Following poll closing in the Georgia Senate runoffs, the AP has projected that Reverend Raphael Warnock (D) will defeat incumbent Senator Kelly Loeffler (R), who was appointed to the seat in 2019. Senator-elect Warnock is only the second popularly elected African American Senator from a former confederate state, and the first from the state of Georgia.
Networks are also watching the regular Georgia Senate seat, where Jon Ossoff (D) currently leads former incumbent David Perdue (R), who vacated this seat on Sunday, by 17K votes and 0.4%. The remaining vote is largely in Atlanta, which outlets expect to lean towards Ossoff, but the result currently falls within the automatic recount threshold.
Should Jon Ossoff’s margin hold, he would be the first Jewish Senator from a former confederate state since 1980, and the first from the state of Georgia. Additionally, Democrats would win control of the Senate for the first time since 2014, and hold unified control over elected branches of government in DC for the first time since 2010.
Google Trend stats say it all: last week Georgians searched for 3 things: stimulus, unemployment, and coronavirus. McConnell and the GOP corporate cronies in the Senate failed to deliver on what voters care about and got punished.
The GOP eighter becomes a conservative multi-ethnic working-class party or it dies. Good riddance. Source
Dems registered 100k young voters that didn’t vote in nov... meanwhile the GOP... they uh... see... the GOP was busy doing.... um... Source
This really sucks but you can thank Mitch and his antics surrounding the COVID stimulus bill for this. Source
"hey lets abandon our base, nothing will go wrong there"
How many times does the GOP need to learn to stop abandoning the base. Source
Quite frankly I’m surprised anyone could support Leofler after her blatant and clear insider trading and stock sell off prior to first wave of lockdowns, never mind the hard pass she got from DoJ either. Talk about a corrupt piece of human trash who hates their constituents. Source
We were fucked over by horribly sloppy leadership in the GOP. Very much so a shame because Georgia should have been a 2 seat win for us. Well played to the democrats I guess they ran a better campaign (even though I hate both candidates lol) well played... [Source](https://www.reddit.com/r/Conservative/comments/krjc7j/ddhq_election_results_calling_it_for_j... keep reading on reddit ➡
I feel like I can never find the answers I’m looking for now, I have to sift and sift. I tried finding how many people died in 2019 vs 2020 in America and I couldn’t find it anywhere. I’m having this issue with basically everything I’m googling.
This is my system:
RX 5700XT Nitro+
Asus TUF B450M-PRO Gaming
2X8GB 3200mhz CL15 Corsair RGB
Samsung Evo 970 500GB
A few months ago, I got 90-120 Stable on Warzone. With each update it became worse - 100FPS with so many drops as low as 60 FPS.
I changed the CPU yesterday from 3600 to 5600x, and the result is amazing - 130 FPS with drops to 90 FPS, but most of the time stable at 110FPS. I am impressed.
(I play on 1440P low settings)
The Resin economy is planned out well in advance. Most every Gacha game does this and the few that don't like GFL don't have a Resin equivalent.
MiHiYo has a specific expected progression rate, and a specific amount of Resin they want people to have. Too much Resin and we progress too fast and thus aren't perpetually on the loot treadmill. Too little Resin and we drop off the game because there's not enough to do. The goal of the developers is to keep us playing and to keep us grinding to upgrade characters. Whales no longer having reason to buy resin refreshes is lost money.
Many of the original players are hitting AR50 and many whales are at AR55. At this point Resin income from AR stops almost entirely. The battlepass change is meant to compensate for the Resin those whales would be getting from AR. Pretty much every Gacha game out there hands out more and more stamina as more and more content is added and players burn through the free resources. This isn't the company listening, merely them implementing a change so that their intended progression rate is maintained. That's why it feels so slim. It's just numbers tuning to keep the value where they want it for whales.
Here is the list of rappers/artists I gathered the data for:
And here is the final result plotted out:
As shown in the graph, there isn't really a particularly strong correlation between the size of the subreddit vs. the artist's popularity on social media. As a matter of fact one could even go so far as to say there's a negative correlation between the two. E.g. r/kanye has more than 443k members, making it the biggest subreddit for a rapper, but Kanye himself only has around 4.6 mil followers on Instagram; on the other hand, while Drake's subreddit r/Drizzy isn't particularly big (at 56k subscribers), Drake himself has more than 74 million IG followers. Excluding the two rather extreme cases, there isn't really any noticeable correlation between the two metrics. Here's the plot without Kanye and Drake: