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2-01-2011 @ 10:02PM
sometimes i think of murphy's law, what ever can go wrong, will go wrong :(
2-01-2011 @ 10:36PM
That's a self-fulfilling prophecy right there: Things go wrong because you -think- they will, not because they actually will.If you've just joined a new club and think that everyone will hate you then you will go in with that mindset and make people hate you with your negativity. You'll then probably go to all your current friends or family and say "See, I told you they'd all hate me".
2-02-2011 @ 10:47AM
@ Mr TastixI think your missing an important point here mate.While in the arena it is good to be confident, out of the arena it pays to be slightly pessamistic.Murphys law is useful in that context as it HELPS you to PREPARE for those inevitable mistakes. If you are prepared for your own teams mistakes - and what to do in that situation - then you are prepared to capitalise on the other teams mistakes.To expound on your example. If you joined that club and were negative - saying this might happen and that might happen - and THEN said - so why dont we do this or that to make the situation better, then Im sure you would have a load of new friends who were impressed with your preparedness. That was the original point of Murphys law - he used it to prepare himself and his squadron to make themselves better. And he was sucessful and liked.
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