anything can go wrong, it will, if

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Modern saying, commonly referred to as Murphy's law, with numerous variations. It is said to have been coined in 1949 by George Nichols, project manager working in California for the American firm of Northrop, who developed the maxim from a remark made by a colleague, Captain E. Murphy, of the Wright Field Aircraft Laboratory.

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