So I've steered clear from a lot of the Trayvon Martin murder trial, but there are a few points that keep running through my head that I didn't see addressed by the prosecution that I think they should've brought up. These things seemed obvious to me, and I kept waiting for the prosecution to mention them, when I was watching the trial. Then it occurred to me that not everyone works in an urban emergency room, and so not everyone may have the vantage point gained from experience that I've had.