|Freebsd Murphys Law: 581 of 833|
If you are given an open-book exam, you will forget
If you are given a take-home exam, you will forget
where you live.
|Freebsd Murphys Law: 582 of 833|
At the end of the semester you will recall having
enrolled in a course at the beginning of the semester
-- and never attending.
|Freebsd Murphys Law: 583 of 833|
The one course you must take to graduate will not be
offered during your last semester.
|Freebsd Murphys Law: 584 of 833|
The more general the title of a course, the less
you will learn from it.
|Freebsd Murphys Law: 585 of 833|
The more specific the title of a course, the less you
will be able to apply it later.
|Freebsd Murphys Law: 586 of 833|
The most valuable quotation will be the one for which
you cannot determine the source.
|Freebsd Murphys Law: 587 of 833|
The source for an unattributed quotation will appear
in the most hostile review of your work.
|Freebsd Murphys Law: 588 of 833|
When a writer prepares a manuscript on a subject he does
not understand, his work will be understood only by
readers who know more about that subject than he does.
|Freebsd Murphys Law: 589 of 833|
Writings prepared without understanding must fail in the
first ojbective of communication -- informing
|Freebsd Murphys Law: 590 of 833|
When a student asks for a second time if you have read
his book report, he did not read the book.