With the tragidy of the mass killing during the Dark Night Rises movie, are you hesitant to go to a theater now?

With the tragidy of the mass killing during the Dark Night Rises movie, are you hesitant to go to a theater now?

Bignuf Bignuf
Honestly, crazy as it may be, and as rare as such horrors might be, I am now just nervous about going to the theater to see this movie...or any big new movie opening.

How about you?
07/21/2012
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ToyTimeTim ToyTimeTim
Nope, things like this will never deter me from going out to any place. I am a firm believer that when it's you time to go...it's time to go. Not only that, but living in fear of something only makes that fear stronger.
07/21/2012
Moniqua Moniqua
no.
07/21/2012
Mwar Mwar
No.
07/21/2012
Gracie Gracie
Actually I was not all that interested in Batman. I grew up with the Adam West Batman and I like that campy fun Batman best. But now I think I might have to go. It's making a statment. The bad guys don't win, we will not be controlled by fear!
07/21/2012
LoveYouLikeThat LoveYouLikeThat
No.. but it has taught be to be more aware of what is going on around me.
07/21/2012
spineyogurt spineyogurt
No of course not
07/21/2012
FemmeFlo FemmeFlo
I'm still going to go see the movie. That was just one crazy guy. Another shooting is really unlikely.
07/21/2012
namelesschaos namelesschaos
No these attack are incredibly rare and even if you told me there will be an attack on movie theater tomorrow consider this: There are about 39,000 theaters in the US ,if one where to be attacked at random, the odds of you being in the one attacked in my hypothetical scenario is .00002; that number comes out of my calculator in scientific notation, and note that is just you being in the theater , an attack will only happen at once showing time of multiple, so the odds of you being there at the time of the attack is even lower and... you get the picture I have much more probable things to worry about.
07/21/2012
vanilla&chocolate vanilla&chocolate
No. I live relatively close to where the shooting happened, but I will still go to theaters.
07/21/2012
meitman meitman
I'll still go out without fear. I live in a smaller rural community so it's less likely to happen here, but you never know. I wont let fear run my life although you can always be more conscience of your surroundings.
07/21/2012
xMila xMila
It won't stop me from going to the movies, but I did feel a little weird when I went to see The Dark Knight yesterday, thinking this is what those people were watching when the crazy guy killed them.
07/21/2012
MrWishyWashy MrWishyWashy
Absolutely not. Unfortunately tragic events like this happen, but you simply can't live your life in fear.
07/21/2012
MistressDandelion MistressDandelion
I don't think it made it worse for me who already don't like going to the movies, but it reinforced my belief that people are crazy and that being around them is dangerous.
07/21/2012
LLmama LLmama
Guess I'm going to be number one to say I wont go see batman in theaters now. I know it's rare, but the chance of a copy cat scares the fuck out of me! Shit... I'm 24 and still afraid of the dark! There's no way I could go without having a panic attack! I'm too worried I would leave my baby behind and not come home to her or something. Not a chance I'll see batman until it's on DVD!
07/21/2012
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