Good rules are like an elevator; 95% doesn’t go to the top. Or, like a bridge that spans 95% of a river, “almost perfect” rules mostly get in everybody’s way. But, why would anyone do a rush job of making rules?
Those who make the most rules are most likely to break them. They really don’t care about following their rules. So, turbo-rule makers don’t need rules that work to fulfill their own, personal reasons for making rules.
Excessive, almost-across-the-river rules seem wise, to those who don’t need to follow them. Actually, it’s addiction… or an unneeded bureaucrat justifying his own job.