|Linux Definitions: 901 of 1105|
It works better if you plug it in.
|Linux Definitions: 902 of 1105|
Savage's Law of Expediency:
You want it bad, you'll get it bad.
|Linux Definitions: 903 of 1105|
An imagined sequence of events that provides the context in
which a business decision is made. Scenarios always come in
sets of three: best case, worst case, and just in case.
|Linux Definitions: 904 of 1105|
The grass is always greener on the other side -- but that's
because they use more manure.
|Linux Definitions: 905 of 1105|
The window shade that allows itself to be pulled down,
hesitates for a second, then snaps up in your face.
-- Rich Hall, "Sniglets"
|Linux Definitions: 906 of 1105|
All things being equal, a fat person uses more soap
than a thin person.
|Linux Definitions: 907 of 1105|
Scott's First Law:
No matter what goes wrong, it will probably look right.
Scott's Second Law:
When an error has been detected and corrected, it will be found
to have been wrong in the first place.
After the correction has been found in error, it will be
impossible to fit the original quantity back into the
|Linux Definitions: 908 of 1105|
The blank area on the back of credit cards where one's signature goes.
-- "Sniglets", Rich Hall & Friends
|Linux Definitions: 909 of 1105|
Second Law of Business Meetings:
If there are two possible ways to spell a person's name, you
will pick the wrong one.
If there is only one way to spell a name,
you will spell it wrong, anyway.
|Linux Definitions: 910 of 1105|
Second Law of Final Exams:
In your toughest final -- for the first time all year -- the most
distractingly attractive student in the class will sit next to you.