Everything that can go wrong

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Everything that Can Go Wrong... by Alex Cahagan

Candy’s nightly runs were always her opportunity to clear her head and get in her exercise but on Wednesday nights that took on an added importance. On Wednesday nights she met David at the pool house in his subdivision for illicit purposes. Part of their weekly routine was her meeting him in the men’s changing area, ready for a good time but after her weekly encounter, things start going wrong. Upon returning to her clothes in the ladies changing area she locks herself out of the men’s room and discovers the ladies room door locked. Already unsure of what she’s going to do, her night gets worse when a car pulls in and four guys emerge to hang out in the playground. Her bad luck continues as the police arrive, looking for a naked woman at the pool. The cops don’t catch her but the four guys do. She finally manages to get hold of David so he can come unlock the ladies room door and give her a ride but by the time he arrives, things have changed dramatically.
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Murphy's Law is summed up as "If something can be used or done a right way and a wrong way, and the wrong way will lead to catastrophe , it will be used or done the wrong way. As originally applied, Murphy's Law — coined by, and named after, U.
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Murphy's laws site All the laws of Murphy in one place Enter your search terms. Johnson Extension: it will be all your fault, and everyone will know it. Extension sent by Dean A. Izett If there is a possibility of several things going wrong, the one that will cause the most damage will be the one to go wrong Extreme version: If there is a possibility of several things going wrong, the one that will cause the most damage will be the FIRST to go wrong Extreme version sent by Neal Miller If anything just cannot go wrong, it will anyway If you perceive that there are four possible ways in which something can go wrong, and circumvent these, then a fifth way, unprepared for, will promptly develop Corollary: It will be impossible to fix the fifth fault, without breaking the fix on one or more of the others Corollary sent by Sean Cheshire Left to themselves, things tend to go from bad to worse If everything seems to be going well, you have obviously overlooked something Nature always sides with the hidden flaw Corollary: The hidden flaw never stays hidden for long. Corollary sent by Dave M. Mother nature is a bitch Addendum: and not an obedient one at that Addendum sent by Paul Kekanovich Murphy's Law of Thermodynamics Things get worse under pressure.

I'm not trying to challenge a tried and tested format by being overly negative and critical. Granted, most of the ideas are pretty generic, but with some tweaks, they give you a nice frame to work on. Fair enough, a list of facts about me is easy enough to write. No research required. So, what actually causes people to write these posts? It appears blog anniversaries and hitting specified follower numbers are triggers some bloggers to write these posts. However, quite a lot of posts were written on random occasions.

Broader political risk remains a major threat, conjoining the numerous upcoming European elections, potential spillover from policy uncertainty in the EU, and "significant uncertainty" regarding future US policy with Europe the most concerning. Finally they argues that bond yields are the "Achilles' heel of global markets," pointing out that "market pricing on Fed rate hikes, however, remains modest and there is to our minds significant risk of a more disorderly repricing of global bond yields. Such a scenario could have very negative spillover, not least to emerging markets. Closer to home, Goldman Sachs recently detailed its bearish market thesis in 7 steps First , as Goldman warns, while investors have been focusing on the prospect of a lower statutory corporate tax rate, the firm's US economist Alec Phillips notes that it will likely come with provisions that will offset much of the benefit of a lower rate. For instance, under the House Republican plan, several corporate tax incentives, such as the interest expense deduction, would be repealed. Furthermore, the plan proposes a redefinition of foreign and domestic income based on where sales, rather than production, occurs.

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  1. Murphy's law is an adage or epigram that is typically stated as: "Anything that can go wrong will go wrong".

  2. This quote, from Sidney Dekker, sums up, in my mind, the approach we need to have in our minds when we are thinking about safety in the workplace.

  3. Murphy's law is a popular adage that states that "things will go wrong in any given Murphy's Quantum Law: Anything that can, could have, or will go wrong, .

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