I went to the midnight showing of the Dark Knight Rises last week. I got home from the theater about 3:30am and scrolled through FaceBook reading people's thoughts on the movie. I had just turned off my computer. And was about to switch off my TV when the ABC News Special report flashed on the screen about 4am. Over the weekend I was as riveted by the news coverage of the shooting as I was riveted by the movie. I was going to come on here and post my smart-assed comments about costumes my fellow movie-goers wore. I would have made some quips in regards to Bane/Bain Capitol, Mitt Romney and Rush Limbaugh. But in the wake of the tragedy I just didn't feel like it. The whole thing is very upsetting. Not just because of the horror that befell the victims and their families. But also for the people that in the future want to enjoy some harmless fun and dress up as their favorite heroes at these movie showings. That's not going to be allowed anymore. And Batman, who I have been a fan of since I was a little kid. Will Batman still be brought to the screen with the same intensity as we've seen in recent years. Or does he go back to being portrayed in more of a cornball light as the Joel Silver films of the 90's. And now, as a sports fan, as much as I look forward to being glued to the TV watching Olympic coverage. I pray that nothing tragic happens during the coming weeks in proximity to the games.