No, I hadn't seen that one. I was back estimating from an aggregated estimate, which was obviously 40 percent high, as your more accurate number is 349 children killed by televisions since 2000, only five times higher than the number of children killed in school attacks. But obviously even one child killed by televisions is too many, and this television holocaust will not stop until we ban them and eliminate them from society entirely. But lots of people who care more about watching Star Trek reruns than dead children oppose these efforts. And then we can work on banning dressers, cabinets, sofas, stoves, swimming pools, and most importantly, cars, none of which are protected by the Constitution, and all of which are pretty useless at stopping a crazed lunatic intent on murdering your family and stealing all your stuff. Even according to the Brady Center, that happens over 100,000 times a year, whereas other estimates put that number at several million. This keeps things like the US assault rate at about a sixth of Australia's. BTW, about 90,000 Americans have died since Sandy Hook. Listing them by cause would leave those killed by violent homicide as a tiny footnote at the bottom.