@stupidgenius They're bringing it out shortly - in the meantime, it's a static web-page that you can read in browser or save as PDF.
If the police do the oracle's bidding and patrol the places they're told to patrol & stop the people they're told to stop then yup, they will validate the prediction. Like all oracles, predictive policing only works when its self-fulfilling prophecy.
That is the perennial wickedness of fortune-telling, and 'twas ever thus, which is why Dante cursed fortune-tellers to have their heads twisted 180' and left them to weep into their ass-cracks forever as they slogged through molten shit.
Smart sex-toys are a terrible idea, notwithstanding the ways that they work for certain kinks (to say nothing of sex workers, who can charge for access to them during livestreams).
It's just the combining the intrinsically terrible security of IoT with the inherently sensitive nature of sex-toy use and the unavoidable risk of network interfaces for servos and motors on your junk makes this a big old nope.
So for anyone who wasn't following, Google pressured a bunch of #fediverse app developers to do an impossible thing and in the end they had to delete their app off the Play Store
Here is a good synopsis by @SubwayTooter
"If you want to view paradise, simply look around and view it."
Civvl is a gig economy company that pays you to evict people. They're running nationwide recruiting ads.
"SINCE COVID-19 MANY AMERICANS FELL BEHIND IN ALL ASPECTS: Be hired as eviction crew."
The company boasts "flexible hours," the chance to "be your own boss," opportunities for "self-motivated individuals with positive attitudes" and claims it is the "FASTEST GROWING MONEY MAKING GIG DUE TO COVID-19."
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