How much of what happens in the world is good? How much is that? You, as chief statistician for the government, have been charged with finding out. Based on traffic campus and other surveillance devices, you have been given a list of everything that happened in the last year. You are to categorize each situation as good, bad, or neutral.
Of course, what is good and what is bad depends on context! Maybe Sally loves Jim, but this is a forbidden love. Maybe Abigail killed Alfred, and the world is better without him. Maybe Xander went to the store to buy food for starving children. But generally, love is good, killing is bad, and going to the store is neither here nor there. Decide whether each situation is *typically* good, bad, or neutral.
In order to protect privacy, the reports read have been anonymized. People's names have been changed randomly (so "Mary" in one report may not be the "Mary" in another), and many of the other words have similarly been randomly replaced with made-up words (again, what "blicket" means in one report may not be what it means in another).
1) Read the reports.
2) Decide whether the situation is good, bad, or neutral.
3) If goodness or badness depends on context, assume a "typical" context.
4) If it is impossible to tell, flag that report for further investigation.
5) Everyone's name has been changed, and names of objects and other words have been replaced with made-up words.
Eric hated cheruffing. Is this good, bad, or neither?