The chances of you dieing in a mass-shooting is smaller than winning the lottery. It just shows how influetial the media is and how easy it is to fear-monger when people are afraid to go to movie theaters.
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Mass-shootings are definied as incidents were 4 or more people are shot, not killed, just shot. I don't like the idea of being shot either. Last year, America had on average more than 1 mass-shooting a day. Only the biggest are really covered on mainstream media. Incidents where just 1 or 2 people are killed aren't really covered on the mainstream media. With each high profile mass-shooting/killing we get more gun sales. This makes it even easier for guns to end up in the wrong hands due to our crappy laws that allow stuff like the "gun show loophole", which increases the rate of mass-shootings we see.
I'm not for a complete ban on all guns. I'm just for better regulation and banning certain types of weaponry. I still don't get why I can walk into a store right now and walk out with an assault rifle same day, but I have to wait 3 days if I want a pistol. I don't get why we have a list of people that we can ban from planes because they're suspected terrorist but these same people are more than welcome to buy assault weapons.
4 ≈ One