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Wednesday, December 12, 2007

Good Advice

Michigan Law Abuse Watch (MLAW) is an organization tracking how runaway lawsuits is resulting in seriously ridiculous warning labels and signs.

Like, after the hot McDonald's coffee lawsuit, we are now seeing "Caution: coffee is hot" warning labels.

They held their annual contest of the dumbest warning labels.  This year's winner cautions us to "avoid death".


Someone get me a pen; I need to write that down in case I forget.  "A-V-O-I-D  D-E-A-T-H."  Got it.

Personally, I think the 2nd place winner is better.  It appears on a Shrek Donkey iron-on T-shirt transfer:


"Do not iron while wearing shirt".  Good to know.


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