|Freebsd Murphys Law: 476 of 833|
You can't fix it if it ain't broke.
|Freebsd Murphys Law: 477 of 833|
First rule of intelligent tinkering:
Save all the parts
|Freebsd Murphys Law: 478 of 833|
Access holes will be 1/2" too small.
Holes that are the right size will be in the wrong place.
|Freebsd Murphys Law: 479 of 833|
If it would be cheaper to buy a new unit, the company
will insist upon repairing the old one.
|Freebsd Murphys Law: 480 of 833|
If it would be cheaper to repair the old one, the
company will insist on the latest model.
|Freebsd Murphys Law: 481 of 833|
The primary function of the design engineer is to make
things difficult for the fabricator and impossible
for the serviceman.
|Freebsd Murphys Law: 482 of 833|
That component of any circuit which has the shortest
service life will be placed in the least
|Freebsd Murphys Law: 483 of 833|
Any circuit design must contain at least one part which
is obsolete, two parts which are unobtainable and three
parts which at still under development.
|Freebsd Murphys Law: 484 of 833|
Important letters which contain no errors will develop
errors in the mail.
|Freebsd Murphys Law: 485 of 833|
Office machines which function perfectly during normal
business hours will break down when you return to the
office at night to use them for personal business.