Miss Quote: Your way. Or ..?

In the series of unfortunate misquotes, a famous one:

Anything that can go wrong, will (Murphy)

As a secondary quote from somewhere:
But Edward Murphy did not say this. What he most likely did say is something along the lines of:

‘If there’s more than one way to do a job, and one of those ways will result in disaster, then somebody will do it that way’.

Which only by you with the way you do things, does indeed result in disaster, without fail. So, if you use the misquote, you should add “when I do it”…?

That was a short and easy one … so, for you:
[You picked its current spot; deep into the harbour…; Baltimore]

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