Judges spend thousands of tax payer money for painted portraits.

Posted December 15th, 2012 by Bezzo0

Judges in Kanawha (ka-naw) County WV wish to spend thousands of tax payer money to have their portraits made. Some estimates as high as $80k. They say its to preserve history.......

Titorelli likes the idea

workingclasshero 2 years 20 weeks 1 day 5 min ago

Orson Well's adaptation of Franz Kafka's "The Trial" is a must watch for the liberty minded (it's copyright free).

The story has interesting parallels to the post 911 state, with it's "watch lists." The protagonist is never told for what crime he is accused. Portraits of judges play a special role in the story, and most especially the artist "Titorelli" who is the one that paints them.


workingclasshero 2 years 20 weeks 1 day 3 min ago

double post

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