I’m impressed that you finally managed to look it up. Such initiative. You show promise. Not much. Well, none really.
By setting a criteria that select students have to meet. A very rigid criteria.Depends on what, specifically? How should we determine if a high school student gets to bring a gun to school according to you?
And once again, I didn't say anything about teachers.
Yes. Should we ban cars?
The UK is mostly white and have way fewer cars.We should certainly regulate cars. And move towards automated transport. And promote public transport.
The UK has less road deaths and murders than the US has murders.
The US road deaths rate is 12.4
The UK's rate is 2.9.
Add on the 1.2 rate for homicides in the UK, compared to the US's 5.0, and you know there's something very wrong going on in the US.
Each year, tens of thousands of people tragically die in traffic accidents. By latest count almost 37,000 people died last year in automotive accidents. Many of those people were pedestrians who were hit by cars. Others were passengers or drivers.... read morepersonalinjurysandiego.org
And then you have the right wing states.
Mississippi at 22.3
South Carolina at 20.6
Alabama at 19.5
What was done?
a·mountI’m impressed that you finally managed to look it up. Such initiative. You show promise. Not much. Well, none really.
But since I’m the one who advised you of the fact that there is a distinction between “amount” and “number,” I suppose I can give you a cracker/treat as a reward.
A sentence in a Slate story jumped out at me this morning because of the way the writer used amount and number. These two words are not interchangeable—they mean different things. Number is for things you can count such as pebbles, people, users, and timelines. Amount iswww.quickanddirtytips.com
Here’s a little graphic to simplify it enough for you:
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Yeah, tell us how well that law worked...lol