Monday, December 15, 2014

Objects in Mirror

Read carefully, become familiar 
Consult for advice and assistance 
Statements preceded by the following words

Are of special significance 
Keep one of them in a safe place 
Make a note of the number in case 
You ever need to have a duplicate made.

If worn or frayed 
Or if their condition is doubtful 
Replace both front and rear 
Objects in Mirror are closer than they appear 

Check all items periodically 
Expect the unexpected 
Procedures other than those below

Could cause your claim to be rejected 
Remove cover, locate and identify each piece 
Position notches at right angles, push backward to release 
Do not splash on skin or in eyes

Turn counterclockwise 
with arrow pointing forward, 
As pressure starts to increase, stand clear. 
Objects in mirror are closer than they appear.

Matthew Young

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