I was out putting some lettering on a vehicle today when I heard the "something wicked this way comes" sirens blast off. I froze for a second....The skies were clear, the weather was awesome, and the sun was shining. Not a cloud in sight. I'm 5 minutes from downtown St Louis, and you can see the Arch from where I work. Did something just get blown up? Then I realized it was the first Tuesday of the month, and they were probably just testing the storm sirens. Then 30 minutes or so later I was inside working on something. I was rocking out to some totally wicked Creed (actually, Creed makes me want to smash my johnson with a sledge hammer..) when it cut in the middle song to that lovely emergency alert noises...ya know, the thing that sounds like a modem when you pick up the phone line (y'all remember modems, right?) But this didn't give a "this is a test of the emergency alert system" warning...it just cut to the chase in the middle of the song. Holy $hit! I thought....Started doing a mental inventory of what I needed to pick up before I blazed home and locked down the fortress...Then it finally gave a "this has been a test of the emergency alert system...." Really got me thinking about just how sudden something could happen. St. Louis is a major city, and a semi-likely spot for a terrorist attack. It would probably be another unassuming day, just like 9/11, or Pearl Harbor, that something majorly catastrophic would happen.... what would YOU do?