If, for some reason, you consider that a bad thing, take heart in the fact that at least you weren't one of the 20,000 people awakened by a midnight call from an automated alert system run by their town. This call was meant to alert a neighborhood that a 94-year old man with Alzheimer's had wandered off, but the person who put out the warning didn't exactly know what he was doing, and didn't limit the warning to a neighborhood.
The problem with receiving this alert is not that it would have awakened you late at night, but rather that receiving it would mean that you live in Ann Arbor. I cannot imagine a fate worse than that.
Ok, that was pretty weak, I admit.
"Oh well, at least it's over now."
"What are you talking about? It's only just beginning!"
"Oh why are we doomed to suffer? And why are those people watching voluntarily?!"