Hard Factor 2/18: Hoodlums Vandalized Plymouth Rock, One Lawyer Stays on Coronavirus Ship, New Travis Scott Song Written by Artificial Intelligence

On Today's Episode of Hard Factor...

-The Coronavirus continues to grow exponentially with 71,000 infected worldwide and 1,775 reported deaths. At least that's according to the Chinese government... so totally accurate and reasonable numbers that we can trust. Amongst the more interesting Coronavirus related stories, one American lawyer named Matthew Smith who has been stranded on the on the Corona-infested Diamond Princess Cruise Ship for the last ----- days has become a little too comfortable with his situation. It seems he may have fully committed to a life at sea. Smith has refused to leave the ship with his fellow Americans and is really making the most of it (see below).

-A gang of degenerates in Massachusetts finally showed their high school civics teacher who the real idiot is by vandalizing the historical landmark Plymouth Rock with illegible works written in red spray paint. 

-An unearthed interview with old white guy and Democratic Presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg continues to demonstrate that he's a weirdo-racist. In a 2011 sit down with PBS News Bloomberg said: 

“There's this enormous cohort of black and Latino males, age, let’s say, 16 to 25 that don't have jobs, don't have any prospects, don't know how to find jobs, don't know what their skill sets are, don't know how to behave in the workplace where they have to work collaboratively and collectively.”

Cool Mike. It's easy to get worked up when Bloomberg says such overtly racist shit, but every time I find myself getting angry I just watch this video of the then Mayor of New York doing his rendition of "Under The Sea" and I find my calm.

-Some artificial intelligence company called Space150 spent two weeks feeding Travis Scott lyrics into a neural net and created a "TravisBott" who goes by Jack Park Canny Dope Man. Not only is the name of their artificial rapper extremely token, so is the Travis-Scott-style song it wrote and recorded all by its robot self . Goodbye music. Goodbye art. Hello Cyberdyne Systems.



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