Herein one finds the growing list of "McGee's nth Laws".
There is another person -- a McGee, presumably -- who also formulated a "First Law". I don't know which is older (mine is c. 1997), but as I am courteous, there are therefore two First Laws and zero Second Laws.
Everything is more complicated than it at first appears to be, even when McGee’s First Law is taken into account.
There are strict dichotomies in formal logic. They exist nowhere else, including in McGee's Third Law.
If you cannot find something you had in your hand just a moment ago, chances are it’s under the cat.
Computer programmers are most productive when they're supposed to be doing something else.
Everything is collectible.
In software, you have two choices: you can pay for shit, or you can get great stuff for free.
There is no realm in which connoisseurship is impossible.
Alienating half your potential audience quadruples the respect from the other half.
Someone has already run the numbers, and they are not in your favor.