Beeler’s Law

04/01/2012 @ 9:49 am, by Jensen Beeler18 COMMENTS

“As an online discussion about motorcycles grows longer, the probability of a comparison involving Erik Buell or Buell Motorcycles entering the conversation approaches a value of one.” — Beeler’s Law

In other words if given enough time, an online discussion regarding motorcycles, in particular those regarding sport bikes, will inevitably see a statement made in the discussion related back to Erik Buell or Buell Motorcycles.

This law often occurs in situations where the maker of said comment references a design commonly found on a Buell-designed motorcycle, or makes mention of the closure of Buell Motorcycles by Harley-Davidson. At the time of such a statement, all rational points of the conversation are presumed to have concluded.