Hey, Ambo Driver!
Saw your post on foolish attempts to bring the not-yet-stinky-but-definitely-cooling back to.
While you're passing on such pearls of wisdom, you think that you could circulate the concept to rural fire personnel that they don't have to run lights and sirens when, say... they're going to lunch? That it's possible to run the lights without the siren? That, when they run Code 3 to a Citizen Requests Assistance (Fell down; can't get back up) call in which the dispatcher specifically said during the page-out that the caller had begged for no lights and sirens in her cul de sac neighborhood, that she'll likely decide NOT to call, next time she could use the assistance of a burly firefighter or two?