Legal Disclaimers in Life After 60

  • Jan. 13, 2020, 8:25 a.m.
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We have all seen them. Those paragraphs that set forth the legal language to keep us out of lawsuits.
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Or my favorite when watching a commercial, “Don’t Try This At Home.” Two schools of thought. The people who need to be reminded not to try this at home are most likely the ones who are not old enough to read, or else we are raising a generation of idiots.
I am almost sure my parents told me not to touch a hot stove. And most likely I did anyway. But I am guessing it only took once. I say that because I don’t remember seeing signs around the house saying, Hot, do not touch. Which proves my point. I could read the sign at the age I would have the need to.
How stupid are we as a people? Rhetorical question there folks, I have a pretty good idea. A cop tells you do drop the gun or get out of the car, you do it. If you point a gun at them chances are you will get shot. Legal Disclaimer: The bullets CAN KILL YOU! They are REAL. (Had to cover my butt in case some 4-year-old is reading this. I don’t want to end up in prison.)
Enjoy your day!

Park Row Fallout January 13, 2020

We are seriously in trouble when it comes to idiots in the world. There is no doubt in my mind.

Douglas Kinney Park Row Fallout ⋅ January 14, 2020

And we can thank the "ambulance chasers" for a lot of it. Been injured in a care wreck? Call 1-800-CareWreck, We will screw over the poor fools.

crystal butterfly January 13, 2020

All the warning tags they have to put on stuff is because of injuries to people who have done it and still done it.

Douglas Kinney crystal butterfly ⋅ January 14, 2020

I will admit, I have seen some "adults" do some pretty stupid things. But I am sure they all read the warnings..

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