Monday, April 14, 2008

Sherwood's Laws Of Computing

  • If you have a keyboard problem, it will always affect a character included in your name.
  • Network login speed is inverse to your logon urgency.
  • Stray mouse clicks while on the internet will always direct you to spam or pornography.
  • You will send your paycheck to the wrong printer at least once a year.
  • 1 of every 5 people that you blind copy on an e-mail will reply to you by hitting Reply All.
  • At the end of 365 days of computing, you will have enough food in your keyboard to re-construct a lunch consisting of a pastrami sandwich and chips.
  • In your lifetime, you will twice write e-mails complaining about a person and then accidentally send them to said person.
  • Printer ink is naturally attracted to business clothing, especially on days when you have an important meeting.
  • 1/3 of all obscene typos will actually be funny.

1 comment:

lanee1 said...

lol. gotta love the reply all.