A quick word about adhesive contracts

Alright, Now Computing, I received my new Stormfly in the mail yesterday and I believe I’m now qualified, based on my initial observations and experience with the device, to make the following comment:

You are taking the term “adhesive contract” way too literally.

It's meant to be a metaphor.

The word “adhesive” is supposed to be metaphorical when describing contracts.

It’s worth noting that “the instructions contained herein” are not accessible without removing the label and opening the device.

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2 Responses to A quick word about adhesive contracts

  1. DwH says:

    poking it with that is not going to help though

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