Actually, nah, there's something about the new site that occasionally makes it impossible for me to either create paragraphs or edit. In some posts I've clearly found that return key; other posts not. Since you had previously completely whiffed on the purpose of waivers I can see why you'd like to try to simply create distractions through simple sarcasm. Fun and games.
Maybe go and talk to the lawyer who drafted those ESA waivers about whether they're designed to protect against negligence before stating things that are both wrong and against the actual interests of specialty camps everywhere. He'll say states differ on how strict they are, that with kids it's different because kids aren't considered competent to enter contracts themselves, but that basically yeah waiver of negligence claims and buttressing of assumption of risk is what they're for. He'll say it better than me but that's why they pay him the big bucks.