Before continuing, please note another of Murphy's Laws - "If builders built buildings the way programmers wrote programs, the first wood-pecker that came along would destroy civilization."
Q: Your site appears to have layout issues, what can I do to fix it?
A: Our site was designed for Mozilla Firefox, a standards compliant browser. If you use Internet Explorer, Safari, Opera or Maxthon, we recommend you install Mozilla Firefox available here.
Q: Is there any way to avoid Murphy's Law?
A: No. Speaking of which, you sound optimistic in asking this question. Read the front page - this site is bad for your mind.
Q: How can we contact you (the team)?
A: We are working on this right now. Competition rules state that we are not allowed to offer direct contact links, however we may in the future offer a contact form. There should eventually be an email which you can use to contact us. For the moment, just send a messenger pigeon, and we'll get right back to you. If you are unable to obtain a pidgeon, just flush the note down the toilet. Chances are it will end up with us somewhere down the line. Or it might not. Again, that's Murphy's law in action.
Q: How did you make your site?
A: This actually isn't a trade secret, as it might seem. If you look at the code for the site you'll figure it out, it's very simple. We also aim for standards compliance, something future competition participants should take note of, but this means our site doesn't render (appear) correctly on Internet Explorer and certain other browsers (because of Murphy's law?).
Q: How did you make your Murphy's Law Randomiser?
Q: What did you use to make the site?
A: Nvu, available here. Nvu is open source. We also used Macromedia Dreamweaver for a bit of our scripts.
Q: How does Murphys Law work?
A: Simple. There is no luck.
Q: Why did the chicken cross the road?
A: 42. :D