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There were 13 gun massacres in the 18 years before Australia improved their gun control laws in 1996. There have not been any since. See more

Posted in Crime & Law Tech & Science Business & Politics by Paul van der Maas

After the worst mass shooting in Australia's history, new gun control laws dropped their firearm homicide rate by 42% over the next seven years. See more

Posted in Crime & Law Tech & Science Business & Politics by Paul van der Maas

Research shows the ability to use guns in robberies makes similar levels of 'property crime' 54 times more deadly in New York City than in London! See more

Posted in Crime & Law Tech & Science Business & Politics by Paul van der Maas

Harvard research concludes gun deaths and firearm ownership are related. Crazy isn't it: "places with more guns have more gun deaths." See more

Posted in Crime & Law Tech & Science Business & Politics by Paul van der Maas

Americans make up less than 5 percent of the world’s population yet own roughly 42 percent of all the world’s privately held firearms. See more

Posted in Crime & Law Business & Politics by Paul van der Maas

In 2007, Yemen, a quasi-failed state torn by civil war, had 54.8 guns per 100 people. Compare that to the US's 88.8 per 100 people. See more

Posted in Crime & Law Business & Politics by Paul van der Maas

Estimated in 2007, the number of civilian-owned firearms in the US was 88.8 guns per 100 people. See more

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The US makes up less than 5% of the world’s population, yet it holds 31% of global mass shooters. See more

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The US has nearly four times the gun homicide rate of Switzerland, which is second in line when it comes to homicides by firearm per 1 million people. See more

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The US has nearly six times the gun homicide rate of Canada. Per capita. See more

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Apple’s profit for every iPhone 6 Plus sold is approximately $85 more than its smaller counterpart. See more

Posted in Tech & Science Business & Politics by Paul van der Maas

Apple is pretty secretive. They've created fake projects for employees and management to work on. If the news leaks, you can hit the road. See more

Posted in Crime & Law Tech & Science Business & Politics by Paul van der Maas

One of the original Apple computers sold for more than $387,000 in 2013. See more

Posted in Tech & Science Business & Politics by Paul van der Maas

In early 2015, Apple became the first ever $700 billion company. More recently, Apple overtook Google as the most valuable brand in the world. See more

Posted in Tech & Science Business & Politics by Paul van der Maas

No part of a Google office is allowed to be more than 150 feet away from some kind of food. See more

Posted in Tech & Science Health & Food Business & Politics by Paul van der Maas

Google employees in the US get death benefits guaranteeing that the surviving spouse will receive 50% of their salary every year for the next decade. See more

Posted in Tech & Science Health & Food Business & Politics by Paul van der Maas

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