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September 21, 2017

How many people know what an SOS signal is?

Filed under: Uncategorized — furtherglory @ 5:35 pm

Today I was testing a whistle which I always carry with me in case I need help. I blew the whistle inside my house, where a door and one window were open. Although I blew the whistle several times, no one came to the open door, nor to the open window, to see what was going on.

During the time when I was blowing the whistle, I could see people passing my house. No one paid any attention.

The SOS signal is 3 longs, two shorts, and 3 longs. Good luck getting someone to come to your aid.

So what should you do when you need help. Call 911 of course. If you call 911 and say that you are just testing, you might be arrested, so I don’t recommend this.

2 Comments »

  1. Furtherglory wrote: “Although I blew the whistle several times, no one came to the open door, nor to the open window, to see what was going on. […] The SOS signal is 3 longs, two shorts, and 3 longs. Good luck getting someone to come to your aid.”

    No surprise. You said OIO. 😉

    The SOS signal is 3 shorts, 3 longs, 3 shorts.

    Comment by hermie — September 21, 2017 @ 9:22 pm

    • roflmao!

      Comment by blake121666 — September 22, 2017 @ 5:25 pm


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