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The more pretentious the corporate name, the smaller the
organization. (For instance, the Murphy Center for the
Codification of Human and Organizational Law, contrasted
to IBM, GM, and AT&T.)
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Everything is always done for the wrong reasons.
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O'Reilly's Law of the Kitchen:
Cleanliness is next to impossible
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O'Toole's commentary on Murphy's Law:
Murphy was an optimist.
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The philosophical principle that even the simplest
solution is bound to have something wrong with it.
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The use of computers to improve efficiency in the office
by removing anyone you would want to talk with over coffee.
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Official Project Stages:
(1) Uncritical Acceptance
(2) Wild Enthusiasm
(3) Dejected Disillusionment
(4) Total Confusion
(5) Search for the Guilty
(6) Punishment of the Innocent
(7) Promotion of the Non-participants
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The sooner you fall behind, the more time you have to catch up.
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Old Japanese proverb:
There are two kinds of fools -- those who never climb Mt. Fuji,
and those who climb it twice.
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Old timer, n.:
One who remembers when charity was a virtue and not an organization.