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2023.05.28 03:45 Ok_Struggle_3737 First post lottery mock
2023.05.28 02:27 brandon_the_asian Gross Recruiters
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Talked to a friend from my old high school part-time job (they still work there) the other day and they told me that one of the recruiters from the station I got recruited at is dating one of their coworkers.
Plot twist: the coworker is about to graduate high school. And they have been talking since her junior year. He's 32, she's 17.
He met her from going to her high school recruiting. He would come to the store and see her here and there and she would point him out. He comments under her Instagram pictures. Since he PCS'ed to Georgia recently, she even went down to see him. She even posts Snapchat photos of her in his bed somewhat unclothed.
My friend learned all this just by working and talking with her. Apparently, the girl is even gonna join the Army.
As far as proof goes, almost nonexistent except for what my friend sent me and his name. Wondering how common this shit is or any stories y'all got about recruiters having inappropriate relations with high schoolers/recruits. My first thought was to report his ass cuz that shit is absolutely disgusting but I don't even know how I would go about it without hard evidence. https://preview.redd.it/f0rx9svlug2b1.png?width=457&format=png&auto=webp&s=d19c67d46d8f236d150692212928380593250a6b
2023.05.28 01:57 SM64player Planning on building a budget gaming PC for around $300-400. I have no clue where to start.
I'm planning on building a budget PC for some light gaming and video editing (nothing too fancy). I have a budget of around $300-400.
I have no clue where to start, since it's my first time building a PC.
What will you be doing with this PC? Be as specific as possible, and include specific games or programs you will be using.
I will be playing light games like Half-Life 2, Portal 1/2, Minecraft, and emulating Wii/Wii U games at 1080p. I also plan to do some light video editing. Definitely no AAA games or heavy video editing.
What is your maximum budget before rebates/shipping/taxes?
$400, preferably less.
When do you plan on building/buying the PC? Note: beyond a week or two from today means any build you receive will be out of date when you want to buy.
Not sure, to be honest.
What, exactly, do you need included in the budget? (ToweOS/monitokeyboard/mouse/etc)
Just the PC - I already have a monitor, KB, mouse, mic, and headphones.
Which country (and state/province) will you be purchasing the parts in? If you're in US, do you have access to a Microcenter location?
Georgia, United States. The nearest MicroCenter is like 200 miles away, so that's a no-go.
If reusing any parts (including monitor(s)/keyboard/mouse/etc), what parts will you be reusing? Brands and models are appreciated.
I will be reusing my HP monitor, keyboard, Logitech mouse, Onn microphone, Soundcore Life Q20 headphones, and Windows license from the old computer (bought it myself, it didn't come with one when I got it).
Will you be overclocking? If yes, are you interested in overclocking right away, or down the line? CPU and/or GPU?
Not now, but maybe in a few years. Might overclock both CPU and GPU.
Are there any specific features or items you want/need in the build? (ex: SSD, large amount of storage or a RAID setup, CUDA or OpenCL support, etc)
Nothing special - just a standard PC with a decent GPU. Going for 16 GB of RAM if possible. Bluetooth would be nice to have, but isn't a necessity.
Do you have any specific case preferences (Size like ITX/microATX/mid-towefull-tower, styles, colors, window or not, LED lighting, etc), or a particular color theme preference for the components?
Nah, nothing too fancy. For size, anything that isn't
massive and hard to carry will work. If possible, a dark blue color scheme (but black and other colors will work too.) RGB isn't a necessity, but would look great.
Do you need a copy of Windows included in the budget? If you do need one included, do you have a preference?
No. I already have a license to transfer over from my old computer.
Extra info or particulars:
My current PC is absolutely awful
(old hand-me-down) and at this point, anything
is better than what I have right now :P
Specs of my current PC, if you're curious:
Old prebuilt - Dell Studio XPS 8100 Intel Core i7-870 (first generation, I think) ATI Radeon HD 5700 Series GPU 500 GB, 5,400 RPM standard hard disk (it's really slow) 8 GB, 1,333 MHz RAM
Thank you for your time and efforts. (By the way, this is my first post here, so please let me know if I got anything wrong or if you need more information. Thank you!).
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2023.05.28 01:28 redboneskirmish US defaultism
2023.05.28 00:43 KowaIskiDaGeorgian Sometimes I question my Georgia passport
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2023.05.27 23:39 jorgedotdd17 First post lottery mock
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2023.05.27 23:23 Snipers_KangarooWife On a video titled 'two people from Georgia'
2023.05.27 23:06 Joadzilla White House Tells Rep. Lauren Boebert: ‘Antisemitism Isn’t Conservative, It’s Evil’
White House Deputy Press Secretary Andrew Bates told HuffPost that the congresswoman needs "to look inward" if she "finds opposition to hate threatening."
Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-Colo.) got a strong rebuke from the White House on Friday for a tweet she posted on Thursday that was critical of the president’s plan to combat hate, bias and violence against Jewish people.
After Joe Biden announced the first U.S. National Strategy to Counter Antisemitism, the Colorado congresswoman took to Twitter to suggest that any plan to target hate was actually a plan to target conservatives. She added, “Their tactics are straight out of the USSR’s playbook.”
When they say stuff like this, they mean they want to go after conservatives.
Their tactics are straight out of the USSR's playbook. https://t.co/bnICe9b6zO
— Lauren Boebert (@laurenboebert) May 25, 2023
Many Twitter users rebuked Boebert and noted that her comments suggested bigotry was a big part of the conservative mindset.
On Friday, White House Deputy Press Secretary Andrew Bates also criticized Boebert’s tweets in a statement to HuffPost.
“Congresswoman Boebert is mistaken; antisemitism is not ‘conservative’ ― it is evil,” Bates said. “President Biden is standing up for a bedrock American value that goes beyond politics and is embraced by liberals, conservatives and independents: That we are better than antisemitism and hate. Those vile forces fly in the face of what America represents.”
Bates said anyone who “finds opposition to hate threatening” needs “to look inward.”
He also suggested Boebert Google the Soviet Union’s long, repulsive history of antisemitism.
“She might find a result for Joe Biden, who at the time decried antisemitic acts by Soviet communists as ‘shameful,’” Bates said.
HuffPost reached out to Boebert’s office for comment, but no one immediately responded.
To be fair, though, she’s had a busy week.
On Tuesday, she went viral when she declared that having a child was cheaper than using birth control during a hearing on drug pricing.
On Thursday, it was revealed that one of her four kids called 911 in December to report that his dad, Boebert’s estranged husband, Jayson Boebert, was “throwing” him around the house.
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2023.05.27 22:59 rufas2000 The “God of the Gaps”
I posted this on my FB. I thought I might as well post it here too.
Just to be clear this is advice not a command (last time my verbiage was a bit bossy). I’m copying it here. The intended audience is a bit different as there is more interest and experience in religious debate here than on my FB page. It’s also written to Christians which are many (but not all) of my FB friends. When I post here I usually don’t write from the perspective that Christianity is true in order to encourage more discussion.
I’m happy to read different perspectives to refine my own.
All that said here it is:
Saturday apologetics tip: avoid the “God of the Gaps” argument.
This is where a proposal says “We don’t know how X happened therefore God”. X usually being the creation of the universe.
Problem 1: Just because you, your friends, your community, the leading scientists, Donald Trump, a full clown car, the world, aliens on Cygnus X-2 etc. don’t understand how X occurred doesn’t mean there isn’t an explanation for X.
Problem 2: A lack of an explanation (“the gap”) isn’t an invitation to fill it with anything. If I don’t know how the junk in my yard got there that doesn’t mean my meany head ex did it.
Problem 3: the most important one for Christians that propose “We don’t know how an intricately designed universe could have been created without a creator” is this: that line of reasoning only gets you to a creator. The only thing we know about this creator from this proposition is she / he / it is capable to design and implement its design to cause what we see here. It says nothing about personality, motives, involvement level, morality, characteristics, benevolence etc. it seems fairly labor intensive for the benefit of “ok yeah, I guess something created the universe”.
To add to problem 3 I have an interest in these philosophical debates. If you are talking with someone parroting a line they heard from “atheists r us on YouTube” and you are good at rhetoric you’ll likely get somewhere. But if somebody has thought about this and decided against it you absolutely will not make any headway (short of divine intervention). I can name 3 arguments they will use against you right now, full stop.
1) God of the gaps (which I presented)
2) “I don’t know” for sure is the only answer
3) Simplicity is a sign of creation, not complexity. Nature takes many roundabout ways to produce results where a good designer / creator would have streamlined.
4) While the odds of having a planet suitable for life is astronomical if given enough chances it can happen. Lottery odds are also astronomical but somebody wins. This presupposes that the cosmos kept “trying” to get it right and eventually it did because it tried so many times.
If you’ve read this far the point isn’t that God didn’t create our universe. It’s that focusing on that isn’t a winner unless you truly think that’s the thing keeping a person from belief. Low chance of success and success doesn’t get you far. Skip it and work to the other strategies you’ll have to employ anyway after you convinced someone that this universe has a “creator”.
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2023.05.27 22:23 HelpWantedatMomo Momo Con GA Wanted Help in Criminal Catching
My friend was robbed at Momo Con in Georgia. I make this post to feel better about the situation I just heard about and to hope in the powers of the internet. I will give the short story and main facts first and then the long one.
African American bald woman with regular clothes about 5"3 - 5"5, in her thirties. Looks like a knock-off of Jada Smith
2 daughters with long hair wearing a purple kimono not dressed as a character but merely for fashion 5"3- 5"5, teenagers
and an African American bald man with a beard and bald in regular clothes about 5"5 or higher but not extremely tall, thirties
Take a picture of the suspect and post it. Will confirm or deny suspect.
Once picture is confirmed. I will text or communicate with the sender somehow to deliver the payment. I am a person of my word. I will send a receipt of the transaction on the Internet to prove it. I know the powers of doxing and will risk it for justice and for the bad feelings of a friend to go away!
My friend put my things down (around $150 of anime stuff) at a stand in artist alley. They remembered they left it and came back to find it gone but the seller told them a description of the robber(s?). African American bald woman with regular clothes, 2 daughters wearing a kimono not dressed as a character but merely for fashion, and an African American bald man with a beard in regular clothes. By the grace of god, They saw the woman holding a bag they specifically brought from home (Not many sellers are popping out oversized Asian plastic bags from a market to put their stuff in) with my anime gifts popping out. No mistake about it. They confronted her but she called them racist ( despite both of them being minorities, as being a minority doesn't exempt someone from committing crimes ), called them out on accusing a woman (They are both females), and comes from low-income and has to deal with this ( similar to their own low-income situation, which made the robbery even more challenging for them ). She said she was divorced and had her kids for only an hour and they should get her number and wait it out to deal with this situation. They believed her because Innocent until proven guilty and tough situation the thief just put on them. Should note that they just graduated from High school so only 18 years old and this day was supposed to be like a graduation gift trip. An adult picking up an argument with a child turned this month adult and an actual legal definition of a child too! She never called and when we did she didn't pick up.
They should have taken her picture and called security but they were never exactly told what the protocols were for being robbed and meeting your robber who called you racist and misogynistic. It will only cost them $150 dollars if left alone and move on from the robbery but it's the feelings that are impossible to move on from (We tried buying, reading, watching movies, games, self-reflecting, and sleeping to get away from their feelings). It's the burning feeling of knowing they could have done something to get their stolen stuff back that is eating away at them (The person was right in front of them with their stuff!) not to mention their foolishness in believing in another human being. I want this feeling in them to go away. Advise is nice in this situation as to how to console my friend.
Please be on the lookout and have fun while being safe at Momo Con in Georgia.
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2023.05.27 22:14 Franzchise It’s been so long
Growing up I spent lots of time and money buying and trading and collecting cards. Mainly basketball but lot of baseball as well.
Always remained a hobbyist and die hard sports fan. Recently coming across posts on Twitter of people cracking boxes, buying and trading has given me a itch that needs scratching.
As I delved back into it from the outside I have been overwhelmed by the variety of cards and values out there and the lingo and terms and really wanted a bit of guidance before i head over to the local card shop tomorrow morning.
I wanted to purchase a box or two and wanted to spend around $500 to 600 to get going.
I love the lottery like chance of pulling something rare and valuable to build a collection and just didn’t know where to start.
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2023.05.27 21:00 Brebly 35 [M4F] - Atlanta/Anywhere - Saturdays shouldn't be boring, let's chat and make it a better day!
It's Saturday and I'd like to spend some time chatting with someone and make it a better day, so I thought I would post, hopefully find someone to chat with. Well, much like many of you, I didn't plan on being single at this point in my life. But here we are. My name is Brad, and hopefully someone will read through all the way to the end of this. I'm very much glass half full and looking forward to the future and hopefully meeting my person!
This is who I am:
A fun-loving, down to earth guy who believes fun can be had anywhere, and that there's usually a bright side even in bad situations.
I've lived in every time-zone in the US, but currently live in Georgia (EST).
An open book, very much wear my heart on my sleeve.
No kids, but not for lack of wanting them.
I enjoy cooking and trying to make new recipes. Cooking and even simple cleaning around my home is soothing and relaxing to me.
I have a great job and career path.
I'm an animal person, I have 2 senior dogs and an 8-month-old puppy.
I have a wide variety of interests and hobbies, from working on cars, to hiking, to video games. From going to breweries and concerts to relaxing at home watching movies.
I love traveling and going on road-trips, and would love to see more of the world.
Huge audiophile and love listening to music, I have a wide variety of genres I like to listen to, and I'm always looking for something new.
Kinda have a bit of a dad bod at the moment, but I am actively working to get in better shape and get into better form than I've been in. Here's Me! And Another
As far as what...or rather who I am looking for, I guess I don't have a lot in the way of requirements. It doesn't matter to me where you are from, obviously if things ended up working out, one of us could move, and I am open to moving if it ever comes to that. Would like to meet someone who has a direction, job/career. I would like to share some interests together. It would be fun to have someone I could either work on a car with, or kick back and play video games with.
I am looking for my best friend...my partner who I can be there for and who will be there for me in return at the end of the day.
My messages and chat are open, hope to hear from you soon!
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2023.05.27 19:23 ishpatelll Any shopped from this Seller ? Is this page legit ?
2023.05.27 19:23 London-Roma-1980 NON CONFERENCE MATCHDAY 9 RESULTS
(Fell asleep early last night. Apologies.)
***** #2t UCLA 87, #6 Michigan State 64.
Can anyone beat the Bruins? Teams are going to line up and take their shots now.
Kiki Vandeweghe took his turn to step up with 22 points as the Bruins (9-0) sealed their spot atop the Top 25 by routing the Spartans (7-2) before a stunned crowd expecting a heavyweight fight.
"We know if we're all playing well, we'll win," Vandeweghe said after the game. "I'm not the guy, I know I'm the fifth guy in the [starting] lineup, but I gotta do what I'm called on to do. Today, they had guys all over the bigs, they had Magic [Johnson] on [Reggie] Miller, and that left me."
Michigan State kept it close early and was only down 43-35 at the half. However, UCLA switched to a 2-3 zone to stymie the outside shooting of Magic Johnson (11 points) and Jason Richardson (10 points). Attempts to drive also failed, as Kareem Abdul-Jabbar converted for 7 blocks. #2t North Carolina 105, #22 Alabama 58.
When UCLA beat Kentucky earlier, the controversy of the Bruins-Heels game meant #1 could be considered up for grabs. Here's Carolina's rather convincing argument.
Vince Carter went for 33 points and Michael Jordan recorded a triple-double with 17 points, 11 rebounds, and 10 assists as the Tar Heels (8-1) mugged the Crimson Tide (7-2) before a delirious home crowd.
"Everyone did their job," coach Dean Smith said after the game. "You saw Vince make the big shots, Michael did everything on the court today, we played solid defense, and you saw the result. When we get momentum going, it can be hard to stop, and that's what I'm hoping for."
It became clear from the opening tip that Alabama was in over their head. Bob McAdoo blocked a Latrell Sprewell layup on the opening play. Jordan picked up the loose ball and threw a half-court alley-oop pass to Carter, who slammed it home to set off a raucous ovation. From there, North Carolina never looked back.
"We couldn't do anything right tonight," Alabama coach Wimp Sanderson admitted. "We have to get better." #7 Syracuse 81, #13 Illinois 69.
Maybe the ACC will be more than a two-horse race this season; meanwhile, maybe the Big Ten West is still behind the East in competition if their top team struggles.
Derrick Coleman's 19 points lead the way as Illinois was held to 3-18 from long range by a tough zone defense as the Orange (8-1) took out the Illini (7-2) to make a statement of intent to be a part of the ACC Title race.
"We're tired of hearing about Duke and [North] Carolina," Coleman said after the game. "We joined the ACC to make the best conference in the country and we're going to show that right now. We are the reason it's the best."
Coleman took over in a key stretch in the second half. A three-point play after challenging Eddie Johnson, followed by a dunk spurred by a Rony Seikaly block, lifted the Orange from only up 5 to up 10. Illinois could not get closer than 7 for the rest of the game.
Meyers Leonard led Illinois with 15 points. #1 Kentucky 102, #16 Louisville 61.
The two rivals took the court anticipating a knock-down, drag-out affair. It turned almost instantly into a laugher.
Cliff Hagan had 15 points and all nine Kentucky players who played scored at least 8 points as the Wildcats (8-1) dominated the Cardinals (7-2) in a game with a surprisingly short bench from Kentucky.
"When we have to shorten our bench, we can do it," coach Adolph Rupp said after the game. "I wanted to simulate what we might see in the [NCAA] Tournament. The scoreboard wasn't what mattered; our performance is what mattered. The boys came through today."
The list of scoring was impressive. Cliff Hagan had 15; Devin Booker had 14; Louie Dampier had 13; Dan Issel and Antoine Walker had 12; Anthony Davis had 10; John Wall and Jamal Mashburn had 9; and Rex Chapman had 8. Everyone in Kentucky's starting five outscored everyone on Louisville's squad -- Pervis Ellison led the Cardinals with a mere 11.
"This week's been a wake-up call for us. Let's do better," Cardinals coach Denny Crum said. #8 Michigan 86, #18 Notre Dame 63.
Chants of We Want Kansas could be heard from the visiting Michigan faithful during the game. They just might get them if the team continues performing.
Glen Rice had 20 points, Chris Webber had 17 points and 14 rebounds, and in a matchup of football superpowers on the hardcourt, the Wolverines (8-1) took care of business against the Fighting Irish (7-2).
"Oh yeah, we would love to face Kansas," Rice said with a smile after the game. "You get to be the best by facing the best. That's our goal."
Bill Laimbeer led the Irish with 16 points, but the outside shooters for were shut down by defense from Jalen Rose and Jamal Crawford. Austin Carr in particular finished with 6 points on 2-15 shooting.
"We need our scorers to come through," Notre Dame coach Digger Phelps noted. #5 Kansas 82, #15 Southern Cal 67.
Southern Cal recovered quickly from their opening day loss to Kentucky. Unfortunately, they still seem a step behind their cross-town brethren if this game is anything to go by.
Joel Embiid, Wilt Chamberlain, and Paul Pierce each had 16 points as the Jayhawks (8-1) eased past the Trojans (7-2) and looked to solidify their spot in the Top 5.
"We feel like we can be a top seed," Chamberlain said to reporters in the post-game press conference. "We know there's competition, we know people are looking past us, but we feel we can compete with anyone at any time."
Gus Williams was held to 5 points by an incredible defensive effort from JoJo White, though he did make up for it partially with 9 assists, including four to USC's leading scorer on the night DeMar DeRozan (15 points). #12 Indiana 82, #25 Arizona State 69.
There was a bit of concern that Arizona State was a paper tiger, one that wouldn't survive the Pac-12 schedule to make the NIBL Tournament. While a win would silence the critics, this was a fair showing.
It still wasn't enough to get over the top.
Isiah Thomas had 19 points and 11 assists to lead his team in both categories as the Hoosiers (7-2) took out the Sun Devils (6-3) to bounce back and reclaim their winning ways.
"I think we showed what we can do out there," Hoosier coach Bobby Knight told reporters. "We have a top team, and we know we can dominate in the Big Ten and in the tournament. Isiah had a great game, the twins [Rick and Tom Van Arsdale] played well, and I think we can outplay and outcoach anyone when we have to."
Joe Caldwell had 16 points to pace the Sun Devils. Arkansas 100, #19 Houston 85.
Arkansas coach Nolan Richardson loves to play a full-court defense that he dubs "Forty Minutes of Hell". It tends to lead to more possessions for each team, and if the opponents aren't prepared for it, it can lead to trouble.
Tonight, it paid off.
Joe Johnson had 22 points, Sidney Moncreif had 18 and 6 steals, and the Razorbacks (7-2) stunned the Cougars (6-3) in a high-octane game that took Houston's best weapon -- interior offense -- almost completely out of the equation.
"If you don't let them get set up, you don't let their bigs go to work," Richardson explained to the press. "We knew their two big guys, [Elvin] Hayes and [Hakeem] Olajuwon, they like to get set up and aren't used to running. It was our best chance to pull something off."
While the concept didn't always pay off -- Olajuwon recovered to get 14 points and 5 blocks -- it did upset the natural order for Houston. Outside shooters had to step up, and guards had to make quick passes. Clyde Drexler did his part, leading the team with 18 points, but Damon Jones turned the ball over 7 times to the press.
"This loss is on me," Jones said.
***** HOW THE TOP 25 FARED
- Kentucky 102, 16. Louisville 61
- UCLA(t) 87, 6. Michigan State 64
- North Carolina(t) 105, 22. Alabama 58
- Duke 95, Iowa 66
- Kansas 82, 15. Southern Cal 67
- Michigan State 64, 2t. UCLA 87
- Syracuse 81, 13. Illinois 69
- Michigan 86, 18. Notre Dame 63
- Connecticut 100, Old Dominion 57
- Ohio State 92, South Carolina 53
- Arizona 92, Texas A&M 50
- Indiana 82, 25. Arizona State 69
- Illinois 69, 7. Syracuse 81
- Maryland 85, Dayton 58
- Southern Cal 67, 5. Kansas 82
- Louisville 61, 1. Kentucky 102
- Texas 84, Drake 55
- Notre Dame 63, 8. Michigan 86
- Houston 85, Arkansas 100
- Minnesota 77, Georgia Tech 70
- UNLV 107, Saint Bonaventure 84
- Alabama 58, #2t North Carolina 105
- DePaul 86, Auburn 78
- LSU 82, Kansas State 77
- Arizona State 69, 12. Indiana 82
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2023.05.27 19:00 Future_Vehicle_8307 22 Blue in 2022: 'THE QUICK LIST'
22 Blue in 2022: 'THE LIST'
Build Supermajorities of Democrats in the US House and US Senate
Here’s “22 Blue in 2022: ‘A Quick List’”:
- Florida 2. Ohio 3. Kansas 4. North Carolina 5. Kentucky 6. Arizona7. South Carolina 8. Georgia 9. Texas 10. Michigan 11. Nevada 12. Pennsylvania13. Missouri 14. Wisconsin 15. Iowa 16. Arkansas 17. Oklahoma 18. Indiana19. Colorado 20. Alabama 21. South Dakota 22. North Dakota
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”We the people” must deny the Republican party political power at every level of government for decades to come “in order to create a more perfect union.” With 48 States having some statewide contest(s), November 8th, 2022 is our best chance the Democrats will get to do that for the rest of this decade, at least.
”The List” encourages the election of a Democratic Supermajority in the US Senate in 2022. This is the best chance we will have to create a Democratic Supermajority in both Chambers of Congress for the remainder of this decade. This midterm could be a devastating loss for the democrats if good patriots ignore this election. If Americans of good conscience band together instead, we could could begin the exile of the Republican party from power, not for years, but for decades to come.
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The election of Democratic Supermajorities to both chambers of the US Congress is the best outcome we can strive towards in the 2022 Midterm Election for many reasons. Among them: breaking the decade of gridlock in Congress, supporting President Biden’s agenda, and his re-election in 2024. My personal favorite is that this could commence the decades-long political banishment of the GOP from power, which the Republican Party so richly deserves.
The Republican party has proved itself treasonous on many levels. They are traitors to Humanity by supporting Trump. Traitors to the Nation for supporting Putin. Traitors to the government and betrayers of the constitution through their apologies for the 1/6/21 insurrection. To safeguard our country and the world, we must block the Republicans from power at the ballot box, at all levels of government, for at least a generation.
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In 2022, Patriots must unify to crush the Republican Party at the ballot box. We can defeat them in every State, at every level. We need the biggest turnout at the voting booth of any Midterm ever. We need to raise more money for candidates and organizations than we did during the entire 2020 campaign season if we are to accomplish this. We need to do this in the next six months.
This is what a “Blue Tsunami” REALLY looks like.
Electing a Democratic Supermajority in Congress is our hope for the future and retribution for America’s enemies. “22 Blue in 2022” is a roadmap to the beginning of that journey. “22 Blue in 2022” is our war plan. ”22 Blue in 2022” is our electoral battle cry. “22 Blue in 2022” is a way forward out of gridlock, a way to non-violently thwart those who would poison the body politic with their hate.
If we don’t try this hard in 2022, Trump will go unpunished and metastasize by 2024.
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2023.05.27 17:40 boatingforboats Will Georgia be in the top 10 countries for quality of life by 2100?
I've been doing some research recently on long-term trends nation-by-nation, and it seems to me that Georgia will be one of the most livable countries in the world.
Bear in mind the current geopolitical situation (a time of extreme upheaval):
We are heading for an extended historical period of sustained economic and social disruption, owing to deglobalisation (America onshoring its industries and withdrawing from its role as guarantor of the global free trade system and open sea lanes), demographic disaster in the European Union (an ageing population), the rapid change in cultural and social norms, the continuation of the Euro crisis, US Debt crisis (and de-dollarisation), technological unemployment owing to developments in AI, catastrophic climate change, the Thucydides Trap potentially creating a war between the United States and China, increased possibility of pandemics and novel forms of WMD, famine across the global south and unprecedented migration flows into the EU, internecine conflict within the United States, and further conflict between NATO and Russia.
Meanwhile, Georgia has:
- The highest birth rate in Europe
- Strong nationalist sentiment, conditioned by language isolate, unique writing system, and:
- 86% Christian, historic orthodox church reinforcing collective national identity and Asabiyyah
- Generally homogeneous population (at least within zones under Georgian government control), ongoing improvements in corruption & rule of law, very high ease-of-doing-business rank
- Diverse export-driven economy (industrial and manufacturing sectors)
- Strong agricultural productivity (with diverse range of products, meat & dairy)
- Hydropower, proximity to oil/gas, coppegold (increasingly scarce and necessary for renewables + electronics + potential collapse of fiat currency)
- Significant US/EU NGO funding
- Russian-speaking population (can maintain trade links with CIS, and supplement any coming short-falls owing to Euro crisis)
- Good relations with neighbouring countries (except Russia, obviously)
- 100,000 productive remote-working educated Russian liberals (I know there is sentiment against them, but tax revenues (plus influx of foreign money) is making Georgia one of the fastest-growing economies post-covid)
- Strong tourism potential, good weather, skiing
One of the top 10 most livable countries by 2100, in my opinion. Current comparisons to other European nations are overshadowed by legacy of post-Soviet collapse; all metrics point towards a very prosperous future, especially as the Georgian economy is dominated by tangibles and manufacturing, rather than being reliant on tech/services/knowledge work, all of which will be severely impacted by AI. Depending on how bad the future is, global economic collapse would further favour countries with 'analogue economies'.
What are people's thoughts?
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2023.05.27 17:23 NFCAAOfficialRefBot [POST GAME THREAD] Georgia State defeats Appalachian State, 14-7
Georgia State Georgia State
@ Appalachian State Appalachian State Game Start Time:
6:45 PM ET Location:
Kidd Brewer Stadium, Boone, NC Watch: Peacock Georgia State
Appalachian State Appalachian State
|Total Passing Yards ||Total Rushing Yards ||Total Yards ||Interceptions Lost ||Fumbles Lost ||Field Goals ||Time of Possession ||Timeouts |
|0 yards ||127 yards ||127 yards ||0 ||3 ||0/0 ||16:01 ||3 |
|Total Passing Yards ||Total Rushing Yards ||Total Yards ||Interceptions Lost ||Fumbles Lost ||Field Goals ||Time of Possession ||Timeouts |
|132 yards ||31 yards ||163 yards ||0 ||1 ||0/0 ||11:53 ||0 |
Game complete, Georgia State wins!
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2023.05.27 16:56 howtallareyou-67 The Perfect 2023 Blazers Offseason
This was originally posted on Blazersedge
Last year I published a post on Blazersedge titled "The Perfect 2022 Blazers Offseason,
" and in it I outlined the following moves I thought the Blazers should make during the 2022 offseason:
1) Trade for Jerami Grant
2) Draft Shaedon Sharpe
3) Trade for Kentavious Caldwell-Pope using the TPE we had last year
4) Use our MLE to sign Kevon Looney as our backup big.
Not to congratulate myself too much, but the first two the team actually did and look to have been the right moves, and if they'd done the other two I think we'd have had a much better season as both those players have been key parts on playoff teams.
So, I've thought a lot about what the Blazers should do this summer (my family says probably too much), and after considering a variety of scenarios I think I'm ready to outline what I believe would be the "perfect 2023 Blazers offseason."
To start with, I must fully admit that I'm a Dame guy. I'll ride or die with him, which I know will disqualify everything else I'm about to say for about half of you. But, I just fundamentally believe that we should make every effort to build an actual contender around him before trading away the best Blazer I've had the good fortune of watching (too young to speak on Walton). With that said, I'm also a huge believer in the draft and the value in having players that are outperforming their contract. Outside of the Jokic's of the world, this has most often meant picking near the top of the draft. The more Shaedon's we can have on our team the better (I know! Hot take!). But, as I'll demonstrate, these two things aren't mutually exclusive.
I also believe that the most valuable traits in a player are positional size, competitiveness, and court awareness. Being a former collegiate player myself, as well as a coach at the high school level, I understand implicitly the value in having guys that compete at a very high level and can process the game rapidly at both ends of the court, especially when those are packaged with someone who can overwhelm you with size.
This was so apparent when watching us play against a team like the Bucks last year. Sharing the court with them looked like it was the freshman squad versus the varsity team. We were so tiny comparatively that, outside of a Dame nuclear event, we were just never going to have a chance at being competitive.
A couple other things must be considered. First, the new CBA is effectively going to serve as a hard cap for all but the most profligate spenders. However, a few of the most honerous provisions don't fully bake in until next offseason. So, we have a bit of a window to go for it this offseason before accepting the full ramifications of that decision next year. Speaking of those full ramifications, I think any transactions also have to leave you with "outs" to escape the full brunt of the imposed roster building restrictions, if it proved necessary. Meaning we still need to have assets we could get real value for if we had to backtrack.
Alright, enough prologue, let's get to it. Here is the deal: Portland engages Orlando, Phoenix, and Toronto in a four team trade with the following moving parts:
Portland gets: Pascal Siakam, Deandre Ayton, #11
Phoenix gets: Jusuf Nurkic, Gary Harris, Kevin Knox, #13
Toronto gets: Jalen Suggs, Nassir Little, Keon Johnson, #3
Orlando gets: Anfernee Simons
Yes, it's a lot of moving parts and it may actually need to be separate transactions, but I believe it's all legal and works salary wise (according to Fanspo, for what that's worth). I also think it's a classic "all sides feel like they gave up too much, which means it's probably about right value for everyone" type of trade.
As a result, we have upgraded our talent at two positions in the starting lineup and still have multiple bites at the draft apple, including a lottery pick, as well as our MLE to upgrade our depth. We're also huge, across all five positions. Even Dame is fairly big for a point guard.
With the picks you take Cason Wallace at #11, James Nnaji at #23, and Olivier-Maxence Spencer at #43. Only Wallace would be in the opening day rotation.
We then re-sign Grant, Thybulle, and Eubanks, and with our MLE we go after a veteran wing like Torrey Craig (the free agent market is garbage this year).
In the end, the new roster looks like this:
Note: I think Matisse makes the most sense as a starter with that group, as he can be the point of attack defender next to Dame, but Shaedon will end up playing a majority of the 2-guard minutes.
Yes, that's a very expensive team that would be well into the tax, but if we ventured back in time two years and I told you we could have a starting lineup of Dame, Matisse, Grant, Siakam, and Ayton, with a young and supremely athletic Brandon Roy (Sharpe) as our 6th man and a young Jrue Holiday (Wallace) and Clint Capella (Nnaji) on the bench as well, and all we'd have to give up was Anfernee Simons, Nurk, the #3 pick, some salary filler, and some of the Allen Family Trust money in tax payouts, I assume the vast majority of you'd ask where to sign.
I think this gives Cronin and Jody a year to assess the situation and decide whether to continue down the path of competing with Dame (which would entail resigning Siakam, as ridiculously expensive as that would be), or blowing the whole thing up to see what you can get for Dame, Grant, and Siakam (in a sign and trade) next offseason. I also think it takes advantage of a time in the NBA where there's no truly dominant team (a #7 and a #8 seed were 2/4ths of the conference finalists this year). As good as I think Denver is, I don't think it's too much of a stretch to say that the lineup outlined above would at least have a reasonable chance against them in a seven game series.
So, what say you Blazers Redditors? For those with critiques, I welcome you! All I ask is that you actually be willing to intellectually engage, rather than just say some variant of "your stupid, your proposal is stupid," as that just shuts down all potential for productive back and forth. I look forward to engaging with you in the comments.
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2023.05.27 14:19 rrmdp 📢 WorkOS is hiring a Software Engineer!
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2023.05.27 13:30 readingrachelx Housewife highlights/Daily shit talk - May 27th, 2023
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2023.05.27 13:20 rrmdp 📢 Curebase is hiring a Senior Manager, Quality Engineering!
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