Jones’ Law

Anyone who makes a significant contribution to any field of endeavor, and stays in that field long enough, becomes an obstruction to its progress – in direct proportion to the importance of his original contribution

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Milliken’s Maxim

Insanity is doing same thing the same way and expecting different results.

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Arlen’s Law

It’s amazing how nice people to you when they know you are going away.

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Howe’s Theory

There is some advice that is too good – the advice to love your enemies, for example.

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とても良い助言がある。 — 例えば汝の的を愛せよとか。

Morris’s Law

Anyone can admit to themselves they were wrong – the true test is admitting it someone else.

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自分自身、自分が悪かった事を受け入れることは誰でもできる – 本当の試練はそれが他人からも認められることを受け入れられるかどうかだ

Farlow’s Law

Those who do not read are not better off than those who cannot read.

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Edelstein’s Advice

Don’t’ worry over what other people are thinking about you. They’re too busy worrying over what you are thinking about them.

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Twain on Truth

I you tell the truth, you don’t have to remember anything.

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Non – Reciprocal Laws of Expectations

Negative expectations yield negative results.
Positive expectations yield negative results.

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Big Al’s Law

A good solution can be successfully applied almost any problem.

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Grossman on Mencken

Complex problems have simple, easy to understand wrong answers.

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