“And as the last drop of blood fell to the Earth,” it is written, “Josiah declared the man finally worthy of entering the city [of Jerusalem].” Let this melt in your mind, not in the sand, for truer words have never been more potent. The scent of a fresh cut flower for the Mayor of a small town. The tipping of scales, one side gold, the other brisket. Tears shed for a dowry just not quite there yet. Leather bound suede. Argentinian cafes swarming with men of high stature exchanging pesos. Uranium coated credit cards with astronomical interest rates. A man who slays dragons while making an omelet. Every day, we see it in many shapes, sizes, creeds, credence, and clear waters. Let Minutiæ show it to you with articles, journalistic exploits, exquisite art and magnificent colors in Worth.