axolotl_peyotl was a far right, extreme pro-Trump, anti-vaxx, anti-Semitic moderator and was notorious for their itchy trigger finger on the ban button.
At times this mod would spam over 100 pro-Trump posts a day, deleting their posts and spamming them over and over until they got the response they wanted, all while banning dozens of people per post. Anyone that openly challenged them or Trump would be immediacy banned.
In their final days they started to spam a off-site domain that is highly similar to where white supremacist refugees from Reddit fled to.
A message from the dickwad via proxy.
As seen here, a year end overview of their moderator action and censorship action for 2020: axolotl_peyotl
Comments Removed: 9,809
Posts Removed: 400
Users Banned: 2,193
Ignored Reports On Their Own Content: 834
F in the chat thread is made in r/conspiracy by a fellow mod, praising Axos work. The vast majority of the comments are from users of the sub calling out Axo for being a piece of shit.
Please consider making a donation to https://www.warriorsonwheels.org/ on a users behalf, rather than giving reddit more money for Gold/Platinum
Restaurants often operate on ~30% or less profit margins, so by using delivery apps they are often breaking even or losing money, essentially working for free. Most people think they are helping the restaurant but they could actually be hurting it.
President Donald Trump on Tuesday fired the top U.S. cybersecurity official Chris Krebs in a tweet, accusing him without evidence of making a "highly inaccurate" statement on the security of the U.S. election.
Reuters reported last week that Krebs, who worked on protecting the election from hackers but drew the ire of the Trump White House over efforts to debunk disinformation, had told associates he expected to be fired.
Krebs headed up the Department of Homeland Security’s Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency.
CISA Deputy Secretary Matthew Travis has now resigned, according to Reuters. Sources at the time of this edit have not fully confirmed if the resignation was voluntary or forced.
##Submissions that may interest you
|Trump Fires CISA Director Chris Krebs, Who Corrected Voter Fraud Disinformation||npr.org|
|DHS cybersecurity head Christopher Krebs fired by President Trump after he disputes fraud claims||abcnews.go.com|
|Chris Krebs, Top cybersecurity official, ousted by Trump||thehill.com|
|Trump ousts Homeland Security cyber chief Chris Krebs, who called election secure||usatoday.com|
|Trump Says U.S. Cybersecurity Chief Chris Krebs Has Been Terminated||nbcconnecticut.com|
|Trump says he fired top cybersecurity official Christopher Krebs||axios.com|
|President Trump fires cybersecurity chief for saying election was 'most secure in US history'||6abc.com|
[Officials say firing DHS cyber chief could make U.S. less safe as election process continues](https://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/2020/11/13/cybersecurity-202-officials-say-firing-... keep reading on reddit ➡
The game continues to be a financial hit, making it into the "Platinum" tier of Steam titles this year. I am unsure if the way the games are displayed is the actual order from 1 to 12, but that order would make sense to me looking at the other games present.
It is also recognized as one of the few games to have reached a concurrent player count of over 200,000, with only ten other games having achieved that this year on Steam.
Edit: As has been pointed out in multiple comments, it appears that there's no way to know where D2 ranks in the top 12. Everyone seems to get a random game order.