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ID:	76000 Yeah, those. they say things like "Coffee may be hot", Snickers bars that say "May Contain Peanuts" a Superman costume that says Wearing garment will NOT mean you can actually fly".

    Someone once said, "I'm not saying we should kill stupid people, I'm saying let's remove all the warning labels and see what happens.

    So, I saw one once that said 'Caution, pot can be hot when cooking" Now, I try to avoid using the language I picked up as a nuclear power plant operator. but, when I am summarily reminded about a warning label I ignored, I blush to say, I recall that language. As do my neighbors. The ones around the block.


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    I'm assuming you don't live in Calfornia.....Every product is known to contain chemicals THOUGHT to cause cancer..,,.....

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      HEY, THE most dangerous chemical in the world is DiHydrogen monoxide. 90% of serial killers report using it daily. if you inhale it, it can kill you in minutes. it is also known to carry other dangerous chemicals along with it. BAN DiHydrogen Monoxide NOW!

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        #4
        There's a great Penn and Teller video on that!

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          I saw this warning a long time ago at a power station, not sure where the original is but here is a copy.
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            #6
            Personally, I am a BIG fan of the Darwin awards, and agree that we should try eliminating the warnings and see what happens.

            A large company's employee handbook reminded employees to remember to blink?!?!?!

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