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Author: ddelaiar
Time: 01/13/03 11:08 PST
This is a reply to message no. 10354 by rolschwarz
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Moving the plant/manufacturing area?
Well, glad to hear that you enjoy your job.  I do to at times.  It's definitely a plus to find a career you like.  I learned that one the hard way.  I took a job as an energy engineer straight out of school and ended up doing energy audits.  Doing energy audits = counting light bulbs.  4.5 years of ME schooling to count light bulbs!  Talk about boring!

I finally got back into design after 8 monthes of that crap.  I'm much happier now!  I didn't mean to knock flipping burgers.  You got to do what you can to survive....and there's a difference between flipping burgers at BK and at a "real" restaurant.

BS is the lubricant that greases the squeky socio-economic wheel.  I have a friend who should have a BS in BS...he's a pleasure to watch.  You have to be on your toes around him though because you never know when it's you that he's BS'ing!!!!  :)
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