- — Mel Marginet (@mmarginet)Wed, Jul 25 2012 09:24:30
- — Lily (@LilyLivingstone)Mon, Jul 23 2012 00:09:42A link supporting that last RT about Batman costumes being banned following the theater massacre as a security measure: http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/lanow/2012/07/dark-knight-shooting-amc-theaters-costumes-banned.html …latimes.com/lanow/2012/07/dark-knight-shooting-amc-theaters-costumes-banned.html
- — Choc Chip Brownie (@TayyubP)Sun, Jul 22 2012 18:41:43Americans are stupid. After a tragic theater shooting what do they do? They ban batman costumes & still allow guns to be sold. #WellDoneUSA
- — Courtney Stoker (@cnstoker)Sat, Jul 21 2012 06:05:55I think movie theaters turning away cosplayers is very unsurprising, given the pathologization of them in particular among fans. #gally1
- — SarahPalinSux (@SarahPalinSux)Fri, Jul 20 2012 20:39:47AS AM I RT @shannynmoore I am baffled the response to the theater shooting is to ban costumes and toy guns at theaters.
- — showbiznews (@star_news_today)Fri, Jul 20 2012 15:45:11Movie Costumes Banned In Wake Of Aurora Theater Shooting: Big movie openings typically bring out elaborate cost... http://bit.ly/PmAAod