http://www.aolnews.com/opinion/article/opinion-wacky-warning-labels-are-no-laughing-matter/19506423 This year's 2010 Wacky Warning Labels Contest finalists tell the tale. We'll be picking the "winners" in a nationally televised poll later this month, but the finalist list always attracts attention. * "Never operate your speakerphone while driving," warns a label on a product called "Drive 'N' Talk." * A motorized go-cart helpfully warns consumers that "this product moves when used." * A bottle of swine growth supplement called "Piglet Blast" cautions, "For animal use only." * The Bluetooth headset alerts its users that "use of a headset that covers both ears will impair your ability to hear other sounds." * And a pair of swim goggles alerts users to the risk of pulling them away from the face, lest they "spring back and cause injury." Got to love the go kart warning. Yet as the article goes onto note the use of warning labels can get a exaggerated as we have a culture that dictates that some else is at fault for every mishap.