Have you ever wondered if you might be an engineer??

Have you ever wondered if you might be an engineer??

  • If you refer to your spouse as “woman@home.wife” you may be an engineer. (But only if you’re a MALE engineer)
  • If your favorite TV show is “Mr. Wizard” instead of “Baywatch,” you may be an engineer.
  • If when your family is expecting, you are more interested in the ultra-sound equipment than the test results, you may be an engineer.
  • If when someone asks “What’s new?” you answer “C over lambda” you may be an engineer.
  • If you know Bill Gates’ e-mail address, and don’t remember your own, you may be an engineer.
  • If you are always asking your friends from marketing to hold two leads to a giant capacitor, you may be an engineer.
  • If you find your head nodding up and down every time you read Dilbert, you may be an engineer.
  • If your pocket is full of too many mechanical pencils, you may be an engineer.
  • If when your 3-year old asks “Why is the sky blue?” you start explaining it to them, you may be an engineer.
  • If you can explain which direction the water spins as you flush the toilet, and why, you may be an engineer.
  • If you go to the air show, and you start calculating how fast the sky divers are falling, you may be an engineer; if you start telling all the people around you, you definitely are.
  • If you need a spreadsheet to figure out who owes what for lunch, you may be an engineer.
  • If you plan your family vacation on a Gantt chart, you may be an engineer.
  • If you pre-plan your route on a map of the exhibits through the annual computer show at Moscone Center, you may be an engineer.
  • If you read PC World and Popular Mechanics while on vacation, you may be an engineer.
  • If you are willing to debate for two hours the possible results of an experiment that takes five minutes to run, you may be an engineer.
  • If you know the altitudes at which you must turn off electronic devices on an airplane, and why, you may be an engineer.
  • If on a camping trip, your spouse starts complaining about bug “bites” and you respond that “Yes, we do need more memory in our computer” you may be an engineer.

Mon, 24 Nov 1997 14:39:24 -0500