Stan Griffiths wrote:
> > 3. They do not have a requirement for purchasers to certify their
> >intended use of the product before buying it, and they cannot control the use
> >of it either. Just like hand-guns.
> In 59 years I don't recall ever having to certify my intended use for any
> product I ever bought, other than perhaps prescription drugs. So I guess I
> miss the point of this statement.
I bought some reject fiberglass pole-vaulting poles from the
manufacturer to build a big quad. The company made me submit a letter
to them certifying that I abso-GODDAM-lutely wasn't *ever* going to use
them for pole-vaulting.
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