Lectures & Books
By Tom Brown
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High School class “Sir can one be punished for something you didn't do?
“Of course not my boy!
“Thank-you sir I didn't do the assignment sir.”
If you ask a medical student what he studies he will answer “I want to be a doctor and be rich. I like to see blood”. A law student will say he wants to become an advocate or an attorney and get drunk and lie all the time and get away with it. An accounting student wants to borrow and steal and get rich quick and not get his hands dirty. A psychology student says “I don't know yet what I want to be”. A philosophy student says something like “I want to be what I am. I am here to find it”. An art student just wants to get laid. The SRC president knows exactly what he wants and it's not a degree. Have you noticed an engineering student always answers “I am engineering.”
What do you call a doctor with a white jacket?
Most engineering lecturers are failed engineers. So are most engineers.
How does one become an engineer? The main obstacle is getting allowed to university. Then you pitch up for your first class and go sit right up at the back with your accomplices and wait in excited expectation with eyes gleaming of lust for mischief. Then you are an engineer.
“In three decades of lecturing engineering classes I found always
that the scum of the class rises to the top.
“Só does the cream!”
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