Wednesday, December 12, 2007

Is This What We’ve Come To?

I couldn’t let this go by without a comment even though it doesn’t match the theme of my blog. But then again, it does show what our society has come to when predatory lawyers like John Edwards file suits for people who lack any common sense whatsoever.

Sorta like the dhimmis we have today that bow to every offense – real or imagined – that some Muslims whine about.

The Wacky Warning Label Contest, now in its 11th year, is conducted by Novi-based Michigan Lawsuit Abuse Watch as part of an effort to show the effects of lawsuits on warning labels. Contest organizer Bob Dorigo Jones says the silly labels reflect how broken America's civil justice system is.

Here are the winners this year.

  • Kevin Soave of Farmington Hills, a Detroit suburb, won the $500 grand prize for submitting warning label on a small tractor that reads "Danger: Avoid Death"
  • The $250 second place was given to Carrianne, Jacob and Robby Turin of Greensburg, Pa., for a label they found on an iron-on T-shirt transfer that warns: "Do not iron while wearing shirt."
  • Richard Goodnow of Lancaster, Mass., earned the $100 third-place prize for a label on a baby stroller featuring a small storage pouch that warns: "Do not put child in bag."
  • Honorable mention went to Cyndi LaMonde of Traverse City for a label on a letter opener that says: "Caution: Safety goggles recommended."
  • Ann Marie Young of Fillmore, N.Y., took the second honorable mention for a warning she found which cautions users: "The Vanishing Fabric Marker should not be used as a writing instrument for signing checks or any legal documents."

Is it only a matter of time until warning labels must be put on products that offend Muslims? Just joking – or am I?

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1 Comments:

  • Here are my forecasts for next year's crop:

    1. Brassieres: Not suitable for infants under 6 months

    2. Lead Acid Batteries: Do not drink the contents

    3. Thongs: Not suitable for suspended loads greater than one ton.

    4. Condoms: Not suitable for infants under 3 months.

    5: Saudi Arabia: This Kingdom contains nuts.

    6: Zimbabwe: This visa is issued by the Government of Zimbabwe, and is not edible. Neither is anything else in Zimbabwe.

    I daresay there are many more...

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 2:31 PM  

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