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    Re: Projectors are damaging students and teachers...

    It burns !!! It Burns !!!!.....I'm meltiiiiinnnnnngg........

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    Re: Projectors are damaging students and teachers...

    Whats the problem with WIFI???

    ive always been told that "results were inconlusive" or "half studies showed effects and half didnt?"

    Whats your own opinions?

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    Re: Projectors are damaging students and teachers...

    So, if I stare into a really bright light for ages then it could damage my eyesight? Well there's a shocking revelation!! :-)

    Should we also put safety warnings at the top of staircases saying that throwing yourself down them can cause broken bones? Perhaps a note on the kettle in the staff kitchen warning about the dangers of boiling water, or cautioning people that inserting pens and pencils into your eyes can cause blindness?

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    Re: Projectors are damaging students and teachers...

    Yeah the poor kids

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    Re: Projectors are damaging students and teachers...

    My dad's Husqvarna chainsaw had a warning in the handbook that read:

    'Do not use when angry'

    presumably the result of a lawsuit...

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    Re: Projectors are damaging students and teachers...

    I seriously doubt they're used daily by 5 million students. I'll let you know when I see even ONE student using an IWB!!

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    Re: Projectors are damaging students and teachers...

    That is truly fantastic, Gwendes!!

    I think we have gone law-suit-preventing warning sign crazy though. I noticed recently that my carton of fruit juice advised parents of the dangers of sugary drinks and suggested that they consider replacing fruit juices with sugar-free drinks instead. Seriously?!

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    Re: Projectors are damaging students and teachers...

    http://www.innerllama.com/blog/?p=48

    *cough* unofficial *cough*

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