Do we need to review the whole conversation?
You asked what we want to do about it, i said let's tackle obesity.
You have the anti gun agenda, i merely pointed out how it should be a low priority.
School massacres fall under violent crime, which is on a downward trend.Quote:
Is there a trend in school massacres? Show the data so we can see if they are rising, descending or remaining stable.
If you want to split those kind of hairs that's on you.
I've already demonstrated that guns !=school massacres.
So as i see it, we are back to looking at real risks, and again, obesity is a much, much greater threat to our population (by an order of magnitude) than shootings, much less school massacres.
It's also a much more attainable goal, having fit, healthy children (or population as it may be); rather than trying to contain every contingency a madman could come up with.
So yeah, you're the drunk stumbling in the dark, methinks, asking for such numbers in light of the big picture.