MURPHY'S LAW BOOK THREE
In the tradition of Murphy's Law, here comes Book Three. Once again DiGiovanni's Law.
"The number of laws will expand to fill the publishing space available."
With this third volume, we begin to sense the limitlessness of man's potential, especially his potential for conjuring up new laws to explain the truths in our everyday existence:
Perrussel's Law: There is no job so simple that it cannot be done wrong. Â
The Diner's Dilemma: A clean tie attracts the soup of the day. Â
Glaser's Law: If it says "one size fits all," it doesn't fit anyone.
You will find laws of bureaucracy and business, home and humanity, covering all facets of everyday life, illustrating why things continue to go wrong. Also included in a general index to the laws in all three volumes.Â This handy guide to Murphology can help you find your favorite laws.
In this volume Murphy has pointed the way to life's little truths, but can offer us no definite answer... after all, as Weiner's Law states: There are no answers, any cross references.