the theroy that when there is a larger group of something, esp. people, the likelyhood of their being who or wht your looking for. For example, there is more liklyhood that you will find a sober hippie wearing dentures in a group of 1,000,000,000 random people than in a group of 52 random people.
person 1: why are we looking in NYC for good actors rather than Otis Massachusetts?
Person 2: law of large numbers, bro
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