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We need 1.21 gigawatts to power the flux capacitor.
I also have a new boss who doesn't give me any projects. As bored as I am, I'm glad to have a job, and hope it lasts. Most local companies have hiring freezes and/or layoffs.
301,621,157 people in the US
11,251,828 Total CRIMES
1,408,337 Violent (seperate from murders)
16,929 Murders (not included in violent)
855,856 Aggrivated Assault - a reckless attack with intent to injure seriously (as with a deadly weapon)
2,176,140 Burglaries - Lowest since 1991
This gives a
In 2005 there were:
419,640 - Non fatal Gun crimes
8,478 - Handgun deaths
2,868 - other gun deaths
2,147 - Knife deaths
671 - Blunt object deaths
2,528 - Other object deaths
USDOJ Source.gov http://www.ojp.usdoj.gov/bjs/homicide/tables/weaponstab.htm
In 2007 there were:
60,975,000 - Total Population (estimate)
1,045,369 Violence crimes
3,810,971 Total Crimes
This gives a 1.7% violent crime rate (1,045,369/60,975,000)
So the UK has a crime rate roughly 3.61 times worse than the US in violent crime rates.
Does fear of being shot deter criminals in the U.S.? Are citizens of the U.K. better at reporting crimes?
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