Thank you for buying a Samsung television. Please proceed with caution. Watching this TV might cause epileptic seizures, strokes, eye strain, disorientation, perceptual after-effects, and decreased postural stability. If any of the following symptoms occur, please stop watching 3D immediately: altered vision, lightheadedness, dizziness, muscle twitching, confusion, nausea, loss of awareness, convulsions, cramps, and/or disorientation. Do not entertain yourself with 3D if you are in bad physical condition, are tired, or are drinking alcohol. Finally, do not place your television near cables and other objects that could injure you.

While the above is not verbatim language from Samsung, all of the above warnings are included on Samsung's Australia website right here. Yes, folks -- according to the website, the only safe way to enjoy 3D television is to keep it away from cords (in fact, cut the TV cord right off!), watch that blank, black screen sober, fully awake, and in perfect medical health. And if you decide to be sassy and ignore the cable-free guideline, please avoid watching confusing 3D cinema, because confusion is a 3D no-no.

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