Do the Boston Marathon explosions change your views on attending or participating in big public events?

b_to_a_t.jpgSecond of two explosions at Boston marathon, April 15, 2013. The explosions took place about three hours after the winners crossed the finish line. The second one could be heard a few seconds after the first one. (Boston_to_a_T via Twitter)

The Boston Marathon explosions have some rethinking their safety at large public events. The people who run Minnesota’s largest marathon say they’re watching events unfold in Boston with an eye on what it might mean for their race, scheduled for this fall.

Today’s Question: Do the Boston Marathon explosions change your views on attending or participating in big public events?