Is it still save to go to the movies?
Usually it starts with a gang fight then the shooting begins, it looks like violence is everywhere nowadays, wiil it ever end?
I don't go to movies, malls or any place that is crowded with people. Haven't for years. I consider all of it dangerous on one level or another...just think of the diseases people carry these days? They don't need guns, all they have to do is breathe on you! And for Iburmaster: Didn't you read about the mall attacks awhile back?
its suppose to get worse not better as it says in the bible.... the he comes back..u can not stop it
Going to the movies is safer than getting on an airplane, driving a car, riding a bus, attending a concert or a myriad of other activities. If we allow ourselves to live in a bubble, surrounded by fear, then my question would be, "Who is the real winner?" I would be more afraid of catching head lice in a theater than I would be of a potential shooter.
by CrystalSingleton9 years ago
I just want to say I was outraged that I was charged $7.25 for my 13 month old to attend the new Dr Suess movie "Horton Hears a Who" with her older siblings of age 6 and 4. It's bad enough I pay for my own...
by Joel Diffendarfer3 years ago
Have you ever been to a drive-in movie?Being as "old" as I am, I lived my teenage years at the drive-ins...I think I remember every movie I ever saw...my best dates were at the drive-ins...the triple features...
by mooboomoo4 years ago
What do you love about going to the Theatre?Is it the atmosphere, the fact that anything can happen because it's live? Do you make a night of it - dinner, drinks, show and a walk along the river? Is theatre a romantic...
by SpanStar4 years ago
I'm a bit in the dark here. Having accepted a insanity plea what does that really mean?http://www.bing.com/videos/search?q=hol … r+shooting
by crankalicious6 years ago
Among my least favorite films are SHINING THROUGH and I AM SAM.My least favorite movie experiences usually involve somebody talking. What's that Darren Aronofsky film with the tree? I forget, but I do remember two old...
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