Bat Memories

But I have to tell you that before the third film, I snuck three hamburgers and a big bag of fries into the theater, as we were starting to get hungry after the first six hours and popcorn wasn’t cutting it. I had simply run to the local burger joint, loaded my cargo pants with the wrapped food, and broke it all out when we were seated for Act III.

The three of us giggled with guilt as we downed the contraband, and my wife commented that she was surprised I was able to do that given how tight the security had been. Who could have possibly predicted the irony of that comment?

Keep a good thought and say an earnest prayer for the victims from Colorado–both the living and the dead. And please realize, my friends, we are all among the victims.

Ron Ciancutti is the Purchasing Manager for Cleveland Metroparks. He is not on Facebook, but he can be reached at rdc@clevelandmetroparks.com.

 

 

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One comment on “Bat Memories

  1. Billy Moore on said:

    My 15 year old son and I went to the Batman movie two days after the shooting. During the movie an usher came and stood in the corner for a few minutes. After a couple of minutes you could hear people start mumbling who is that person. My son told me if something happened that the exit to the right is where we were going. Our hearts go out to the victims, which extend to everyone who was there or knew someone who was there. I hope our courts will send a strong message and a swift one. Unfortunately the odds are against it.

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