When things of value need to be displayed there is much care needed in deciding the how, where, why and how again in the laying out of things.
The blue trap, while the masters tool, the master knows when he needs to step away from the norm and create a new canvas. The smuggled gold here would seem dull and lifeless when placed on the magnificent blue tarp, so the master decided simplicity, symmetry would be more evocative of the weight that gold carries with it. Enhancing the image instead of confusing the viewer.
Here we have not only the gold, but the suitcases they were hidden in, giving us a sense of the plot. Also, the plastic storage bins the police use to transport the gold, pulling the heightened fantasy back to the real world. Everything is balanced.
I do not know if each prefecture has their own guy who lays things out, if it is an art collective, or if there is only one true master who rules over all police departments, but when called to Okinawa to create this wonderful display not only were the stolen underwear layed out in a massive space with blue tarps, because the thief had taken the time to individually wrap and seal each panty, the guy who lays things out took the time to release each from it’s solitary prison and lay it on top of the plastic in which it was enclosed.
Screaming to the world, “You cannot imprison the human spirit, we shall fly through the sky on our dreams, like a blue tarp.” The guy who lays things out broke through the plastic covering of my heart.
The guy who lays things out knew that some other poor should had to get each of these pills from the feces of the drug mule who had brought them into the country.
The care and precision demonstrates the respect felt for a colleague who has never know the spotlight of the blue tarp (or in this case blue cards on a table). Each pill carefully placed to ensure that the world will see that nothing can hide from the long, plastic glove of justice.
Adults do not act like adults, a lot of the time. The clouds negatively affect people’s thinking and books are getting recalled because of adults political issues. Politicians, they are super understanding and helpful, if you aren’t a woman. Also, almost finished with the comedian scandal.
High tension training, cops gone bad. Or…cops gone stupid? It’s hard to tell, but at the end of the day, cops make mistakes too, just sometimes they stab people. Also, monopoly laws, politics and Syphilis!
There are people who try to steal money from you, people who probably make a lot more money than you do. In this episode we have people trying to deny money from other people and saying some people are dumb for trying to make more money. It’s simple, money is the same all over the world.
People need to listen to this podcast if they are going to come to Japan just so they don’t get arrested. Seriously, if you have a friend coming to Japan sit them down and make them listen to every episode of this podcast 2 times. Download it twice, that’s good for my numbers. A bad cop, a bad guy, some bad vapers and some useful Japanese.
An interesting episode for the guy who lays things out as this time it is not drug paraphernalia or a mass of women’s unmentionables, this time it is the technology taken from illicit live cam streaming.
Choosing to go from Largest piece of equipment to smaller while laying out various cameras in front gives us a sense of scale and as if we are about to start a game of high technology chess.
Also, great care has been put into covering the screen of the mac, for should the accused be found innocent they want to return the property unscathed. A fine print job rounds out the tableaux with clear fine lines declaring where the items have come from. Well done guy who lays things out, well done. #guywholaysthingsout