstrated in Velasquez's Las Meninas:



1656, so about 200 years after Gutenbergs printing press
 

Linebaugh

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"The age of print is the age of linearity, of standardization, of uniformity, of mechanical processes, of centralization, of single-point perspective, of rigid categorization, of analysis, of interchangeable parts and interchangeable people."

This is what I was originally getting at with the evil eye
 
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