10 Geeky Laws That Should Exist, But Don't

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Wed, Nov 11th, 2009 11:11 by capnasty NEWS

If you've ever been involved in a discussion on Usenet, or have been following politics in the past decade or so, you've probably encountered Godwin's Law. While Godwin's Law is, alas, as true today as it was then, it seems unfortunate that there aren't more widely-accepted axioms to help us geeks define the characteristics of our world. To that end, then, here are ten geeky laws (axioms) that should exist, but don't... at least, they didn't until now.

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