Overlawyered warning labels are famous for assuming idiotic consumers. Here's one that goes the other way, on a box of light bulbs:
"To save energy costs, find the bulbs with the light output you need, then choose the one with the lowest watts. This bulb emits 710 Lumens."
Ah yes, let me get out my lumenometer, which every household is required to own. Should I measure the desired lumen output in daylight, dusk, or night? With shade or without?
The whole thing is just ridiculous. Only serious photographers have light meters, and I'll bet even a shutterbug wouldn't know how to apply the reading for this purpose.
An older Korean-looking woman got on the bus, and faced the driver.
Lady: DISSA BAWSSA GAW TAW DJAPP-LAPP!
Driver: Um, I didn't quite understand....
Lady: DISSA BAWSSA! DISSA BAWSSA GAW!
Driver: Uh, no, the last part, does this bus go to .....?
Lady: DISSA BAWSSA GAW TAW DJAPP-LAPP! DJAPP-LAPP!
Finally the driver smiled and shrugged his shoulders, and the
lady got on. She was still on the bus at the point where I got off,
so I never learned if she reached the mysterious and tantalizing
land of DJAPP-LAPP.
Zogby & Terri
Via NRO, a Zogby poll on end-of-life preferences, which seems more plausible because it asks a more fair question.
I'll vouch for Zogby's consistent fairness. I've been on their online polling list for several years, and I've never
seen a badly formed or leading question. (They didn't hit me on this particular poll, just to be clear.)