- Nov 11, 2009
A sense of o proportion was the intended text. By that I mean that for some reason expectations regarding their caravan alarms are probably not matched by the actuality of dealing with the alarms fitted at home. When the period of occupancy and ease exit are taken into consideration the domestic home is probably the more important to check out. But how many do?I totally agree people should check their domestic smoke and CO alarms on a regular basis, and consider routes to escape etc, but I'm not sure I understand your concern about the "sense of propionate" being suspect.
What is worse - not having an alarm or an alarm that doesn't work?
As regards your Confucian style question, that’s beaten me.