Nikon warning

Started May 28, 2012 | Discussions thread
bikinchris
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In reply to Tom_N, May 28, 2012

Tom_N wrote:

rsn48 wrote:

I'm sure the warning evolved because of some incident. Remember the woman who sued Mc Donald's because she was burned by hot coffee, apparently she didn't know it was hot.

While that woman did a really stupid thing (holding the coffee cup between her legs), there is a lot more to it than that.

http://www.lectlaw.com/files/cur78.htm

Sorry, I STILL think that was BS to blame McDonalds. She is the one who ordered HOT coffee. If she had ordered iced coffee and it burned her, sure go ahead sue them. She also didn't take care to open the coffee. Between her knees? Really?
I am sorry she was hurt, though.

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