I learned something very interesting today at the doctor's office: it seems that it isn't coincidence that Waco, Texas, Columbine, and VT (she had other examples I've already forgotten) all happened in April. We were talking about bi-polar issues, and she said that it's very common. People get depressed through the winter months and essentially hibernate. Then in April, it gets warmer, more sunlight, and they start to get more active, or agitated, depending on degree. They still have the dark thoughts and now have the energy to act them out. More suicides, too. Damn, it seems downright obvious when explained like that.