Why did you choose to be an Engineer?

Tell us why did you choose to be an engineer?

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Danger

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I'm not going to respond to your link, because it requires information that I'm not willing to divulge.
To answer here, I will say that I am not an engineer. I never finished high-school, but I love to design machines. I consider myself to be a mechanical engineer by nature, but not by education. Even worse, my design specialty is weapons.
 
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I'm not going to respond to your link, because it requires information that I'm not willing to divulge.
To answer here, I will say that I am not an engineer. I never finished high-school, but I love to design machines. I consider myself to be a mechanical engineer by nature, but not by education. Even worse, my design specialty is weapons.
Now maybe we know why you call yourself 'Danger.' :surprised
 

FredGarvin

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How about NO? Is NO good for you?
 

Astronuc

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How 'bout for fun and profit. :approve: and chicks! :tongue2:
 

FredGarvin

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Chicks? Really? I am in the wrong engineering!
 

Danger

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Chicks? Really? I am in the wrong engineering!
And, unfortunately, it appears that you cannot, in fact, get more chicks with a gun and a love of engineering than you can with a gun alone. :uhh: o:)
 
I have completed the graduation as IT Engineer, but I am not in the correct path of doing my service in the Engineering field.
 

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