I thought this was a good quote from her surgeon: "Tucson is actually, for a trauma surgeon, very embarrassing and pathetic because violence is almost nonexistent," he said. "I know everyone in the country thinks World War III is going on in Arizona, but it's probably still the nicest place I can think of to live." Re: the insanity plea. Some lawyers that have been weighing in are saying it will be pretty difficult to plead insanity, since it looks like he planned it. Planning and foresight is one of the biggest giveaways that someone is competent. He had written down his plans, so that right there makes it very hard to say he was legally insane. Re: the angels. I signed up to volunteer at the funeral on Thursday. I've been getting email updates about it, and the plans. The State Legislature is expected to pass a new law today barring protesters from coming within 300 feet of funerals, in anticipation of the WBC coming to these services. But the church, family and police are still asking for peaceful volunteers to come and line the street where the WBC will be, so that the family doesn't have to see them or hear them as they go by. No signs are allowed, no speaking is allowed -- it is not to become a spectacle. The volunteers are to simply act as a barrier.