The photograph in this post is actually the pocket of a tee-shirt that I bought on sale this past winter. I didn't pay a lot of attention to the tee-shirt when I purchased it. The price was right, and it was one of the shades of blue that I like.
This weekend I got so many of my tee-shirts dirty that I got down to a new level in the pile, and this new shirt was the one that came up for me to wear after my shower. I didn't think about it a lot until I saw the warning label when unfolding the shirt.
But it is even harder to imagine that a company would be worried about being sued for someone having a shipwreck from using a tee-shirt to navigate.
There are a lot of strange things that happen every day, but this is one of the weirder things that I have seen.
I am just going to hope that this is a temporary bit of insanity invading the Southern Outer Banks.
We have enough challenges in our little piece of paradise without worrying about lawyers suing people over navigational tee-shirts.
There is plenty of room for people on the Crystal Coast, but I would hope that we can keep the number of tee-shirt lawyers at zero.