When I was a wee lad my mother would take us to the Oscar's Drive-In for a hamburger treat.
Anyway, a short distance away was an air raid siren.
If I was in school when the test happened, we students would duck-and-cover.
We would duck under our flimsy wooden desks, put our heads between our legs to kiss our butts goodbye while the teacher closed the window blinds so we wouldn't be cut by broken glass. Yeah, like that was the worst that could happen.
Adults were supposed to remember where the too few public fallout shelters were.
Hawaii got a taste of that history over the weekend. They learned how utterly useless are such warnings and how totally insane the world is.
Rod Serling's Twilight Zone showed what would really happen in the episode, The Shelter.