Gasp!Spoiler alert from someone working onsite....
They never tell you who has covid, you only find out when they die.
I feel like the riot stuff will be short term.. Maybe a couple of the worst hit areas might see some flight, but it seems mostly over now, and unless we get a round 2 soon, I think people will mostly move on.It'll be interesting to see how growth/contraction in red and blue states differ and if there is any kind of economic power shift. I'm almost certain the rioting will cause a shift out of major urban areas. But if the blue states stay locked down, will new economic leaders in previously less affluent states step up?
The riot stuff is dying down... for now. But what about when the Atlanta cops are acquitted? There is a clear consensus that they were overcharged, that it was politically motivated, and that they will walk. You know they're going to riot again. They're probably already trucking in bricks for the verdict that's six months away.I feel like the riot stuff will be short term.. Maybe a couple of the worst hit areas might see some flight, but it seems mostly over now, and unless we get a round 2 soon, I think people will mostly move on.
I can't make heads or tails over the rest of the US economy though.. it's all jumbled and fucked up in red and blue states. No one really wants to do anything big or bold it seems.. even though now seems like the time to do it.
NSA, gotta get here before the price of real estate skyrockets!Tesla and Amazon would disagree with you (though their rises began before COVID). Elon has threatened to move Tesla to a red state. We'll see if that sticks. I think we will see some significant growth in the rapid delivery industry, and an all but collapse of snail mail. I hope we also bring back everything considered "essential" from Chiner. Only time will tell what new comes out of this latest disruption.
Edit: on that note...