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Karlson's Theorem of Snack Food Packages:
For all P, where P is a package of snack food, P is a SINGLE-SERVING
package of snack food.
Gibson the Cat's Corrolary:
For all L, where L is a package of lunch meat, L is Gibson's package
of lunch meat.
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Men and nations will act rationally when
all other possibilities have been exhausted.
History teaches us that men and nations behave wisely once they have
exhausted all other alternatives.
-- Abba Eban
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Kaufman's First Law of Party Physics:
Population density is inversely proportional
to the square of the distance from the keg.
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A policy is a restrictive document to prevent a recurrence
of a single incident, in which that incident is never mentioned.
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Keep in mind always the four constant Laws of Frisbee:
(1) The most powerful force in the world is that of a disc
straining to land under a car, just out of reach (this
force is technically termed "car suck").
(2) Never precede any maneuver by a comment more predictive
than "Watch this!"
(3) The probability of a Frisbee hitting something is directly
proportional to the cost of hitting it. For instance, a
Frisbee will always head directly towards a policeman or
a little old lady rather than the beat up Chevy.
(4) Your best throw happens when no one is watching; when the
cute girl you've been trying to impress is watching, the
Frisbee will invariably bounce out of your hand or hit you
in the head and knock you silly.
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Kennedy's Market Theorem:
Given enough inside information and unlimited credit,
you've got to go broke.
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Look for it first where you'd most like to find it.
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1. To pack type together as tightly as the kernels on an ear
of corn. 2. In parts of Brooklyn and Queens, N.Y., a small,
metal object used as part of the monetary system.
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A part of an operating system that preserves the medieval
traditions of sorcery and black art.
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Logic is an organized way of going wrong with confidence.