You have a better chance of being eaten by an alligator than shot in a library, unless we encourage people to bring guns to libraries...
Changed from Probably False to Definitely Unimportant
When I first saw your alligator post I thought that can't be true since
a) <25 people since 1970 reported killed by alligator, (not all of them actually eaten, but some for sure)
b) 22 people in library were shot Columbine alone
And then I spent a good 30 minutes looking for more people who were shot by guns inside libraries(note to the wise: stay away from "just outside the library" it seems like a kill zone...). I found 9 since 2010, or so that technically meet the criteria, though some were suicides and some were accidents. Case Closed? Nope.
While I was struggling to fill a boatload of examples I understood better that you were just employing rhetorical bombast and were not meant to be taken so literally, even if you 'stuck to your guns' when challenged...
It would be like saying you have more of a chance of being hit by an asteroid etc...
So, I was wrong to hold you to such a strict reading and offer my apologies.
However I still maintain that you were wrong in bluntly asserting that Undisclosed was 'Empirically False' in his assertation here while backing it up non-refuting if not downright contradictory data, which you did not deny in your reply to my challenge. Instead you just shifted the focus by then claiming "Percentage terms is what counts".
So if you are not wrong here, are you ever wrong? If you are never wrong, I apolgize again.
For sake of completeness here are the urls I found: