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Hypothetical situation 14 years 10 months ago #13

ehehehehe, try working at a theme park.
Amazing guest questions.

What time is the 3 o'clock parade?
How long is 50 minutes?
Where are the fireworks?
*standing in fantasy land surrounded by flying elephants, spinning tea cups and saucers, a whale swallowing canal boats* Where's Fantasyland?
Is there fastpass for the bathroom?
Oh, and if a person ever starts their question with, 'Now, I'm not a freak or anything but I was wondering . . . ' You know you are in trouble. And if you have to preface that, you probably are in fact a freak.
'Whenever I feel blue, I remind myself to breathe again.'

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Hypothetical situation 14 years 10 months ago #14

Zaknafein,

Hopefully you have had better experience with Aerospace Engineers. ;)

Not that we have any more common sense but hopefully flying a spaceships to other planets isn't quite as dry. 8)

-Douglas
"I do not feel obliged to believe that the same God who has endowed us with sense, reason, and intellect has intended us to forgo their use." - Galileo Galilei

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Hypothetical situation 14 years 10 months ago #15

Hopefully, Biomedical Engineers are not on the list either....

My own theory is that common sense points are traded in proportional to the degree.
I can not count how many people with advance degrees (no personal offense meant) I have encountered who can’t screw in a light bulb, but they are out there designing stuff.

Present company excluded, of course (maybe ;) )…


Dave
You should know better than to pick up a duck in a dungeon....

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Hypothetical situation 14 years 10 months ago #16

My current theory is... the more schooling you've had to get those degrees, the more brain cells you've burned/killed off. So there's no more room for the simple/common stuff, just all the technical jargin.

*grin*

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Hypothetical situation 14 years 10 months ago #17

Back at Alfred, a CE was for Ceramic Engineer, of which I am one.
"Most folks are about as happy as they make up their minds to be." Abe Lincoln

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