Originally Posted by moocow
are these stickers really bothering you guys that much?!?
I agree that those stickers don't look terribly bad, but I imagined that in time those stickers might start to deteriorate and look worse on their own. Figured it would be easier to remove them now.
The other issue is that I feel we live in a society where our legal system and litigious environment compel us to label everything we participate in with disclaimers and warnings. A case in point is the Navigation "Accept" screen. I once rented a Ford Taurus that had a bright yellow sticker that said, "Do not place cups or other loose objects in the cup holder while driving as this may present a safety hazard in the event of an accident." Soon all toilet manufacturers will be required to display, "make sure you wipe the floor after you urinate as wet floors may present a safety hazard to others." This is silly, because I never miss.