Wacky warning labels reflect high cost of liability rulings

You just can’t make this stuff up.  From today’s Detroit News:
‘Do Not Eat the LCD panel," proclaims the manufacturer’s warning label on a small liquid crystal display panel. "Always use this product with adult supervision," reads a label on the underside of a cereal bowl. Another says, "Not for use when vehicle is in motion" — for a portable toilet seat for outdoorsmen that attaches to a vehicle’s trailer hitch.
It reminds me of the warnings they used to put on lawn mowers, i.e. ""not to be used for trimming hedges".  These are the moronic people upon whom the Trial Lawyers (like John Edwards) thrive.
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