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By eriknben10
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Stinky Pete wrote:Kinda like changing the topic after getting embarrassed.


So you changed the topic because you were embarrassed. I see. Thanks for pointing that out.

I'll ask the question again.
How many of those 290 school shootings had armed teachers?
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By eriknben10
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Stinky Pete wrote:weak.


I realize you are a coward and very weak but what is your point? What ideas do you have that actually caused this new phenomenon? What can we do to protect our schools from mentally ill folks like the kids shooting up our schools? What is the root of the problem. Hint it isn't guns as history refutes that as the cause of the problem.
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By Stinky Pete
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Your history is also flawed. According to the Congressional Research Service, there are roughly twice as many guns per capita in the United States as there were in 1968: more than 300 million guns in all.
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By eriknben10
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Stinky Pete wrote:Your history is also flawed. According to the Congressional Research Service, there are roughly twice as many guns per capita in the United States as there were in 1968: more than 300 million guns in all.


So what is the percentage of homes with guns? Try to keep up.

The number of households owning guns has declined from almost 50% in 1973 to just over 32% in 2010, according to a 2011 study produced by The University of Chicago's National Opinion Research Center. The number of gun owners has gone down almost 10% over the same period, the report found

https://www.cnn.com/2012/07/31/politics ... index.html

https://www.washingtonpost.com/?utm_term=.3394fe7828a6
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By eriknben10
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By Stinky Pete
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And those households are amassing more and more, and more than any other group, they tend to be Republican, rural, white, less-educated men. I'm not sure the raw number of households means anything, without knowing what those households are.


eriknben10 wrote:
Stinky Pete wrote:Your history is also flawed. According to the Congressional Research Service, there are roughly twice as many guns per capita in the United States as there were in 1968: more than 300 million guns in all.


So what is the percentage of homes with guns? Try to keep up.

The number of households owning guns has declined from almost 50% in 1973 to just over 32% in 2010, according to a 2011 study produced by The University of Chicago's National Opinion Research Center. The number of gun owners has gone down almost 10% over the same period, the report found

https://www.cnn.com/2012/07/31/politics ... index.html

https://www.washingtonpost.com/?utm_term=.3394fe7828a6
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By eriknben10
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So my history isn't flawed. But you knew that. :roll:
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