I guess the IDF thought it would be fun and entertaining to have Uri Geller show us through Internet magic how long we have to seek cover in case of a missile attack, but for some reason I’m not feeling the fun.
The website begins with Uri Geller in a room full of spoons and as you start to type in the name of your town in Hebrew, Uri interrupts to tell you he can guess which town you mean.
Then, through magic, Uri will tell you how long you have from when the siren goes off until the missile hits your house.
Israel’s next war will probably involve lots of missiles falling all over the country. Obviously, some IDF psychology study thought that this would be a great and less stressful way to transfer this important information to the general population.
And, by the way, why has my warning time been cut down to a minute and half?
I’m not amused.
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