This is mostly directed at the article that ran yesterday about the dude sueing Activision for the Wii Guitar Hero 3 game having mono sound when it advertised Stereo, claiming "actual" damages and a bunch of other stuff that he won't be able to prove. When people sue companies for dumb stuff mostly due to their own stupidity we get even better warning lables for products afterwards. You know like when you get a coffee at McDonalds and it says "Caution: Hot" on it. Its coffee, its supposed to be hot.
There is also an article on AOL this morning that highlighted a few others. One for a letter opener had a warning label on it saying you should use protective goggles when you use it to open a letter. You just know someone stabbed themselves in the eye with it and then sued the company. Another for an iron on tshirt transfer that said "Do not iron on while wearing tshirt."
So a simple sticker might have saved Activision some embarassment, but at least they have a disc replacement that will fix it if I remember correctly.
However, do you think a warning label on say mature rated games would get parents' attention more than the rating itself? Like saying..."Warning, if your kid is stupid and plays this game he might try to act it out because you are a dumb ass parent."
I'll post a few I found that I thought were pretty good.