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  • BlissfulkillBlissfulkill
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    Man, I was TDOed for 5 hours last night. -_- Google's algorithms labelled my personal emails as "threatening".

    I mean, they were between me and a friend discussing myself in a much darker time in my life, so all's fair. The FBI got involve. I was certainly lucky that I was not involuntarily committed to a mental hospital, but I am beginning to question if I am too "yandere".

    TDO=Temporary Detention Order (Police can hold you for 72 hours (Three Days) if they suspect harm is coming to you or others.)

    School is destroying your mind isn't it?

    ...I am just really lonely and threw a fit regarding testing accommodations and the process. I have to fight a grade reversal case in December due to this.
    School is destroying your mind isn't it?

    I still shudder at the mere thought of those 5-10 year old outdated textbooks.

    As if. 5-10-year-old outdated textbooks would be cheap. No, better to buy the 25th edition of the textbook where they simply change the problem numbers, and then sell it at $450 despite the 15th edition being the same at $85.
    KensamaofmariWolfsinger
  • KensamaofmariKensamaofmari
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    Posts: 7,898
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    Bliss, your life story is starting to sound like something you'd write in a diary, and promptly burn that diary in the hopes that no one reads it.
    And Google's algorithms can do that? And they held you with no prior records to support such suspicions?
    A very unlikely story, but maybe consider that therapy session. Just in case.

    Google also has an algorithm to scan images to detect actual child pornography within Gmail. No humans needed. Words are even easier than outright image scanning. It is likely a mixture of terms and the frequency of usage, alongside other trigger words, such as the name of certain universities, or mentioning "backpacks" and "pressure cookers" in the same sentence.

    https://www.telegraph.co.uk/technology/news/11012008/Paedophile-snared-as-Google-scans-Gmail-for-images-of-child-abuse.html

    It was actually concerning thoughts and such regarding rather unpleasant topics beyond the scope of your everyday homicide. The FBI phoned my friend I was corresponding with, but yes, Google is scanning your emails for keywords. They will then alert the authorities, who will give you a psychiatric evaluation just in case. Much of it seems to do with terrorism and mass murder.

    ...I am not a very calm person.

    They were awfully nice and courteous and waited for my class to end before cuffing me. Though Google does not seem to read the emails, so I had to explain the last two years of my life before they let me go, requesting a follow-up. The FBI phoned my friend, while I was paid a visit by the police.

    I also have a bit of a history with the local behavioural health community, so it is not entirely unprecedented.

    It seems that you handled the situation with a clear state of mind though. Which is a good thing for both you and them.
  • Darkpixie99Darkpixie99
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    edited October 1, 2019
    Bliss, your life story is starting to sound like something you'd write in a diary, and promptly burn that diary in the hopes that no one reads it.
    And Google's algorithms can do that? And they held you with no prior records to support such suspicions?
    A very unlikely story, but maybe consider that therapy session. Just in case.

    Google also has an algorithm to scan images to detect actual child pornography within Gmail. No humans needed. Words are even easier than outright image scanning. It is likely a mixture of terms and the frequency of usage, alongside other trigger words, such as the name of certain universities, or mentioning "backpacks" and "pressure cookers" in the same sentence.

    https://www.telegraph.co.uk/technology/news/11012008/Paedophile-snared-as-Google-scans-Gmail-for-images-of-child-abuse.html

    It was actually concerning thoughts and such regarding rather unpleasant topics beyond the scope of your everyday homicide. The FBI phoned my friend I was corresponding with, but yes, Google is scanning your emails for keywords. They will then alert the authorities, who will give you a psychiatric evaluation just in case. Much of it seems to do with terrorism and mass murder.

    ...I am not a very calm person when it comes to my little sisters.

    They were awfully nice and courteous and waited for my class to end before cuffing me. Though Google does not seem to read the emails, so I had to explain the last two years of my life before they let me go, requesting a follow-up. The FBI phoned my friend, while I was paid a visit by the police.

    I also have a bit of a history with the local behavioural health community, so it is not entirely unprecedented.

    Alternative schools are always better at handling behavioral health, and are more capable of understanding the signs or mental symptoms than standard schools. (Such as Autism, Asperger's, Bipolar, ect.)
    Though I doubt if your local area would have a school with teachers licensed for special education, and I don't know if you'd qualify for that.
    I hope you didn't hurt the poor lads too much with your life story.
    Just remember to not say your life's history on cellular or email next time, and try thinking up a good pen name if you ever want to sell it in a novel.

  • BlissfulkillBlissfulkill
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    Bliss, your life story is starting to sound like something you'd write in a diary, and promptly burn that diary in the hopes that no one reads it.
    And Google's algorithms can do that? And they held you with no prior records to support such suspicions?
    A very unlikely story, but maybe consider that therapy session. Just in case.

    Google also has an algorithm to scan images to detect actual child pornography within Gmail. No humans needed. Words are even easier than outright image scanning. It is likely a mixture of terms and the frequency of usage, alongside other trigger words, such as the name of certain universities, or mentioning "backpacks" and "pressure cookers" in the same sentence.

    https://www.telegraph.co.uk/technology/news/11012008/Paedophile-snared-as-Google-scans-Gmail-for-images-of-child-abuse.html

    It was actually concerning thoughts and such regarding rather unpleasant topics beyond the scope of your everyday homicide. The FBI phoned my friend I was corresponding with, but yes, Google is scanning your emails for keywords. They will then alert the authorities, who will give you a psychiatric evaluation just in case. Much of it seems to do with terrorism and mass murder.

    ...I am not a very calm person when it comes to my little sisters.

    They were awfully nice and courteous and waited for my class to end before cuffing me. Though Google does not seem to read the emails, so I had to explain the last two years of my life before they let me go, requesting a follow-up. The FBI phoned my friend, while I was paid a visit by the police.

    I also have a bit of a history with the local behavioural health community, so it is not entirely unprecedented.

    Alternative schools are always better at handling behavioral health, and are more capable of understanding the signs or mental symptoms than standard schools. (Such as Autism, Asperger's, Bipolar, ect.)
    Though I doubt if your local area would have a school with teachers licensed for special education, and I don't know if you'd qualify for that.
    I hope you didn't hurt the poor lads too much with your life story.
    Just remember to not say your life's history on cellular or email next time, and try thinking up a good pen name if you ever want to sell it in a novel.

    ...

    I am 23 and I go to college. Did my selfie make me look THAT YOUNG?!
  • KensamaofmariKensamaofmari
    Mabinogi Rep: 34,685
    Posts: 7,898
    Member
    Bliss, your life story is starting to sound like something you'd write in a diary, and promptly burn that diary in the hopes that no one reads it.
    And Google's algorithms can do that? And they held you with no prior records to support such suspicions?
    A very unlikely story, but maybe consider that therapy session. Just in case.

    Google also has an algorithm to scan images to detect actual child pornography within Gmail. No humans needed. Words are even easier than outright image scanning. It is likely a mixture of terms and the frequency of usage, alongside other trigger words, such as the name of certain universities, or mentioning "backpacks" and "pressure cookers" in the same sentence.

    https://www.telegraph.co.uk/technology/news/11012008/Paedophile-snared-as-Google-scans-Gmail-for-images-of-child-abuse.html

    It was actually concerning thoughts and such regarding rather unpleasant topics beyond the scope of your everyday homicide. The FBI phoned my friend I was corresponding with, but yes, Google is scanning your emails for keywords. They will then alert the authorities, who will give you a psychiatric evaluation just in case. Much of it seems to do with terrorism and mass murder.

    ...I am not a very calm person when it comes to my little sisters.

    They were awfully nice and courteous and waited for my class to end before cuffing me. Though Google does not seem to read the emails, so I had to explain the last two years of my life before they let me go, requesting a follow-up. The FBI phoned my friend, while I was paid a visit by the police.

    I also have a bit of a history with the local behavioural health community, so it is not entirely unprecedented.

    Alternative schools are always better at handling behavioral health, and are more capable of understanding the signs or mental symptoms than standard schools. (Such as Autism, Asperger's, Bipolar, ect.)
    Though I doubt if your local area would have a school with teachers licensed for special education, and I don't know if you'd qualify for that.
    I hope you didn't hurt the poor lads too much with your life story.
    Just remember to not say your life's history on cellular or email next time, and try thinking up a good pen name if you ever want to sell it in a novel.

    ...

    I am 23 and I go to college. Did my selfie make me look THAT YOUNG?!

    Maybe because you live life with bliss.
    Darkpixie99Wolfsinger
  • HelsaHelsa
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    Member
    Bliss, your life story is starting to sound like something you'd write in a diary, and promptly burn that diary in the hopes that no one reads it.
    And Google's algorithms can do that? And they held you with no prior records to support such suspicions?
    A very unlikely story, but maybe consider that therapy session. Just in case.

    Google also has an algorithm to scan images to detect actual child pornography within Gmail. No humans needed. Words are even easier than outright image scanning. It is likely a mixture of terms and the frequency of usage, alongside other trigger words, such as the name of certain universities, or mentioning "backpacks" and "pressure cookers" in the same sentence.

    https://www.telegraph.co.uk/technology/news/11012008/Paedophile-snared-as-Google-scans-Gmail-for-images-of-child-abuse.html

    It was actually concerning thoughts and such regarding rather unpleasant topics beyond the scope of your everyday homicide. The FBI phoned my friend I was corresponding with, but yes, Google is scanning your emails for keywords. They will then alert the authorities, who will give you a psychiatric evaluation just in case. Much of it seems to do with terrorism and mass murder.

    ...I am not a very calm person when it comes to my little sisters.

    They were awfully nice and courteous and waited for my class to end before cuffing me. Though Google does not seem to read the emails, so I had to explain the last two years of my life before they let me go, requesting a follow-up. The FBI phoned my friend, while I was paid a visit by the police.

    I also have a bit of a history with the local behavioural health community, so it is not entirely unprecedented.

    Alternative schools are always better at handling behavioral health, and are more capable of understanding the signs or mental symptoms than standard schools. (Such as Autism, Asperger's, Bipolar, ect.)
    Though I doubt if your local area would have a school with teachers licensed for special education, and I don't know if you'd qualify for that.
    I hope you didn't hurt the poor lads too much with your life story.
    Just remember to not say your life's history on cellular or email next time, and try thinking up a good pen name if you ever want to sell it in a novel.

    ...

    I am 23 and I go to college. Did my selfie make me look THAT YOUNG?!

    We asians all look 10 years younger than we are. <sarcasm>Such an awful curse but we do our best to get by.</sarcasm>
  • KensamaofmariKensamaofmari
    Mabinogi Rep: 34,685
    Posts: 7,898
    Member
    Helsa wrote: »
    Bliss, your life story is starting to sound like something you'd write in a diary, and promptly burn that diary in the hopes that no one reads it.
    And Google's algorithms can do that? And they held you with no prior records to support such suspicions?
    A very unlikely story, but maybe consider that therapy session. Just in case.

    Google also has an algorithm to scan images to detect actual child pornography within Gmail. No humans needed. Words are even easier than outright image scanning. It is likely a mixture of terms and the frequency of usage, alongside other trigger words, such as the name of certain universities, or mentioning "backpacks" and "pressure cookers" in the same sentence.

    https://www.telegraph.co.uk/technology/news/11012008/Paedophile-snared-as-Google-scans-Gmail-for-images-of-child-abuse.html

    It was actually concerning thoughts and such regarding rather unpleasant topics beyond the scope of your everyday homicide. The FBI phoned my friend I was corresponding with, but yes, Google is scanning your emails for keywords. They will then alert the authorities, who will give you a psychiatric evaluation just in case. Much of it seems to do with terrorism and mass murder.

    ...I am not a very calm person when it comes to my little sisters.

    They were awfully nice and courteous and waited for my class to end before cuffing me. Though Google does not seem to read the emails, so I had to explain the last two years of my life before they let me go, requesting a follow-up. The FBI phoned my friend, while I was paid a visit by the police.

    I also have a bit of a history with the local behavioural health community, so it is not entirely unprecedented.

    Alternative schools are always better at handling behavioral health, and are more capable of understanding the signs or mental symptoms than standard schools. (Such as Autism, Asperger's, Bipolar, ect.)
    Though I doubt if your local area would have a school with teachers licensed for special education, and I don't know if you'd qualify for that.
    I hope you didn't hurt the poor lads too much with your life story.
    Just remember to not say your life's history on cellular or email next time, and try thinking up a good pen name if you ever want to sell it in a novel.

    ...

    I am 23 and I go to college. Did my selfie make me look THAT YOUNG?!

    We asians all look 10 years younger than we are. <sarcasm>Such an awful curse but we do our best to get by.</sarcasm>

    Stop being old!
    Darkpixie99
  • WolfsingerWolfsinger
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    Posts: 1,362
    Member
    Helsa wrote: »
    Bliss, your life story is starting to sound like something you'd write in a diary, and promptly burn that diary in the hopes that no one reads it.
    And Google's algorithms can do that? And they held you with no prior records to support such suspicions?
    A very unlikely story, but maybe consider that therapy session. Just in case.

    Google also has an algorithm to scan images to detect actual child pornography within Gmail. No humans needed. Words are even easier than outright image scanning. It is likely a mixture of terms and the frequency of usage, alongside other trigger words, such as the name of certain universities, or mentioning "backpacks" and "pressure cookers" in the same sentence.

    https://www.telegraph.co.uk/technology/news/11012008/Paedophile-snared-as-Google-scans-Gmail-for-images-of-child-abuse.html

    It was actually concerning thoughts and such regarding rather unpleasant topics beyond the scope of your everyday homicide. The FBI phoned my friend I was corresponding with, but yes, Google is scanning your emails for keywords. They will then alert the authorities, who will give you a psychiatric evaluation just in case. Much of it seems to do with terrorism and mass murder.

    ...I am not a very calm person when it comes to my little sisters.

    They were awfully nice and courteous and waited for my class to end before cuffing me. Though Google does not seem to read the emails, so I had to explain the last two years of my life before they let me go, requesting a follow-up. The FBI phoned my friend, while I was paid a visit by the police.

    I also have a bit of a history with the local behavioural health community, so it is not entirely unprecedented.

    Alternative schools are always better at handling behavioral health, and are more capable of understanding the signs or mental symptoms than standard schools. (Such as Autism, Asperger's, Bipolar, ect.)
    Though I doubt if your local area would have a school with teachers licensed for special education, and I don't know if you'd qualify for that.
    I hope you didn't hurt the poor lads too much with your life story.
    Just remember to not say your life's history on cellular or email next time, and try thinking up a good pen name if you ever want to sell it in a novel.

    ...

    I am 23 and I go to college. Did my selfie make me look THAT YOUNG?!

    We asians all look 10 years younger than we are. <sarcasm>Such an awful curse but we do our best to get by.</sarcasm>

    Stop being old!

    I wish it was that simple
    Kensamaofmari
  • HelsaHelsa
    Mabinogi Rep: 21,860
    Posts: 5,087
    Member
    Wolfsinger wrote: »
    Helsa wrote: »
    Bliss, your life story is starting to sound like something you'd write in a diary, and promptly burn that diary in the hopes that no one reads it.
    And Google's algorithms can do that? And they held you with no prior records to support such suspicions?
    A very unlikely story, but maybe consider that therapy session. Just in case.

    Google also has an algorithm to scan images to detect actual child pornography within Gmail. No humans needed. Words are even easier than outright image scanning. It is likely a mixture of terms and the frequency of usage, alongside other trigger words, such as the name of certain universities, or mentioning "backpacks" and "pressure cookers" in the same sentence.

    https://www.telegraph.co.uk/technology/news/11012008/Paedophile-snared-as-Google-scans-Gmail-for-images-of-child-abuse.html

    It was actually concerning thoughts and such regarding rather unpleasant topics beyond the scope of your everyday homicide. The FBI phoned my friend I was corresponding with, but yes, Google is scanning your emails for keywords. They will then alert the authorities, who will give you a psychiatric evaluation just in case. Much of it seems to do with terrorism and mass murder.

    ...I am not a very calm person when it comes to my little sisters.

    They were awfully nice and courteous and waited for my class to end before cuffing me. Though Google does not seem to read the emails, so I had to explain the last two years of my life before they let me go, requesting a follow-up. The FBI phoned my friend, while I was paid a visit by the police.

    I also have a bit of a history with the local behavioural health community, so it is not entirely unprecedented.

    Alternative schools are always better at handling behavioral health, and are more capable of understanding the signs or mental symptoms than standard schools. (Such as Autism, Asperger's, Bipolar, ect.)
    Though I doubt if your local area would have a school with teachers licensed for special education, and I don't know if you'd qualify for that.
    I hope you didn't hurt the poor lads too much with your life story.
    Just remember to not say your life's history on cellular or email next time, and try thinking up a good pen name if you ever want to sell it in a novel.

    ...

    I am 23 and I go to college. Did my selfie make me look THAT YOUNG?!

    We asians all look 10 years younger than we are. <sarcasm>Such an awful curse but we do our best to get by.</sarcasm>

    Stop being old!

    I wish it was that simple

    Oh please, if literature has taught us anything it is that anything you want can be had at the cost of one measley soul.
  • BlissfulkillBlissfulkill
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    Posts: 2,792
    Member
    Helsa wrote: »
    Bliss, your life story is starting to sound like something you'd write in a diary, and promptly burn that diary in the hopes that no one reads it.
    And Google's algorithms can do that? And they held you with no prior records to support such suspicions?
    A very unlikely story, but maybe consider that therapy session. Just in case.

    Google also has an algorithm to scan images to detect actual child pornography within Gmail. No humans needed. Words are even easier than outright image scanning. It is likely a mixture of terms and the frequency of usage, alongside other trigger words, such as the name of certain universities, or mentioning "backpacks" and "pressure cookers" in the same sentence.

    https://www.telegraph.co.uk/technology/news/11012008/Paedophile-snared-as-Google-scans-Gmail-for-images-of-child-abuse.html

    It was actually concerning thoughts and such regarding rather unpleasant topics beyond the scope of your everyday homicide. The FBI phoned my friend I was corresponding with, but yes, Google is scanning your emails for keywords. They will then alert the authorities, who will give you a psychiatric evaluation just in case. Much of it seems to do with terrorism and mass murder.

    ...I am not a very calm person when it comes to my little sisters.

    They were awfully nice and courteous and waited for my class to end before cuffing me. Though Google does not seem to read the emails, so I had to explain the last two years of my life before they let me go, requesting a follow-up. The FBI phoned my friend, while I was paid a visit by the police.

    I also have a bit of a history with the local behavioural health community, so it is not entirely unprecedented.

    Alternative schools are always better at handling behavioral health, and are more capable of understanding the signs or mental symptoms than standard schools. (Such as Autism, Asperger's, Bipolar, ect.)
    Though I doubt if your local area would have a school with teachers licensed for special education, and I don't know if you'd qualify for that.
    I hope you didn't hurt the poor lads too much with your life story.
    Just remember to not say your life's history on cellular or email next time, and try thinking up a good pen name if you ever want to sell it in a novel.

    ...

    I am 23 and I go to college. Did my selfie make me look THAT YOUNG?!

    We asians all look 10 years younger than we are. <sarcasm>Such an awful curse but we do our best to get by.</sarcasm>

    You know, cone to think of it, I do look the same as I did in middle school. I am just taller and sexier.
    Darkpixie99
  • KensamaofmariKensamaofmari
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    Member
    Helsa wrote: »
    Wolfsinger wrote: »
    Helsa wrote: »
    Bliss, your life story is starting to sound like something you'd write in a diary, and promptly burn that diary in the hopes that no one reads it.
    And Google's algorithms can do that? And they held you with no prior records to support such suspicions?
    A very unlikely story, but maybe consider that therapy session. Just in case.

    Google also has an algorithm to scan images to detect actual child pornography within Gmail. No humans needed. Words are even easier than outright image scanning. It is likely a mixture of terms and the frequency of usage, alongside other trigger words, such as the name of certain universities, or mentioning "backpacks" and "pressure cookers" in the same sentence.

    https://www.telegraph.co.uk/technology/news/11012008/Paedophile-snared-as-Google-scans-Gmail-for-images-of-child-abuse.html

    It was actually concerning thoughts and such regarding rather unpleasant topics beyond the scope of your everyday homicide. The FBI phoned my friend I was corresponding with, but yes, Google is scanning your emails for keywords. They will then alert the authorities, who will give you a psychiatric evaluation just in case. Much of it seems to do with terrorism and mass murder.

    ...I am not a very calm person when it comes to my little sisters.

    They were awfully nice and courteous and waited for my class to end before cuffing me. Though Google does not seem to read the emails, so I had to explain the last two years of my life before they let me go, requesting a follow-up. The FBI phoned my friend, while I was paid a visit by the police.

    I also have a bit of a history with the local behavioural health community, so it is not entirely unprecedented.

    Alternative schools are always better at handling behavioral health, and are more capable of understanding the signs or mental symptoms than standard schools. (Such as Autism, Asperger's, Bipolar, ect.)
    Though I doubt if your local area would have a school with teachers licensed for special education, and I don't know if you'd qualify for that.
    I hope you didn't hurt the poor lads too much with your life story.
    Just remember to not say your life's history on cellular or email next time, and try thinking up a good pen name if you ever want to sell it in a novel.

    ...

    I am 23 and I go to college. Did my selfie make me look THAT YOUNG?!

    We asians all look 10 years younger than we are. <sarcasm>Such an awful curse but we do our best to get by.</sarcasm>

    Stop being old!

    I wish it was that simple

    Oh please, if literature has taught us anything it is that anything you want can be had at the cost of one measley soul.

    Ursula-Lady-Gaga.jpg
  • WolfsingerWolfsinger
    Mabinogi Rep: 5,765
    Posts: 1,362
    Member
    edited October 3, 2019
    Helsa wrote: »
    Wolfsinger wrote: »
    Helsa wrote: »
    Bliss, your life story is starting to sound like something you'd write in a diary, and promptly burn that diary in the hopes that no one reads it.
    And Google's algorithms can do that? And they held you with no prior records to support such suspicions?
    A very unlikely story, but maybe consider that therapy session. Just in case.

    Google also has an algorithm to scan images to detect actual child pornography within Gmail. No humans needed. Words are even easier than outright image scanning. It is likely a mixture of terms and the frequency of usage, alongside other trigger words, such as the name of certain universities, or mentioning "backpacks" and "pressure cookers" in the same sentence.

    https://www.telegraph.co.uk/technology/news/11012008/Paedophile-snared-as-Google-scans-Gmail-for-images-of-child-abuse.html

    It was actually concerning thoughts and such regarding rather unpleasant topics beyond the scope of your everyday homicide. The FBI phoned my friend I was corresponding with, but yes, Google is scanning your emails for keywords. They will then alert the authorities, who will give you a psychiatric evaluation just in case. Much of it seems to do with terrorism and mass murder.

    ...I am not a very calm person when it comes to my little sisters.

    They were awfully nice and courteous and waited for my class to end before cuffing me. Though Google does not seem to read the emails, so I had to explain the last two years of my life before they let me go, requesting a follow-up. The FBI phoned my friend, while I was paid a visit by the police.

    I also have a bit of a history with the local behavioural health community, so it is not entirely unprecedented.

    Alternative schools are always better at handling behavioral health, and are more capable of understanding the signs or mental symptoms than standard schools. (Such as Autism, Asperger's, Bipolar, ect.)
    Though I doubt if your local area would have a school with teachers licensed for special education, and I don't know if you'd qualify for that.
    I hope you didn't hurt the poor lads too much with your life story.
    Just remember to not say your life's history on cellular or email next time, and try thinking up a good pen name if you ever want to sell it in a novel.

    ...

    I am 23 and I go to college. Did my selfie make me look THAT YOUNG?!

    We asians all look 10 years younger than we are. <sarcasm>Such an awful curse but we do our best to get by.</sarcasm>

    Stop being old!

    I wish it was that simple

    Oh please, if literature has taught us anything it is that anything you want can be had at the cost of one measley soul.

    Ursula-Lady-Gaga.jpg

    Gosh dangit Ken you beat me to it XD
    Kensamaofmari
  • KensamaofmariKensamaofmari
    Mabinogi Rep: 34,685
    Posts: 7,898
    Member
    Wolfsinger wrote: »
    Helsa wrote: »
    Wolfsinger wrote: »
    Helsa wrote: »
    Bliss, your life story is starting to sound like something you'd write in a diary, and promptly burn that diary in the hopes that no one reads it.
    And Google's algorithms can do that? And they held you with no prior records to support such suspicions?
    A very unlikely story, but maybe consider that therapy session. Just in case.

    Google also has an algorithm to scan images to detect actual child pornography within Gmail. No humans needed. Words are even easier than outright image scanning. It is likely a mixture of terms and the frequency of usage, alongside other trigger words, such as the name of certain universities, or mentioning "backpacks" and "pressure cookers" in the same sentence.

    https://www.telegraph.co.uk/technology/news/11012008/Paedophile-snared-as-Google-scans-Gmail-for-images-of-child-abuse.html

    It was actually concerning thoughts and such regarding rather unpleasant topics beyond the scope of your everyday homicide. The FBI phoned my friend I was corresponding with, but yes, Google is scanning your emails for keywords. They will then alert the authorities, who will give you a psychiatric evaluation just in case. Much of it seems to do with terrorism and mass murder.

    ...I am not a very calm person when it comes to my little sisters.

    They were awfully nice and courteous and waited for my class to end before cuffing me. Though Google does not seem to read the emails, so I had to explain the last two years of my life before they let me go, requesting a follow-up. The FBI phoned my friend, while I was paid a visit by the police.

    I also have a bit of a history with the local behavioural health community, so it is not entirely unprecedented.

    Alternative schools are always better at handling behavioral health, and are more capable of understanding the signs or mental symptoms than standard schools. (Such as Autism, Asperger's, Bipolar, ect.)
    Though I doubt if your local area would have a school with teachers licensed for special education, and I don't know if you'd qualify for that.
    I hope you didn't hurt the poor lads too much with your life story.
    Just remember to not say your life's history on cellular or email next time, and try thinking up a good pen name if you ever want to sell it in a novel.

    ...

    I am 23 and I go to college. Did my selfie make me look THAT YOUNG?!

    We asians all look 10 years younger than we are. <sarcasm>Such an awful curse but we do our best to get by.</sarcasm>

    Stop being old!

    I wish it was that simple

    Oh please, if literature has taught us anything it is that anything you want can be had at the cost of one measley soul.

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    Gosh dangit Ken you beat me to it XD

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    Some never grow old . . .

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    Helsa wrote: »
    Some never grow old . . .

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    Or never got the chance to
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    Well that's a grim thing to see in the morning XD
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    Wolfsinger wrote: »
    Well that's a grim thing to see in the morning XD

    Technically, it was Gorey. :J
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    Politics and video games never mix...
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    Politics and video games never mix...

    People and American politicians slamming Blizzard and the NBA this week. People are dumb. Businesses try to stay neutral in broader politics as they don't want to hurt their markets. I see no reason why Blizzard can't ban the player and the NBA issue a statement on their stance over their issue.

    People of the 21st century are too easily manipulated from what is right and what is wrong. Their stubbornness and the acceptance of faulty logic is what causes all these conflicts around the world.
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    edited October 9, 2019
    Politics and video games never mix...

    People and American politicians slamming Blizzard and the NBA this week. People are dumb. Businesses try to stay neutral in broader politics as they don't want to hurt their markets. I see no reason why Blizzard can't ban the player and the NBA issue a statement on their stance over their issue.

    People of the 21st century are too easily manipulated from what is right and what is wrong. Their stubbornness and the acceptance of faulty logic is what causes all these conflicts around the world.

    Honestly, the best way to handle that situation is to cut to commercial, claim a technical error, then cut off the feed.
    Then you quietly fire him a few days or a week later, and no one can question it.
    But yes, they said he broke the terms of his agreement or whatever.