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Wedding rings are the world's smallest handcuffs.
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Never ask two questions in a business letter.
The reply will discuss the one in which you are
least interested and say nothing about the other.
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Weekend, where are you?
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Nothing is impossible to a person who doesn't have to do the work.
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Weinberg, as a young grocery clerk, advised the grocery manager to get
rid of rutabagas which nobody every bought. He did so. "Well, kid, that
was a great idea," said the manager. Then he paused and asked the killer
question, "NOW what's the least popular vegetable?"
Law: Once you eliminate your #1 problem, #2 gets a promotion.
-- Gerald Weinberg, "The Secrets of Consulting"
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Weinberg's First Law:
Progress is only made on alternate Fridays.
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An expert is a person who avoids the small errors while sweeping
on to the grand fallacy.
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Weinberg's Second Law:
If builders built buildings the way programmers wrote programs,
then the first woodpecker that came along would destroy civilization.
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Weiner's Law of Libraries:
There are no answers, only cross references.
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Welcome thy neighbor into thy fallout shelter.
He'll come in handy if you run out of food.
-- Dean McLaughlin.