You've all seen the safety warnings that are listed as the first page or two in the instruction manual that accompanies every new tool. And if you're like most people, you've probably only glanced at them in your enthusiasm to get that tool unpacked -- if you've read them at all. It's unfortunate the overly litigious society we live in today has prompted the need to paste a warning label on every available square inch of just about everything we pick up. Unfortunate not because the warnings aren't valuable, it's just that we are so inundated and overwhelmed with them that we often don't give them the attention they deserve. Safety warnings are, however, there for a reason. Some are generic in nature, and some are very specific to that particular tool. And while many may seem like ...
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