John Adams reads several provisions from the Alien and Sedition Acts and appears concerned at their content. As he reads the provisions aloud, members of the cabinet make an explanation to justify their presence. They claim that the House and Senate feel these acts are necessary for the security of the nation.
In this example of poor user experience design, the government has designed two identical buttons: one launches all of the country's nukes, and the other makes coffee. The takeaway is that the look of a feature should match its importance and urgency. A button that launches the nukes should probably be small, round, and not very easy to access, whereas a button to make coffee could be larger and in a more accessible place.