There's a whole class of weird US court cases against inanimate objects:
United States v. Approximately 64,695 Pounds of Shark Fins
United States v One Solid Gold Object In The Form Of A Rooster
I decided to see what a neural net would make of them.
Would love to see these neural net generated court cases rendered by a real court artist.
@janellecshane Damn, I got lost there for a while reading https://qz.com/1002767/gold-price-why-the-us-government-once-sued-a-nevada-casino-over-a-14-pound-solid-gold-rooster/
(Still I'm curious why they sued the rooster not the owner)
@janellecshane My money's on the 512 otters
There are some serious Lovecraftian hallucinations in there...
if the Bone Servants are in court, that'd be a good day to skip court and go to the beach. or the mountains. anywhere but the court.
@janellecshane I almost died.
@janellecshane admiralty law
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