Eric Thomas said...
|> Stella Liebeck, 79, purchased a cup of McDonald's coffee while a
|>passenger in her grandson's automobile. Ms. Liebeck attempted to hold
|>the cup securely between her knees while she removed the plastic lid.
|Only a complete idiot would place something that can tip over and
|contains a dangerous fluid in a pivotal hold such as this, which
Absolutely. If you can qualify to drive a car, you should
be capable of understanding that steam coming from a styrofoam[tm]
cup is an indication of a temperature different enough from
skin-normal that application of the liquid contents to the
body, especially a sensitive area such as the crotch, is
The mere fact that the liquid is contained in a styrofoam cup
is a tip-off that it's probably either very hot or very cold.
I realize that most states give out driving permits like trick
or treat candy, but but still - a minimum of intelligence and
sense is assumed!
|> Most consumers don't know that coffee this hot causes such injuries.
What a crock. Most consumers who have ever drunk coffee or
hot tea have burned their mouth more than once. If they
can't extrapolate from this that they shouldn't pour a cup
full of the same liquid in their laps, then they...
|... must be complete morons ...
Anyway, back to the list things...
I also concur that indexing and serving news articles is
completely different than indexing and serving mail list
archives. I don't even think indexing them and pointing
to the archives is necessarily reasonable without the list