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7952 Danger electricity is deadly Sydney Sept'08 Kate/Sydney
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I think the Easy puzzle came in contact with the wires!
13/Mar/09 12:07 AM
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Now that is what I call a warning!
13/Mar/09 12:26 AM
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Fair warning!
13/Mar/09 1:01 AM
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Sometimes you've gotta tell people the obvious!
13/Mar/09 1:17 AM
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Yea thats definately a warning. Enjoyed the puzzle thanks Kate.
13/Mar/09 3:27 AM
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Everyone. I guess common sense is not all that common!
13/Mar/09 3:40 AM
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The same principle as writing "wet paint" and yet people will still touch it to make sure!!
13/Mar/09 5:57 AM
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The next time you're in a hardware store, look at the warnings on the ladders for sale. They're all a little silly, but all are required by U.S. laws -- sort of a CYA precaution. Good photo idea, Kate!
13/Mar/09 8:16 AM
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This photo could have been taken around here! I think such signs were posted in part because people would try to steal the wire to sell for its copper. No one said criminals were smart, and if more of them were smart AND successful, we wouldn't have a prison overcrowing problem!
13/Mar/09 9:25 AM
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LOL, puzzelzus! I KNEW there was an explanation!

We have a lot of stupid warnings: on a jar of peanut butter: Contains: peanuts (duh); "Do not use this lawn mower to trim your hedges" (evidently someone did, got hurt, and sued), etc.

Nowadays we should probably have these warnings in 3 or 4 other languages, and then have some pictographs for those who can't read!
13/Mar/09 2:05 PM
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