by G.P. Orlik
One of members recently made a discovery – more an unearthing – of a nature that is both helpful and frightening.
By way of announcing it, he feels it best to note that the world is replete with laws, regulations and what-not other rules. Centrally amongst these reposes the wonderful Murphy’s Law, which states simply, ‘if it can go wrong, it will.’ Which clarifies the everyday observation of literally each and every one of us, that irrespective of our best efforts, it’s bound to fuck-up, that the results of our efforts are beyond our control.
The above said, our member after years of research, which took him amongst remote cultures, dusty book-lined corridores of long lost libraries, and in an abandoned gold-mine uncovered the long-defunct Pavlu’s Law which states simply, ‘No one does nothing till its just too late.’ This gad-about archimedes could not have shouted ‘Eureka’ louder….for haven’t we all slowed down just after we hurtled at high speed through the radar trap; haven’t we all heard of our mate who stopped smoking just after he was diagnosed with lung cancer; who locked the barn door just after the horse bolted!
All observations (and occasional proverbs) accounting for the essential validity of Pavlu’s Law, and which we would like to bring to your attention with a view to inviting you to make what small or otherwise observations you might care to contribute to this site, and so assist in the project, that of penning a seminal work on Pavlu’s Law which discovery is undertaking.