XXI: If the actions of any time-traveller result in the irretreivable loss of information, then they shall be put to death.
XXII: A Time Traveler must have some sort of timey-wimey gimmick. Otherwise, they're not really a time traveler.
XXIII: A Time Traveler must not think about how they managed to time travel or they will realize their flawed logic and all time that has been traveled will reset.
XXIV: Scratch all the previous laws, do whatever
XXV: Ignore Law XXIV
XXVI: Ignore Law XXV
XXVII: If a law would result in another law ceasing to be functional or worthwhile, stick by the law that was made first.
XXVIII: Law XXVII should be interpreted as meaning to ignore XXIV.
XXIX: Law XXVII is exempt from its own clause, in order to stop paradoxes.
XXX: This is not something wrong
XXXI:All laws of Time must be considered and reviewed before being applied to time itself.
XXXII: I want a pizza