Anonymous, 11 Jun 2020While I reluctantly have to agree with you, the real world is not a kindergarten where everyon... moreNo, this was in response to McDonalds serving coffee at upwards of 190 degrees or higher, you know, at or above the boiling point. When you get a drink you expect it to be drinkable, not to have to wait at minimum ten minutes for it to cool to a temperature below the surface of the sun you misinformed [insert insult here]
Anonymous, 11 Jun 2020https://www.caoc.org/?pg=facts Stop spreading lies about this case again. The woman suffered ... moreFyi, when your prepare fresh coffee or is always too hot for consumption in the first few min...
Anonymous, 11 Jun 2020While I reluctantly have to agree with you, the real world is not a kindergarten where everyon... morehttps://www.caoc.org/?pg=facts
Stop spreading lies about this case again. The woman suffered THIRD-DEGREE burns from coffee, which McDonalds has known was far too hot for consumption, for years.
I'm a liberal guy. All I want is a real revolution, something like one system for the entire world. Thank you Twitter.
Good move, I say. Most people don't even bother to read the article at all in the first place.
P-CHM, 11 Jun 2020In fact, yes it is. A lot of products contain disclaimers so that the company may claim they w... moreWhile I reluctantly have to agree with you, the real world is not a kindergarten where everyone should take extreme care that other people don't hurt THEMSELVES due to their own stupidity. You might as well put people in straitjackets and padded rooms, but even they they'll find some way to harm themselves.
McDonald's has "Caution: Hot" labels on their hot cups of hot coffee because what do you know, some lady didn't understand that hot coffee is, in fact, hot.
What a useless feature. Tell that to all publications and media not to use misleading headlines, and let's hear some crickets.
Now if only Reddit would do this before allowing you to comment on a news post...
... In honesty, I haven't read the article in a post since last year
P-CHM, 11 Jun 2020But reading is so hard. I see the title that says "SHOCKING: Liberals want to allow mass killi... moreFacebook is bad on this front, it caters so much to old angey Boomers who share millions of these bad links and I see a lot of videos and titles which mention the kind of title you said.
Anonymous, 11 Jun 2020Sure, as if it's the companies' fault for their users' utter incompetence.In fact, yes it is. A lot of products contain disclaimers so that the company may claim they warned their consumers about the dangers of their products, even if these dangers are obvious. When the consumers are warned, then they can claim to not being responsible. But sometimes, courts rule that even this is not enough and that companies should do more to adequately protect their consumers.
Twitter here is doing just that: warn that sharing news without even reading it is dumb and even dangerous (for democracy and more, let's not forget news that broke about some people believing in purely fake news and then committing crimes).
But reading is so hard. I see the title that says "SHOCKING: Liberals want to allow mass killings" and I see the picture. That should be enough for me to share and call for imprisonment for all liberals around the world and for everyone that disagrees with me to be doxxed. I only read when it's worth it, like that story about that average mother that discovered this one weird trick that caused her to be hated by doctors around the globe.
(If it wasn't obvious, /s. That's great to finally have, even if social media are designed to be cancerous places where constructive discussion is forbidden and emotions are better than reasonable thoughts)
Funny that it takes a murder and a riot for companies to do something like this when it should be from the start