Posted by: Admin | March 20, 2011

For your own safety…

Several years ago I visited a tourist attraction in Florida which carried a veritable forest of “warning” signs such as “Riding in boats carries a risk of capsize” and “Please be aware that if it rains, you might get wet” (seriously). I wonder if they had previously been sued by a visitor who sneezed after being caught in a rain shower?

Soon after 9/11, I went through an airport that carried a circular sign with the word “TERROISM” crossed through and the word “NO!” for emphasis. I was so relieved.

My thanks to Anthony for sending me this selection of warning signs:


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