The last law

■31, December, 2004
It’s better to have a horrible ending that to have horrows without end.

< 最後の法則 >

Sten’s axiom

■28,December, 2004
No problem is so formidable that you can’t just walk away from it.

< ステンの金言 >

Siwaki’s rule

■27,December, 2004
The only way to make something foolproof is to keep it away from fools.

< シワキの規則 >

Democritus’s Principle

■22,December, 2004
Nothing exists except atoms and empty space. Everything else is opinion.

< デモクリトスの原理 >

Storman’s law

■20,December, 2004
An idea is not responsible for the people who believein it.

< ストールマンの法則 >

Law of chistmas decorating

■18,19, December, 2004
The outdoor lights that tested perfectly develop burn-outs as soon as they are strung on the house.

< クリスマスの飾り付けの法則 >

Rudin’s law

■17, December, 2004
In crises that force people to choose among alternative cources of action, most people will choose the worst one possible.

< ラディンの法則 >

Matsch’s law

■15, December, 2004
If several thing that could have gone wrong have not gone wrong, it would have been ultimately benefitial for them to have gone wrong.

< マッチの法則 >

Farner’s credo

■11, 12, December, 2004
Sow your wild oats on Saturday night – then on Sunday pray for crop failure.

< 農夫の信条 >

Talluah Bankhed’s observation

■10,December, 2004
If I had to live my life again, I’d make the same mistales, only sooner.

< タルア バンケッドの観察 >

Angela’s axiom

■8, December, 2004
The last sheet of gift wrap will be six inches smaller than the last gift of wrap.

< アンジェラの格言 >

Antiphanes’ axiom

■4,5, December, 2004
Two things a man cannot hide: that he is drunk, and that he is in love.

人が隠すことができないものが二つある: 一つは酔っていること、もう一つは恋をしていること。
< アンティフェンズの格言 >

Bohr’s axiom

■2,December, 2004
The opposite of a profound truth may well be another profound truth.

< ボーアの格言 >