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Old 02-22-2003, 09:15 AM   #15
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That would make you a Domestic Engineer.


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Old 02-22-2003, 05:11 PM   #16
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Now I am a Real Engineer

When I graduated from Engineering School I was hopelesly disillusioned to find out that I wasn't qualified to drive a train! All that head scratching work so I could just sit at a damn desk in a little cube in the middle of a giant cube farm! Bummer dude.

Last year my SO gave me the most thoughtfull Christmas present....a gift certificate...... TO DRIVE A TRAIN!!!!! :steer


Boy was it a HOOT!!! Way more fun than I deserve. My son really dug it too. So now I can hold my head up high because finally... I am a REAL ENGINEER!!!! Thanks to the nice folks at the Portola Railroad Museum. (Portola California) If anyone is out that way be sure to stop by and check it out.:thumb


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