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By lollerskate - / Saturday 16 January 2010 15:37 / United States
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By  wanijima  |  6

...Talk about an extreme reaction to a smoke alarm. You definitely deserved that one. Next time check and see what the hell is going on first. Most times it's just the alarm being stupid, which doesn't mean you have to be, too.

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By  wanijima  |  6

...Talk about an extreme reaction to a smoke alarm. You definitely deserved that one. Next time check and see what the hell is going on first. Most times it's just the alarm being stupid, which doesn't mean you have to be, too.

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  bugmenotmofo  |  6

That happened to me once, but it went off in the middle of the night and wouldn't stop until you removed the batteries. The problem? The ceiling was too high, so I couldn't reach it. I had to wait for an hour for the batteries to run out.

By  perdix  |  37

This story stinks! Smoke alarms with low batteries chirp, they don't go off. Also, 911 would most likely ask about any sort of info about the fire before they'd send the trucks. The taxpayers don't need to pay these highly-trained heroes to run out just because you neglected to empty the crumb tray of your toaster.

By  perdix  |  37

I think I know who's moderating now. The job should be held by those who hold the entertainment of the readers first and foremost, rather than those who carry out personal agendas.

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