Thanks and that is exactly what my family is doing. I have had to remind the 10 and 12 year olds that their brother is freaked out by it and do not throw gas on the fire which of course is what they are doing, just not as much as i thought they would have or could have done. I think they were freaked out by it becuase of where it happened but were able to roll with it. They have been taking it easy on their younger brother. Not really rankled, the advice about not letting them watch the show is moot because my time machine is in the shop and I can not undo the 2 seasons of the show. Tonight he and his brothers are joking about it and he told me he was sorry he was acting like such a dork. I got the whole family hunting permits and am sure we will have another good night of sleep. I guess that is the great thing about kids is the are resilient, they just bounce right up and move on. I personally feel that had my son NOT watched shows like the Walking Dead or Breaking Bad or Dexter his break may have been more severe after he saw the picture of the victim on the playground at school. A couple of his classmates have missed school today, tomorrow there is some sort of teacher conference set up. Seems thay want to find the boys or girls who showed thie pictures.