Murphy's Law 2006 : Day-to-day Calendar
Murphy's Law (mur' f?s l?) a facetious or satirical proposition stating that if there is a possibility for something to go wrong, it will go wrong. See every page of the Murphy's Law 2006 Calendar. Murphy's friends offer their views and variations on the glass-is-half-empty supposition in this calendar, which has been published for more than twenty years. There's Harper's Law which states that you never find an article until you replace it. And Etorre's Observation which notes that the other line always moves faster. And Jaruk's Law which concludes that if it would be cheaper to buy a new unit, the company will insist upon repairing the old one. Whether it's scrutiny about technology, humanity, politics, sports, the workplace, or daily life, this calendar will make even the biggest cynics chuckle.
- Calendar | 640 pages
- 127 x 127 x 44.45mm | 340.19g
- 30 Sep 2005
- Andrews McMeel Publishing
- Kansas City, United States