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January 18, 2005

void where prohibited by law

A friend sent me this link to a page of disclaimer stickers to go in your science text books. I think we should come up with some ourselves. I'll post mine here in a few.  Meanwhile, someone suggested I have a set of disclaimers of my own, as well as a user's manual. Somewhere in there would be this advice:

In case of PMS or severe headache, administer dark chocolate (70% cocoa or more) immediately and then back away. Slowly.

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How about:
"Warning! This person does not suffer fools lightly. Have your facts ready in order to defend any idiotic statements you plan on making."

I think that could apply to many of us.
Heh heh.

Posted by: *Name Hidden* at Jan 18, 2005 2:47:29 PM

Very good, Alicia. I forwarded the link around.

Oh, and if you develop a set of stickers such as the "apply chocolate" one, let me know. I could use a set. :-p

Posted by: leslee at Jan 18, 2005 4:53:38 PM

What a great idea! I'll work on some stickers and let you know when they are done.

Personal warning labels for people, I love it. I think we would all appreciate if people would wear them.

Posted by: Alicia at Jan 18, 2005 5:30:31 PM

I think, in the same vein as Name Hidden, that personal warning labels are quite a good idea, and, nearly echoing my darling arch nemesis on your blog :-) I'll make my warning label from something Bill Hick's once said while being heckled:

"Warning! I deal only in facts. Which is why I'm a cocky fucking bastard."

Posted by: David at Jan 18, 2005 8:52:04 PM

Oh my god, they agree on something. The apocalypse is nigh!

"Warning, contents under pressure. Approach at your own risk."

more to come.

Posted by: Alicia at Jan 19, 2005 11:06:33 AM