The HBO show may just be the latest entry in an ongoing literary mystery that’s more than 120 years old.
True Detective, on the surface, seems to be a noir story. But a deeper dive into the references that keep popping up in the show suggest it’s from another place entirely: it’s a horror story dressed up in noir clothing. All these details come from a mythology that writers have been contributing to for more than 120 years: an interlocking set of stories, poems, and even a play about a fictional city called Carcosa, that can never quite be seen directly.
Échale una mirada também no ótimo texto do Renmero - claramente influenciado, como todos nós, pelo calor da putaria generalizada daquele já clássico quarto episódio. https://medium.com/p/4d574cd8d611
CAN WE TAKE A FUCKING MINUTE TO TALK ABOUT THE TRILOBITE FOSSILS THAT COME OUT OF MOROCCO?
HOW WELL PRESERVED
DON’T GET ME STARTED ON THE FACT THAT THEIR FUCKING EYES WERE PRESERVED
THEIR GODDAMN EYE LENSES ARE MADE FROM MINERALS AND LOOK HOW WELL THEY ARE PRESERVED
I CAN’T FUCKING HANDLE IT THESE THINGS ARE LIKE 350 MILLION YEARS OLD
WATCH THIS DOCUMENTARY AND LET YOUR MIND BE BLOWN
Such permineralization. Very authigenic.
You can jail homeless people.
The organization identified 37 homeless people in Osceola County who were collectively arrested 1,250 times between 2004 and 2013 at a cost of $104 per booking. During that time, these people spent 61,896 days incarcerated at an average cost of $80 per day.
Altogether, Osceola County communities spent $5,081,680 over the past decade to repeatedly jail just 37 homeless people.
A far cheaper option than criminalizing and jailing the homeless is to provide them with permanent supportive housing. An average permanent supportive housing unit in Osceola County costs $9,602 per year, which includes $8,244 for rent and utility subsidies and $1,358 for a case manager (with a case load of 30 clients). In other words, each supported housing unit costs the county 40 percent less than what they’re currently paying to put homeless residents in jail.
- Bora montar um ponto de moto-táxi aqui?
- Ê, rapá, é proibido.
- Hmmm…tu é fresco?