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Laws to be guided by (and copied directly from Wikipedia) - No. 1

Bradford's law is a pattern described by Samuel C. Bradford in 1934 that estimates the exponentially diminishing returns of extending a library search.

I've tried to train Google. Google is recalcitrant. It won't let me block stories about Greta doomberg.

For all I have tried, it only lets me block stories about Trump!

Headline: US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin talks down to Greta Thunberg over climate change concerns. Google only offers to block Trump or ABC!

No. 12

Chekov's gun, states that nonessential elements of a story must be removed.

No. 11

Acton's dictum: "Power tends to corrupt, and absolute power corrupts absolutely. Great men are almost always bad men [...]"

No. 10

Andy and Bill's law describes how, when a computer chip is released, new software will be released to use up all of its power. Named for Andy Grove, then CEO of Intel, and Bill Gates, then CEO of Microsoft.

No. 9

Atwood's law: Any software that can be written in JavaScript will eventually be written in JavaScript.

No. 8

Benford's law of controversy: Passion is inversely proportional to the amount of real information available.

No. 7

Brandolini's law: The amount of energy needed to refute bullshit is an order of magnitude bigger than to produce it. Named after Italian programmer Alberto Brandolini.

No. 6

Segal's law: "A man with a watch knows what time it is. A man with two watches is never sure."

No. 5

Reilly's law of retail gravitation: People generally patronize the largest mall in the area.

No. 4

Benford's law: In any collection of statistics, a given statistic has roughly a 30% chance of starting with the digit 1.

No. 3

Kranzberg's laws of technology: The first law states that technology is neither good nor bad; nor is it neutral.

No. 2

Betteridge's law of headlines: "any headline which ends in a question mark can be answered by the word 'no'".

I think it should be:

Headlines which are questions are false.

Laws to be guided by (and copied directly from Wikipedia) - No. 1

Bradford's law is a pattern described by Samuel C. Bradford in 1934 that estimates the exponentially diminishing returns of extending a library search.

Watch "BOM is making 'the present seem warmer' by 'cool…" on YouTube BOM is making 'the present seem warmer' by 'cool…: youtu.be/wsf9JVHmISY

1920s research on endocrine glands – especially sex glands – was expected to lead to new ways of improving human life. medical marketplace was crowded with glandular techniques to revitalize the aged. Austrian physiologist Eugen Steinach's simple, vasectomy-like operation was perhaps the most popular. Steinach was a leading endocrine researchers of early 20th century and the Steinach Operation was based on rigorous laboratory research.
Mention of homosexual treatments.

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Fairlame off road for a month. Had to machine head due to oil and coolant leaks.

On road for a few weeks and ignition module failed... Drain coolant, inlets, gas regulator, injectors, air ways come off again!

Leftist Losers React to UK Election

If you think leftists would have learned something after epically failing Hillary, they try the same approach in the UK. It still doesn't work. Oh well, maybe in 2020 it will?

Paul Joseph Watson
youtube.com/watch?v=VcuoEVcsLc

"Porch Pirate vs. Glitter Bomb Trap 2.0"

"11 months of social justice engineering boiled down to 15 minutes!"

youtube.com/watch?v=a_TSR_v07m

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