It's been a little over a week since the James Holmes shooting spree in an Aurora, Co. movie theater that has left 12 dead and more than 50 wounded. For most of us we are still trying to wrap our minds around the tragedies of that night but, according to Dane Cook it's time to move on. See the video of we should get over it.Dane Cook has been known to make controversial jokes at the expense of religion, race, sex orientation...pretty much on whatever is on a Federal Employment poster he has made the butt of a joke. I admit some of his A.D.H.D type humor I like. Some of it I just don't get and really don't care to.

But, is it too soon to start making jokes like these? I agree with the thought that in order to deal with hard feelings that we all experienced the morning we woke to the devastating news of the massacre. However, even I who can find some distorted humor in times of tragedy or hurt, in a situation where some many lost their life I am struggling to find Dane's joke funny.

Comedians have spoken out against the unusual comedian. Some say this is an art form and some you may like some you may not. The crowd at the comedy show was taken a little of guard you could hear some laughter but, mostly groans. Do you think it's too early to start joking about the massacre?