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Firing strobe weapons at an entire neighborhood is a reckless act of violence.
marjaerwin
I have been sick for two days with migraines and vomiting after getting strobed. Many people can have seizures from getting strobed.

P.S. I keep getting strobed.

Turn signals, unsafety signals, and hazardous lights all blind me, disorient me, sometimes hit me with migraines, and sometimes cause me to stumble into the street.

Emergency lights blind me, disorient me, inevitably hit me with migraines, cause me to lose my balance, and leave me sick and in agony for days afterwards.

P.P.S. Someone is firing a fast strobe out by the road right now. I know that those of us with strobe sensitivities aren’t allowed to drive on abled people’s roads, but we still have to walk down abled people’s roads, cross abled people’s roads, etc. I am safe here and I hope no one gets injured or killed this time.
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I'm guessing you're referring to the Christmas season decoration fad of 2016?

No.

On October 20th, from about 4:00 AM to about 5:00 AM, my neighborhood got hit by an especially fast and powerful blue strobe bombardment. That's what got me so sick.

And yesterday it was a milder orange strobe.

Edited at 2016-12-02 12:06 am (UTC)

Another pre-dawn strobing. Had a hellish migraine to begin with.

Edited at 2016-12-11 11:38 am (UTC)

Afternoon strobing. Also two earlier beatings.

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