Disclaimer

Official HAE DISCLAIMER (pay attention, lawyers)

GOVERNMENT WARNING: (1) ACCORDING TO THE HAEMASTER GENERAL, PEOPLE SHOULD NOT ATTEMPT WINTER BACKPACKING JUST BECAUSE THEY HAVE READ THIS SITE, DUE TO THE RISK OF SEVERE INJURY OR DEATH. (2) CONSUMPTION OF THIS WEB PAGE IMPAIRS YOUR ABILITY TO SURF THE WEB OR OPERATE COMPUTERS, AND MAY CAUSE HEALTH PROBLEMS.

PRECAUTIONARY STATEMENTS

HAZARDS TO FLATLANDERS, YUPPIES AND GOMERS
CAUTION… Harmful if attempted by ordinary people, that means you. Do not attempt winter mountaineering anywhere except here in cybor-space. Avoid contact with the White Mountains in the winter time while carrying any sort of backpacking equipment. In case of contact, flush out of there immediately and drive to some two-planker place like Waterville Valley. Obtain psychiatric medical attention if the desire to go camping in sub-zero weather persists. Remove all cellular phones, GPS receivers, laptop computers, and blow dryers before going hiking in New England. Do not, under any circumstances absorb alcohol, cannibal saliva, or other mind altering substances while outside in the New England wintertime. Always carry a rain parka and 20 bucks.

STATEMENT OF PRACTICAL TREATMENT: If you catch winter survival camping fever by reading this web page then: drink heavily, watch TV, and forget about it. Call a therapist or mental control center immediately. Drink 2 to 4 six packs of cheap beer and induce vomiting by touching back of scrotum with finger. Do not induce vomiting or give anything by mouth to an unconscious or convulsing person. If on Skin or Clothing: Remove all winter clothing at once and store up in the attic. Wash before reuse. Get some shorts, sunglasses, and Hawaiian shirts if irritation persists. If inhaled: Remove victim to Florida. Apply artificial air conditioning if indicated. If in Eyes: Log off your web browser immediately. Flush with plenty of beer. Call your counsellor or doctor. Have this http address ready when calling a doctor. Note to Physicians: Emergency Information – call 1-900-4GO-MERS*.

PHYSICAL OR CHEMICAL HAZARDS: Contents under extreme pressure to survive. Do not view in high schools, work places, or the home. Chemical dependency is inevitable if used improperly. Do not store stove fuel, alcohol, or cannibal saliva near heat, sparks and open fires. Exposure to temperatures below 32oF may cause bursting of full water containers, injury or death in gomers.

DIRECTIONS FOR USE: It is a violation of Federal law to use this web site in any manner inconsistent with it’s labeling.

READ ENTIRE DISCLAIMER SECTION. USE IN STRICT ACCORDANCE WITH THE INSTRUCTIONS, PRECAUTIONARY STATEMENTS AND DIRECTIONS.

DRINK WELL BEFORE READING. KEEP PC SCREEN UPRIGHT AND POINT AWAY FROM MINORS

TO VIEW THIS WEB PAGE: Cover exposed monitors and remove all minors from the area. Open doors and windows in the room where the PC is located. Shut off all fans and air conditioners. Put out all flames, and hide all backpacking equipment. Leave trash everywhere. View only in trailer park with dead rusty cars and scrawny dogs outside. Point mouse on icon and click. Under no circumstances should one attempt winter mountaineering due to the information provided here. IMPORTANT: Do not remain at this web site for more than 30 minutes. Scan for viruses when done. Do not use this web site while on vacation in Maine, NH. or VT, and while waiting for some snow to go skiing. Do not read before going to buy outdoor equipment of any kind.

STORAGE: Store in a secure, preferably locked server away from heat and flame. Use a parental lockout program. DISPOSAL: Leave your trash outside the trailer. Throw it out the window.

NOTICE: Reader assumes all responsibility for safety and use not in accordance with directions.

*$2.50-4.99/min. Visa/MC/Amex/Disc. Int’l rates billed to your phone. All backpackers are 18+