Not long ago, I mentioned these cool sunshades that I got for my plane as a Christmas gift.
Not only do they look snazzy, but they keep the sun off of the radios and other instruments and prying eyes away from the interior contents.
However, when I went out to fly yesterday, I took a good look at the interior label on these sunscreens and realized that even here, in this environment, some skeevy tort lawyer had left a mark.
Really? An actual instruction to remove this windscreen sunshield before flying the plane? This suggests that somewhere at some time, someone was actually retarded enough to try to fly with something like this in place, and upon failing, that someone no doubt found a slimy tort lawyer to sue whoever made the sunshield. And now, because of some past stupid legal action or fear of a future one, I have to put up with an actual manufacturer's instruction telling me to do something that is so obvious that even an Obama voter should be able figure it out.