An Associated Press article today talks about a $79 Halloween costume that copies what health workers wear when around people infected with the Ebola virus and that it may generate controversy.
You heard it here first: This Halloween someone, a B-list celebrity or the son of an A-lister, will dress as either a victim or perpetrator of the beheadings over the past summer. There will be outrage, opinion pieces, TV spots, etc. Defenders may point out that the color is appropriate for the season.
It's all grist for the mill, and dull for those of us who've been around a few decades.