Weekly Prompts Wednesday Challenge – Fine Print

“Do you know the difference between education and experience? Education is when you read the fine print; experience is what you get when you don’t.”Pete Seeger

This week’s Wednesday challenge here on partner Susan and my site is  FINE PRINT.

It is important that the fine print of a contract be read and studied and understood completely. That is why we retain lawyers to help us navigate the ins and outs of many legal documents we are obliged to sign. 

Other facets of life require an equal amount of understanding and concerned study so that we as consumers know the informed and correct way to use them. Businesses oblige us by providing the required information consumers need to use their products.

Many times however the size of this informational type is so small that we need the lens of the Hubble space telescope to help us figure out what the jibber-jabber is all about. A mish-mash of undecipherable letters and symbols is the end result.

The micro size type on prescription bottles, furniture assembly directions and a host of other unreadable entities do not help us to decipher the items we will be using or assembling.

This week we ask you to give us your take on the problem of coping with and interpreting the micro type used in today’s economy. The information is there in black and white but is impossibly difficult to read.

As always, our challenge is flexible, please interpret it in any way you wish – Words, Pictures, Poetry or Rhyme.

Please tag Weekly Prompts Wednesday Challenge – Fine Print.

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