Re: Definition of an Engineer

To all of you who want a definition of an Engineer, here's one someone sent

> to me. > Apologies to those who may have seen it before.

Given that I am not in the habit of opening attachments I can't comment if what you posted is on topic or not. What is certain is that before using your employers resources to breach the charter of this group it would be a good idea if you were to familiarise yourself with it.

Binaries are not permitted on this newsgroup but pointers to Web sites are welcome.

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Richard H Huelin
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Woo-Hoo! Take that sir. - and there was me thinking we were polite to each other first and brusque afterwards.

That'll do it Richard, he's bound to listen to you now ;o))

Ducks, runs and vanishes off to an event for two days, returning Monday to view the collateral damage.

Keep smiling!


Kim Siddorn.

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J K Siddorn

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