Humphries's Law of Bicycling: The shortest route has the steepest hills.
Hutchinson's Law: If a situation requires undivided attention, it will occur simultaneously with a compelling distraction.
If it's worth doing it, it's worth overdoing.
Imbesi's Law of the Conservation of Filth: In order for something to become clean, something else must become dirty.
Imhoff's Law: The organization of any bureaucracy is very much like a septic tank -- the really big lumps always rise to the top.
Indisputable Law of Sports Contracts: The more money the free agent signs for, the less effective he is the following season.
J.S. Gillette's Commentary on Decisions: I always know what I want .
. . I just keep changing my mind....
J.S. Gillette's Dictum: The only labor worth laboring at is a labor of love.
Jacob's Law: To err is human -- to blame it on someone else is even more human.
Jacobson's Law: The less work an organization produces, the more frequently it reorganizes.