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."

vice.com/en_us/article/ep435n/

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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Julian Assange's extradition hearings are frankly terrifying, and if you care about the free press, you should be worried, irrespective of whether you like Assange or Wikileaks. As the old saying goes, "Hard cases make bad law."

The Trump DoJ indictment goes somewhere that no other president has dared to go: criminally charging a publisher for their role in the publication of classified docs, something that press outlets do regularly.

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There's a new Gangstagrass album: No Time for Enemies is vintage Gangstagrass, blending country and hiphop to make something that is both recognizably connected to both but fundamentally different from either.

gangstagrass.com/ntfe

If a country/hiphop band sounds like a contradiction in terms, consider the history of both Black and country music, which are intimately related to the history of broadcasting and recording.

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Some stories are so vast and ghastly that they overwhelm our consciousness, beggaring our ability to hold them in our heads all at once. This is one of them, and it involves Chevron and what amounts to genocide, where the only person headed to jail is the victims' lawyer.

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I don't understand smokers that hang their cigarettes outside their cars or only smoke outdoors to protect their interiors. If you don't want to smell it, then what makes you think the rest of the world does!

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