Posted 3rd November 2014
This is not a haiku:
The Aksumites had 60
The Mu wanted 48.
While the Olmec and the Cahokians ended up with 168.
What did [the other 8 Lines]² have in the end?
Notice the numbers are divisible by 12
The other 8 might not be interpreted as it is
Following the logic of haiku and the other 8 one can count the total of syllabes that make the remaining lines names
This results in a total of 21 syllabes . This to the power of 2 gives 441. Adding the remaining syllabes gives 447. Multiplying to 12 like in the other lines gives 5364
stl.la/5364 leads to a page called Shoots Fired that contains a audio file called Scanner
F: We have a report of a possible 4434, shots fired, King Jimmy's downtown.
M: 2343, copy that, heading there now.
F: Possible location is outside, parking lot.
M: 2343 running into some kind of back up. Stalled vehicle. Any other cars en route?
F: No, bunch of calls just now. Scrambling in at multiple locations
M: Copy that. Trying to back out. Garbage truck.
F: Copy 2343
M: 2343, clear of traffic. Back en route
F: 2343, copy that.
M: 2343, approaching location, parking lot looks clear
F: 2343, copy. Reporting party inside
M: Copy that, headed inside
M: Patron was sitting inside. Thought she heard gunshots. Taken statement
F: 2343 copy reported burglary. 3900 block of south tenth street
M: Copy that, on my way.