What I love about this:
A) It's called The Yacker Tracker. No giggles or grins about it. That's its name and there is NOTHING funny about it.
B) It looks like this.
C) Here's the description of it on the DEMCO website.
Select the appropriate sound level for any given situation with this adjustable sound-activated noise monitor. It appears to be a traffic signal, but actually signals too much noise. The green light stays lit until noise in the room goes above the set level, then flashing yellow comes on as a warning. When sound levels reach 20 decibels above the set level, a red light and optional siren sound comes on.As the ever watchful What Adrienne Thinks About That mentioned, "Who in their right mind would think that setting off a siren is an appropriate response to noise?" I personally think it's hilarious. I can only hope that the noise it emits is shrill, ear-piercing, and deeply painful screech akin to teeth sawed repeatedly across a blackboard. You would think that DEMCO would consider offering a sample of the sound. Ah well. A girl can dream.