Labor Day’s come and gone, which means the end of summer movies and time to go back to work. Blargh.
“Glee” is back on TV, apparently to the delight of fans and critics alike.
Obama and Rep. Joe Wilson of South Carolina had a lie-off during Wednesday’s health care speech.
Anything else? Oh, right. The 9/11 Anniversary, aka “Remember how patriotic we all felt before ‘Freedom Fries’ and ‘Mission Accomplished’ made patriotism ironic?”
Seriously, though, maybe it’s time to subject the popular culture to a level of scrutiny it probably does deserve on this day. What do you think of 9/11’s effect on pop culture? Why haven’t there been any movies based on the events of that day since 2006, when both “World Trade Center” and “United 93” came out?
And when it comes to 9/11, what exactly constitutes “Too Soon?”
Sound off below; the thread is open for discussion.