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The wealth concentrates around the city's premier social institution. Power emanates from Wexner’s ‘house.’

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I have not thoroughly toured the estate, so I cannot comment on the interior design, but the exterior tells a long story. I say this based on Paul Jone's work on the sociology of architecture. His piece, Architecture, Power, and Identities, focuses on the social hierarchies at play in the architectural profession. While "this part of the architectural field is occupied by the vast majority of architects whose work is overwhelmingly concerned with those functional buildings and domestic commissions that fail to capture the attention…of their colleagues, critics and wider publics; these designers are by and large 'anonymous,' like Wexner and his home. I think of him in the way that Bourdieu thinks of architects. However, his and the architects' anonymity does not necessarily come from intentionally trying to be anonymous. Instead, it is partly derivative of New Albany's situation. Despite being known for its role in deciding the fate of Republican presidential candidates, Ohio is a fly-over state. When most people, particularly those on the east and west coasts, think of it and surrounding states such as Kentucky and Indiana, they think of fields upon fields of corn stalks glistening in a calm wind on a sunny day, not much else going on besides farm life. While there is certainly a lot of that, the truth of the matter is that Columbus, the city that New Albany is a satellite of, boasts a metropolitan statistical population of over 2.122 million people and added 18,077 people during 2019.[1] While it is nowhere near New York City's size, which boasts a metro of about 17 million with a growth rate of XXX, it is still a world-class city. Over the past four decades, Columbus has grown a lot despite other rust belt cities such as Cleveland and Cincinnati going through relative decline on a decade-by-decade basis regarding their total population and economic productivity measured in gross domestic product. Columbus is a capital city, and New Albanian homes' stateliness complements that status not just politically but also economically. Its "'restricted' architectural subfield" has allowed for homes designed with Georgian design heuristics in mind to be fruitful and multiply beyond what would normally be expected of a suburb in Ohio, or anywhere for that matter. (Jones 15) As "tastemakers," Wexner and his design team are "those who can ascribe and remove capital to others; the rarefied group of architects competing for symbolic capital to others to a greater extent than are the vast majority of practicing architects, who are more concerned with economic reward and professional recognition." (Jones 15). They are in an ultra-high-economic strata where money is like air.
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To Wexner and his compatriots, money is to them what power is to the President of the United States, and then some. I say compatriots because I think of Patriots due to watching a movie called "The Patriot." In the war-flick, there is a scene where an American general goes to the house of an English lord in the countryside during the Revolutionary War. It looks almost exactly like Wexner's, and further research turned up the fact that the house used in the film was the birthplace of Confederate General Robert E. Lee and his family's seat in Virginia. It is formally known as Stratford Hall, and one major difference between it and Wexner's home is that the latter is much larger at 72,000 square feet. (((Following the construction of the Great House, Thomas Lee expanded the site into a bustling hive of activity, and soon the working plantation became "a towne in itself" as one visitor to Stratford marveled.))) Another is that it is also two stories tall instead of 1 and a ½.It also has wings that stem from the great house and connect to garages. Unfortunately, the design does remind me of a plantation. It is kind of hard for me not to think of it that way as someone who is half-black. I thought this was significant because the Lees were a slave-owning family. Today, Stratford Hall is little more than a historical landmark. The Lees do not own slaves anymore. They could, however. In my experience, the uber-wealthy sometimes have interesting private lives. They get bored quickly, hence why someone like Wexner would start a town as a pet project.[1]

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The New Albany Homeowners Association enforces regulations. Property taxes in New Albany are monstrous and are the highest in Central Ohio cities. Some people say that the purpose is to keep the trash out. In other words, they want to make it even more expensive to live there, presumably to keep members of the upper-middle-class from making a home there unless they want to pay out the ass to make a home there. This settling down, making a home for yourself, behavior sheds light on the topic of origin stories.

One that is commonly known is the book of Genesis in the Bible. It starts with "In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth." Another powerful being, however not omnipotent, "community builder," Leslie (Les) Wexner, "created" New Albany and the New Albany Company. Even though he does not have the same reach as the God of the Hebrews, he has managed to make something that is simultaneously beautiful, wonderful, creepy, and weird on the outskirts of Columbus, Ohio. His town, New Albany, is begging for attention from a higher power.

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This is a God’s eye view of Highgrove, one of the newest and most expensive estate communities in New Albany. Notice how the street, Highgrove, forms the shape of a magnifying glass with an eye in the lens complete with cornea, pupil, and eyelashes which are formed respectively by a patch of perfectly manicured grass, a center-piece gazebo, and semi-circular tree lines.

Power in New Albany lies in the architecture. It also resides in the people. There is a reason that wealthy and powerful people such as Wexner crave Georgian architecture in the construction of their apparatuses of power (could be as big as a house, or as big as a town depending on the person. In the case of Mr. Wexner it is New Albany).

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Symmetry, proportion, and scale are predominant in this architectural expression style but not necessarily native. Often, writings about this style discuss taste. However, I want to avoid that and go a little more in-depth concerning the intricacies because words like 'taste' are very broad and do little to simplify Georgian architecture's nuances into a comprehensible and cohesive thesis. In particular, concerning residential building design in New Albany and furthering an ethnographic discussion that attempts to render a coherent and less viscous stream of consciousness that explores anthropological themes.[1] However, before moving into a brief discussion on the nuances of power, I want to paint a clearer picture of New Albany as a whole. Georgian homes are understated. The beauty is in the symmetry and unity at the center of the buildings. A video on Youtube goes into detail about the Golden ratio.
A video on Youtube goes into detail about the Golden ratio.He talks about it as a naturally occurring phenomenon that is evident in plants such as sunflowers. They use the perfect square as a starting point, and it is the details that are golden sectioned or have golden sectioned relationships. The explainer veers away from using the term magic and instead comments on the subtleties and how they come together to create a pleasing aesthetic worthy of appreciation by the human eye. Even though New Albany's mansions are grand, they do not try to stand out and catch every passerby's attention. They are "high art." Georgian mansions are to McMansions as symphonies are to pop music. By being hungry for them, they submit to it because Georgian architecture allows its consumption but becomes the consumer who is consuming it. Whether the relationship is parasitic, mutualistic, or an example of commensalism is another question. However, Jones makes a subtle allusion to this by saying that "the consecrated elite of architects still 'find themselves under the sway of the entire range (conscious and unconscious) of interpellative codings at work in architecture.' From this perspective architects are recipients of the rules of the field who respond to the contexts in which they find themselves in ways that seem to make sense from those positions; in other words…architects design buildings but not within conditions of their own making." (Jones 15).

They also lose some of their power by engaging in 'symbolic violence,' which Bourdieu, according to Jones, says is "a 'gentle, invisible violence, unrecognized as such, chosen as much as undergone (Bourdieu 1990: 127). Symbolic violence is the process through which the constitutive 'force-field' effect of the field comes to seem normal, fair, and taken for granted. It involves the attachment of legitimacy and value to a particular aesthetic or practice within the field. The more that this process is hidden from sight and left unchallenged, the more powerful it is in reproducing dominance." Georgian architecture's symbolic violence' has repeatedly been produced in New Albany by the white picket fences that stand in stark contrast to the abodes' Georgian architecture; however, they work in tandem. Their duality is beautiful and rare. It involves the attachment of legitimacy and value to a particular aesthetic or practice within the field. The more that this process is hidden from sight and left unchallenged, the more powerful it is in reproducing dominance." Georgian architecture's symbolic violence' has repeatedly been produced in New Albany by the white picket fences that stand in stark contrast to the abodes' Georgian architecture; however, they work in tandem. Their duality is beautiful and rare.

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White fences adjacent to a anthropogenic pond in the Crescent subdivision of the New Albany Country Club as New Albany’s walking club does a walk through the neighborhood to promote health and wellness “She’s a wonderful partner, an innovator, a hard-working beauty and a genuine trailblazer” – Kristin Ferguson, director of marketing Healthy New Albany says of New Albany
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Pierre Bourdieu did some extensive research on the sociology of architecture in the late-twentieth-century even though he does not talk specifically of Georgian architecture, he is very concerned with bringing to light "the way in which culture maps onto social inequalities, all the time legitimating them as natural, fair and taken for granted." More broadly, he sought to come to a better understanding of how "institutions have [played] [a pivotal role] [in] constituting and reproducing the existing show (Jones 12). Given this, his work has served as a "crucial reference point" for putting in order how socially dominant institutions and individuals mobilize cultural discourses and hierarchies. (Jones 12). Part of what attracted me to this article subconsciously was the name of the author, Paul Jones. I did not realize that he wrote the paper instead of Bourdieu until I got to the fourth page.

In popular culture, the Joneses are a family that lives down the street and always seems to have more than the other residents of a neighborhood in terms of the quantity and quality of their material possessions. Their kids go to private school while your kids go to a public school. They drive a brand-new Mercedes while you drive a new Toyota, and you bought the new Toyota the day they traded in their used Toyota for a brand-new Mercedes. In other words, they set a high standard for the game of life that other people, who want to be on their level materially, willingly choose to partake in, while sometimes disregarding their finances and digging themselves into a deep hole of debt. New Albany's character is that of a giant enclave of Joneses, except the people who live there are not the types of people who would build McMansions., which are essentially a residential building that may or may not meet the definition of a mansion in terms of living space, but fall short of particular design heuristics that would enable architects to classify the house as a mansion. In New Albany, there is purpose and intent behind their actions goes beyond merely superficial showboating. Those who want to build a house in New Albany must follow the laws of Georgian Architecture when starting the design process for their home and the ‘real’ Mr. Jones uses the surname Wexner. He lives out of sight for the most part and the wealth he possesses is so vast that there’s almost no point in trying to be on his level in terms of money. Though, you can live close to him. Despite pigeon-holing himself as Ohio’s richest man and thereby having to seclude himself on 100s of acres of land in East New Albany, his influence in the town is obvious.

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Pierre Bourdieu did some extensive research on the sociology of architecture in the late-twentieth-century even though he does not talk specifically of Georgian architecture, he is very concerned with bringing to light "the way in which culture maps onto social inequalities, all the time legitimating them as natural, fair and taken for granted." More broadly, he sought to come to a better understanding of how "institutions have [played] [a pivotal role] [in] constituting and reproducing the existing show (Jones 12). Given this, his work has served as a "crucial reference point" for putting in order how socially dominant institutions and individuals mobilize cultural discourses and hierarchies. (Jones 12). Part of what attracted me to this article subconsciously was the name of the author, Paul Jones. I did not realize that he wrote the paper instead of Bourdieu until I got to the fourth page.

In popular culture, the Joneses are a family that lives down the street and always seems to have more than the other residents of a neighborhood in terms of the quantity and quality of their material possessions. Their kids go to private school while your kids go to a public school. They drive a brand-new Mercedes while you drive a new Toyota, and you bought the new Toyota the day they traded in their used Toyota for a brand-new Mercedes. In other words, they set a high standard for the game of life that other people, who want to be on their level materially, willingly choose to partake in, while sometimes disregarding their finances and digging themselves into a deep hole of debt. New Albany's character is that of a giant enclave of Joneses, except the people who live there are not the types of people who would build McMansions., which are essentially a residential building that may or may not meet the definition of a mansion in terms of living space, but fall short of particular design heuristics that would enable architects to classify the house as a mansion. In New Albany, there is purpose and intent behind their actions goes beyond merely superficial showboating. Those who want to build a house in New Albany must follow the laws of Georgian Architecture when starting the design process for their home and the ‘real’ Mr. Jones uses the surname Wexner. He lives out of sight for the most part and the wealth he possesses is so vast that there’s almost no point in trying to be on his level in terms of money. Though, you can live close to him. Despite pigeon-holing himself as Ohio’s richest man and thereby having to seclude himself on 100s of acres of land in East New Albany, his influence in the town is obvious.

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Wexner home still under construction but nearly complete. Is 72,000 square feet enough space for the ego of a retail billionaire? Who knows? Probably not.

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A McMansion is formally defined by David Salomon in Research Notes: Toward a History of the Suburban Driveway, as an innovative and "large-scale exurban house" with a "dramatically designed" garage (Salomn 94). "Whether these massive houses are built on small lots or on gigantic exurban sites, the driveway is a conspicuous feature. Even when McMansions are more densely packed onto smaller lots, their driveways become large, rectangular paved surfaces that take up much of a property's street frontage, leaving relatively little space for other landscape elements. Like the houses they sit in front of, these driveways appear out of scale with the streets they face. They are found adjacent to McMansions located on large, exurban sites that harken back to those found on early twentieth-century estates." They have made the driveway a "highly designed, highly differentiated status symbol." (Salomn 94). New Albany tries to avoid having "treets lined with such homes" that "are framed by what appears at times in other ritzy suburbs to be a continuous wall of garage doors. "As scholar Penelope Dean has noted, the generic aesthetic found" in McMansion developments "does not indicate an indifference to design. Rather, it is a form of extreme or total design, a form that champions sameness over difference" (Salomn 95).

However, houses and architecture are derivatives of human creativity, ingenuity, and work. As products of ourselves, they also are ourselves metaphysically, and white ones are actually in the minority. Their sameness in New Albany contributes to the community's development, maturation, and community, which connects New Albanians. This passage is significant to the broader discussion in this paper because it sheds a different light on Bourdieu's symbolic violence concept. In this case, it is not tearing people apart who are of the community. Instead, it serves the role of bringing them together. United under the auspice of dominating Georgian architecture, New Albanians have an easier time forming tight-knit social bonds with their neighbors because they do not have to worry about visible status differences. On the surface, everyone looks the same from a class standpoint. Similar to how the driveways found on the lots of McMansions became associated with high social status in the late 20th century, the Georgian architecture characteristic of houses in New Albany has become synonymous with wealth and power, the kind that is for philanthropic endeavors, at least on the surface; philanthrocapitalism. While the middle and lower classes are struggling, the rich are doing better and better in terms of money and power. Lines of demarcation are changing. As time goes on, segregation by race is dwindling. It is occurring increasingly along class lines.

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Anyway...the HEX of The Nobody has seeded itself permanently into the minds of many, and grows across the landscape by the day.

Whispers say we are in for a "White Boy Summer" in 2021, which I believe is a foreshadowing of the great reveal we've all been waiting for. The gatekeepers can only ignore and dismiss the savior for so long, without looking like corrupt fools.
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Anyway...the HEX of The Nobody has seeded itself permanently into the minds of many, and grows across the landscape by the day.

Whispers say we are in for a "White Boy Summer" in 2021, which I believe is a foreshadowing of the great reveal we've all been waiting for. The gatekeepers can only ignore and dismiss the savior for so long, without looking like corrupt fools.
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In a roundabout way
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Huntley, are you lost?


Anyway...the HEX of The Nobody has seeded itself permanently into the minds of many, and grows across the landscape by the day.

Whispers say we are in for a "White Boy Summer" in 2021, which I believe is a foreshadowing of the great reveal we've all been waiting for. The gatekeepers can only ignore and dismiss the savior for so long, without looking like corrupt fools.
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Do you mean White Boy as an allusion to Spiritual Wonder Boy, or something like that? I can feel something like that coming, too. I even had a mysterious lady walk in front of me in October 2019, giving me clear signs that at some point the curtain would go up, quick.

I would still not expect any single blonde haired silver-shining-armour dude on the TV. Humanity doesn't deserve it. They deserve to be free several times over, but they have not proved themselves remotely capable of consistent kindness and respect, as a whole. So why would anyone subject themselves to the vile and vituperative bletherings of the comment section? This is not cowardice, just strategy.

The controllers of the world have lived virtually incognito for the last few thousand years. Why can't the White Hats do the same?

The big test is: Can this be done in private? What percentage of people know who Linus Torvalds, Carlos Castaneda or Austin Osman Spare are? Less than 1% could recognize them. Yet the structures they build affected billions.

And that is the great gift. To live among people as a normal person.
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Just get back with your lives,this shit dont matter.
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Everybody needs to listen to reason right there cuz they getting in the way you're f****** dead you're f****** dead I don't give a f*** who you are you're f****** dead so listen to raisin sweet sweet raisin because you done f*** with Billy sweet Billy Boy Billy boy

Does it look like I'm laughing I'm not laughing at f****** all the leaf f****** do you know how evil God is and you f****** with cain my baby boy I seen ya ass watched ya ass do it
I told you the devil walks around like a roaring proud lion ready for somebody to devour I told you the devil was a man he has feet he don't give a damn if you're the Garden Snake or f****** king cobra the Galaxy motherfuker gave him the authority to stomp your f****** ass

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Its true... Just look at the yin yang system we live in. Its everywhere. In politics its republicans vs democrats. In people its male vs female. In sports you have the all star game east vs west. You see it in USA vs Russia, again east vs west.

Red vs blue if you choose you snooze and you lose.
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Everybody needs to listen to reason right there cuz they getting in the way you're f****** dead you're f****** dead I don't give a f*** who you are you're f****** dead so listen to raisin sweet sweet raisin because you done f*** with Billy sweet Billy Boy Billy boy

Does it look like I'm laughing I'm not laughing at f****** all the leaf f****** do you know how evil God is and you f****** with cain my baby boy I seen ya ass watched ya ass do it
I told you the devil walks around like a roaring proud lion ready for somebody to devour I told you the devil was a man he has feet he don't give a damn if you're the Garden Snake or f****** king cobra the Galaxy motherfuker gave him the authority to stomp your f****** ass


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The big test is: Can this be done in private? What percentage of people know who Linus Torvalds, Carlos Castaneda or Austin Osman Spare are? Less than 1% could recognize them. Yet the structures they build affected billions.

And that is the great gift. To live among people as a normal person.
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Great question. I don't think so. The Nobody has presently not revealed his face or name or age or location...but none the less is a "figurehead".

If and when he exposes himself to the masses, surely he will be scored and hated by many, but hatred is unavoidable in the game of social change and fame and ESPECIALLY when the two are mixed.
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Its true... Just look at the yin yang system we live in. Its everywhere. In politics its republicans vs democrats. In people its male vs female. In sports you have the all star game east vs west. You see it in USA vs Russia, again east vs west.

Red vs blue if you choose you snooze and you lose.
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The 3rd choice is both! Harmony! Synthesis!
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Im going to State it plain and simple no reason that he get mad or upset you're f****** with Cain there's no rest for the wicked he walked around like a proud lion ready to devour you okay he has feet I told you he's a f****** a man now I seen what you did and I have to save him I have no choice because everybody already confessed already with their own lips they're living in Hell on this planet so do you know who the king of Heaven is do you know who Saturn is okay I have to take over your f****** planet because everybody saying they living in hell do you understand me because Jesus saves he don't slave okay you are getting in the way of a good thing so I think you need to step the f*** back because I have no choice I got to kill cains enemies I don't think you understand I mean the Homer Simpson you ain't f****** smart

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Its like having a conversation with a fucking rock.
Really sad it all came to this.
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The big test is: Can this be done in private? What percentage of people know who Linus Torvalds, Carlos Castaneda or Austin Osman Spare are? Less than 1% could recognize them. Yet the structures they build affected billions.

And that is the great gift. To live among people as a normal person.
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Great question. I don't think so. The Nobody has presently not revealed his face or name or age or location...but none the less is a "figurehead".

If and when he exposes himself to the masses, surely he will be scored and hated by many, but hatred is unavoidable in the game of social change and fame and ESPECIALLY when the two are mixed.
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That's what's so fun about the whole deal. Being an astral figurehead, but taking the bus to work like a normal dude.

Bill Murray said: "If you're looking to be rich and famous, try getting rich first, and see if that doesn't take care of it."

Are social change and fame really mixed? I ask myself, who built the Statue of Liberty, or coded the first Unix OS? I don't know... but these engineers changed the course of many people's lives. We don't even know who built the sodding pyramids.

The point is, fame *deprives* you of many freedoms. Better to be one of those behind the scenes movers. Famous people crave anonymity.

We will know, truly know, that the White Hats are in control when microfinance software goes global, and/or there's a sharp uptick in positivity in the news. Tree planting projects are a sign that the war is over. They're pragmatic and symbolic at the same time. You give work to tens of thousands of people, and chart a way forward for the planet.

As you know, we also have a chance to fully break the bonds of the Matrix. So it's a parallel initiative.

1) Open source software and youtube while we're stuck in physicality.

2) Dissolving the grid/cube to get some etheric breathing space.


Exciting times. Spring and summer will give the whole initiative an extra boost. I want to press this advantage as hard and fast as possible.
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Re: The nobody took the purple pill
Its like having a conversation with a fucking rock.
Really sad it all came to this.
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You were all upbeat the other month. What happened?
Daozen appears to be mentally impaired, but harmless.

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04/12/2021 11:44 PM
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Re: The nobody took the purple pill
Its like having a conversation with a fucking rock.
Really sad it all came to this.
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You were all upbeat the other month. What happened?
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I think you got the wrong guy..maybe i was drunk.
What happened? Life lost meaning..only me to blame.





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