Murphy’s law

by maxminteam088

As his luck would have it, Murphy was a computer-based designer. Such assumptions are easily believable when computer models suddenly decide a concrete platform is made of slowly softening wax, the base bending out and the top warping like a hand saw. When this problem solves itself, Photoshop begins to dance around the computer screen like a 14 year old whose twin, CAD, is in need of work ethic and an attitude adjustment. All this is forgivable in light of assumed measurements being incorrect and geography being crooked.