This is a *VERY* common mis-understanding of how the income tax rates work.
Had there been perfect response by armed teachers at every event this year, at most 37 deaths would have been prevented, though that's the upper bound of somehow stopping them before they even start. I don't care to speculate on how many accidents would be added by having firearms in classrooms. There *will* be moments of carelessness.
Your macho fantasy world isn't the true world.
Base rate analysis matters, dumbass.
How do you have any confidence at all that your mail-in ballot is counted?
How do you have any confidence at all that central counting place hasn't been corrupted?
Centralization does nothing in vote counting except create large-scale single-point of failure possibilities.
Um, ok. Every week makes a difference. Number of connections makes a difference. I find it makes even more of a difference when travelling in Europe, where they frequently weight (and weight-limit) carry-on bags.
Yes, one pound makes no difference when it's "once in a while". It's a different story when you're always on the road.