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+14 Rank Up Rank Down
Nov 19, 2013
And now lets offer Dilbert advice for next time. How would you answer this question? Maybe: "Lets go somewhere quiet and find out?"
 
 
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Nov 19, 2013
And now lets offer Dilbert advice for next time. How would you anWhat would you say? "Lets go somewhere quiet and find out?"
 
 
+23 Rank Up Rank Down
Nov 19, 2013
@nelkins
You mean better paying jobs.

If it where not for engineers we would still living in caves too afraid of going out at night. As enginneering is just using the rules of nature that science discovers.

On todays society, lying is a key skill to earn trust. And trust gives you a better chance of getting what you want. Unfortunately, for engineering, physics do not buy into lying.

How about if we all use our engineering skills to build a better liar.
 
 
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Nov 19, 2013
Ingmar, it could have been a rhetorical question after he said how useful he was for no particular reason.
 
 
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Nov 19, 2013
Social skills are no more than doorstops to 99% of engineers.
The rest of society begs to differ.
That's why the kids from Harvard are getting better jobs that the kids from MIT.
Or so I read in MIT Review.
 
 
 
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