I keep seeing stories of how these folks lost on the tourist submarine signed injury/death waivers. I am betting that holds true for wealthy folks that want to ride one of the space capsules as well.... Heck we see them all the time. I coached little league ball for years and one of the primary reasons (other than old age) that I gave it up was the constant barrage of legal waivers and such. They even got to the point that we could no longer practice the kids anywhere but the county ballfields... A tough task with four ballfields and twenty teams. Even with waivers being signed, I am sure the lawyers will have a field day if the worst is realized for these poor folks on the tourist sub. How far do you take it though? Go to the amusement park and sign a waiver before you ride the roller coaster? Make your buddy sign a waiver before you take him fishing on your boat? I have been told by a lawyer one time privately that he doesn't even consider a liability waiver worth the paper it is written on, though that was a private conversation and I have no idea if there is any truth to that or not..... Isn't it time we decide for ourselves what risks we are willing to take to enjoy this one life we have to live and be done with these liability waivers?