These days, anywhere in the world is "the danger area".
We don't all have civil defense sirens in our neighborhoods and towns.
All we have is a volunteer FD, and that siren blows every time someone's leaf burning gets out of hand or one of the old people at the home tries to sneak a cigarette.
We have an emergency broadcast system already in place, but it can be rendered ineffective by pre-recorded programming.
The ridiculous statements above about refrigerators and toilets are a lame attempt at grandstanding, maybe even humor(?), but there is a very serious side to this discussion.
It's a dangerous world, and there are more than just meteorological threats to be concerned about.
No one's saying that we should give the government anymore access to our lives than they already enjoy.
Hey, if NH wants to live free or die, then I say good riddance anyway.
See, I can make lame jokes too.