Einstein’s corollary

No matter how large the work space, if two projects must be done at the same time, they will require the use of the same part of the wor

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Coleman’s commentary on Santayana

Those who fail to learn from tha past are comndemnes to repeat history class.

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Herstein’s law

Th attention paid for instructor is a constant regardless the size of the class. Thus, as the class swells, the amount of attention paid per student drops in direct ratio,

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Pugh’s law

If the human brain is simple enough for us to understand it, we would be too simple to understand it.

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Einstein on success

Ia A is a success in life, then A equals X plus Y plus Z. Work is X, Y is play, and Z is keeping your mouth shut.

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Whistler’s Law

You never know who’s right, but you always know who’s in charge.

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Knowledge is no prerequisite for authority.

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Murphy’s second law for husbands

The first time you go out after your wife’s birthday, you you will set the gift you gave her marked down 50 percent.

If she’s with you, she’ll assumue you chose because it was cheap.

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