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Question: Do you think Ozarks residents and communities can do more to be safer during high winds and tornadoes? To vote, please go online to News-Leader.com. Vote by 5 p.m. and see results in Saturday's newspaper.
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Since: Mar 10
#1 Mar 2, 2012
No. I agree with, but not quoting at all, Nick Reed's point.
I use to sit out back while the storm warning sirens went off. It happened so often, it was not really an alert. It was normal. Just telling me a good storm to look at was here.
On the phone, chit chatting sometimes. Stupid sirens. Often the sirens went off all night long. What was I suppose to do? Sleep in my closet half the summer?
Other than not turning the sirens with every storm, I cannot even fathom a way it could be improved unless you have different sounds for actual sitings or damage in the area.
Since: Mar 10
#2 Mar 2, 2012
And I still probably will sit out back...
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