“Medication” is a strange word to use for this substance.
It’s medication for floors, giving them (and now kids’ stomachs) an “attractive, low lustre finish.”
Too bad no one in a position of authority seems too concerned about the kids brains having a “low lustre finish”.
Newsweek reported that Weiss said the kids are doing great but had some stomach aches, headaches, and burning in their mouths and throats after ingesting the medication.
It’s not like these containers aren’t labeled…?
well you know, some kids were getting the runs so sealant seemed like a good plan.
The illustration that accompanies this piece reminded me of something that DALL-E might come up with, so I plugged in the first sentence just to see. I don’t know what those kids might think, but I think these images pretty well capture how I would expect to feel after a refreshing glass of floor sealant.
“To err on the side of caution we will be suspending the campfire sing-alongs until further notice.”
So does your colon, now…
I was going to feel really old if somebody didn’t have a New Shimmer comment on this post.
This may be a case of bad product design. If a product is potentially dangerous it should be obvious in some way.
There’s a subreddit called “Dangerous Design” and there you can see a collection of stuff like a bleach bottle that’s almost identical to a milk one, both with the same brand.
That’s because MidJourney is another AI of the kind DALL-E is. BB have been way ahead of the curve when it comes to AI post illustrations.
When in doubt, blame Sarah Palin.
Though, these days, the milk might rival the sealant in terms of chemical content. Nonetheless, WTF.
I did not realize that, but it certainly explains a lot.
Ugh, as if the kids didn’t read the required WHMIS workplace labels applied to all containers that the product was decanted into.