The tagging of 'jusst' - as with any act of tagging - broaches a space between the apparent and the virtual, creates an architecture - or, a narative virtual in the apparent - in which what is tagged as 'jusst' can reside.
What is apparent in the periphery of the tag is tagged as 'jusst' - the city block, the passing cars, pedestrians, the church across the street, Occam with the sign. From these that are apparent comes the vitural narative, the content of the tag. Though the content of the tag seems to be another apparent imposed upon the surrounding apparents - and, in a sense, it is - it acts to draw out those virtual elements, those naratives, inherent to the apparent.
While the apparent tag adheres, the content of the tag can be said to be that which inheres. And the content of the tag, though apparent itself does not impose anything which is not already virtually present in the surrounding apparent.
The tagger, and the content of the tag, does selectively draw out those naratives out of a wealth of the virtual naratives inherent to the apparent, but it is only in this sense of selectivity that the content of the tag can be said to impose upon the apparent.
What narative 'jusst' draws from the virtual is that of the encoded oblidgation of the street. City blocks, the street, the buildings that occur, all encode - that is, emotively, encourage - particular sets of motion, oblidge certain actions.
Although this virtual narative of oblidgation inheres in all these apparent tagged with 'jusst', it may be helpful to illustrate the particular example of the city block.
A town layout with city block of length x will oblidge cars, pedestrians, to travel length x before turning and thus, oblidge particular routes to popular destinations such as theatres, stores, places of work, homes. The routes to these locations, determined by where turns can be made, are determined by the actual locations of departure and arrival, but also by length x.
A town layout with city block of lenght 0.5x - while equally oblidging certain patterns of motion, certain activity - allows markedly more options for transportation, turning, and thus destinations. Having a broader range of oblidged turns, allows for a broader variable of routes and, thus, a broader variable of chance destinations. Taking a route allowed by city block of length 0.5x, but not allowed by city block of length x because one cannot drive thru an establishment with firm walls of stone, the city traveller is able to happen upon a greater variety of interim destinations.
In this then, the length of city blocks is felt as a king on the street.
City block of length 0.5x still inheres the virtual narative of encoded oblidgation, but this oblidgation is less readily enforced and thus, less readily felt.
This illustration is not to say that the narative of the length of city blocks is the only narative that Occam draws out in his tagging of 'jusst'. Rather, it is just one example of the activity of encoded oblidgation, the broad trend of which is virtually inherent to all apparents tagged with 'jusst'.