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the emergency attention signal sound is scarier than the dang emergency, hot dang, man
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Apparently that sound is just sine waves of 853 Hz and 960 Hz, designed specifically to be scary and attention-getting. Well I tell you what, it does both of those things extremely well! It tears me right on out of my frame whenever I hear it from the sound alone - danger implications be darned. Anyone else feel that way? (To that extreme, I mean. I'm not asking if it simply does its basic job; I mean does it jumble your joobles good fashion, too!)
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when i was younger, i used to sleep with the radio on. as a result, one time, a national weather service warning came on and woke me up in the middle of the night, which scared me s***less
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So what can be superior when compared with paying out half the price for brand name children?
wow, if brand name children are on sale, maybe i can stop buying all these cheap knockoff children

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OK... even I'll admit that the Oakland Raiders' performance might be a valid reason to use the interesting words.

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It depends on the situation. If the weather outside looks scary, the emergency sound makes an ominous day ever more ominous. Sometimes the severe weather warnings are just annoying, though - especially when you have them every day in the summer, and they're usually for a distant county.
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Lord, yes. My sister and I joke that the intent is to kill you via heart attack before any tornado gets a chance to.


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