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In the midst of the San Bernardino shooting that left at least 14 dead and 17 wounded, New York Times reporter Liam Stack posed a stirring question to Twitter: “how often, if ever, do you think about the possibility of unexpected shooting in your daily life?”

The responses to his question revealed a strong feeling of distress among Americans who live in a country that has seen shootings on an almost daily basis in the past year.

Question for folks in the United States: how often, if ever, do you think about the possibility of unexpected shooting in your daily life?

— Liam Stack (@liamstack) December 2, 2015 Read more…

More about U.S., Us World, Us, Gun Violence, and San Bernardino

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Thinking about unexpected shootings is a daily ritual for some Americans