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SparkFun’s Funny Take on Obligatory Product Safety Warnings

The clever copy some bright marketeer wrote for SparkFun’s Heaterizer XL-3000 is turning into a pretty awesome viral advertisement for the product, and for SparkFun itself. [via Boing Boing]

14 thoughts on “SparkFun’s Funny Take on Obligatory Product Safety Warnings

  1. I would love to see a change in tort law to not allow damages in any case where a product was not used for its intended purpose. That would save money on goofy lawsuits, lawyers writing disclaimers to avoid those lawsuits, and even paper to print long disclaimers written by the lawyers trying to avoid those lawsuits.

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