Howe’s theory

■25, May, 2004
There is some advise that is too good – The advise to love your enemies, for example.

幾つかのとても良いアドバイスがある – 例えば敵を愛するためのアドバイスとか。
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Von Neumann’s axiom

■24, May, 2004
There’s no sense in being precise when you don’t know what you’re talking about.

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Lodge’s law of life

■19, May, 2004
Literature is most about having sex and not much about having children. Life is other way round.

< ロッジの人生の法則 >

Eldridge’s law of war

■15,16, May, 2004
Man is always ready ti die for an idea, provided that the idea is not quite clear to him.

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Finagle’s second law

■14, May, 2004
No matter what the anticipated result, there will always someone eager to (a) misinterpret it, (b) fake it, (c) believe it happened to his or her own pet theory.

予測される結論が何であれ、自分のお気に入りの理論に(a)こじつけて解釈, (b)ねつ造する, (c)既に起こっていると言うふうにしたい人間がいる。
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Stockmayer’s theorem

■10, May, 2004
If it looks easy, it’s tough. If it looks tough, it’s damn well ipossible.

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Reece’s law

■7, May, 2004
The speed of an oncoming vehicle is directly proportional to the length of passing zone.

< リースの法則 >

William’s query

■6, May, 2004
If a husband speeks deep in the forest and his wife isn’t there to hear him, is he still wrong?

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Stephen’s rule of genetics

■1,2, May, 2004
If a child looks like his father, that’s heredity.
If he looks like a neighbor, thats environment.

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