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I'm not gonna be one of those nostalgic idiots who say "GOLDEN AGE OLD SCHOOL!" or anything like that, I'm just here to ask a question, why are school shootings more common despite tougher gun laws? Like in the 1800s-1950s, gun laws were extremely lax and almost every family owned one, plus life was a lot more violent (at least in the 1800's). I mean I get that guns were less advanced than they are today, but shouldn't more bullied and disgruntled children try to attempt some kind of mass killing? I mean weren't more people bullied back then? Why has there been more of this insanity going on now? Have we devolved into oversensitive idiots? Like what happened?
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