Some jackass over here went and murdered a convenience store clerk for no apparent reason and a few days later cops found him and he led them on a pursuit during which he started shooting at them from the passenger seat of the car he was in. His weapon of choice for these crimes was an 8 1/2" S&W500, that might be the dumbest gun ever to use in a crime spree. I own one, it only holds 5 rounds, mine is a 6 1/2" and it weighs over 5 lbs loaded. I suppose they'll try to outlaw these next even though this is the first crime I've ever heard of one being used in a crime. Fucking asshole shot himself with it and he's still alive. I hope he lives and is a mentally aware vegetable.
Using data on all eligible subjects from all six studies, Allison et al. estimated that 280,184 obesity-attributable deaths occurred in the U.S. annually. When risk ratios calculated for nonsmokers and never-smokers were applied to the entire population (assuming these ratios to produce the best estimate for all subjects, regardless of smoking status, i.e., that obesity would exert the same deleterious effects across all smoking categories), the mean estimate for deaths due to obesity was 324,940.