What are Gibbs 50 rules?

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What are Gibbs 50 rules?

The Rules

Number Rule
45 Clean up the mess that you make.
51 Sometimes you’re wrong.
62 Always give people space when they get off an elevator.
69 Never trust a woman who doesn’t trust her man.

Whats Gibbs Rule 91?

The rule is simple: “When you walk away, don’t look back.” This explains why Gibbs named his boat Rule 91 – because he was planning on walking (well, technically sailing) away from the NCIS team after his suspension following his treatment of a suspect who was mistreating dogs.

What is rule number 44 on NCIS?

Rule #42: Never accept an apology from somebody who just sucker punched you. Rule #44: First things first, hide the women and children. Rule #45: Left a mess I gotta clean up.

What is Rule 11 on NCIS?

Rule #1: Never let suspects sit together. Other Rule #1: Never screw over your partner. Rule #2: Always wear gloves at a crime scene.

What is the rule of 72 and the Rule of 69?

As the continuous compounding decrease to become normal compounding, we shift from rule 69 to rule 72. It can be said that the time required to make the investment double is inversely proportionate to the interest rate, so if the interest rate is increased, then there will be less time required to make it double.

What are Gibbs rules in NCIS?

First mentioned in “Anonymous Was A Woman” (Episode 4, Season 11) . Gibbs’ Rule #15: Always work as a team. First mentioned in “Leap of Faith” (Episode 5, Season 5) . Gibbs’ Rule #16: If someone thinks he has the upper hand, break it. First mentioned in “Pyramid” (Episode 24, Season 8) .

What are Gibbs’two rules?

Gibbs’ Rule #2: Always wear gloves at a crime scene. First mentioned in “Yankee White” (Episode 1, Season 1) . Gibbs’ Rule #3: Never believe what you are told. Double check. First mentioned in “Yankee White” (Episode 1, Season 1) .

Who is NCIS special agent Leroy Gibbs?

Naval Criminal Investigative Service Special Agent Leroy Jethro Gibbs leads a group of colorful personalities in investigating crimes — ranging from murder and espionage to terrorism — that have evidence connected to Navy and Marine Corps personnel.

Why are there so many duplicates of Gibbs rules?

Throughout the series, there have been two rules referenced as the first and third of Gibbs’ rules. For some time, it was believed that the duplications were either continuity errors or that the list of rules was meant to be malleable.

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