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- From: CarlS95(--nospam--at)AOL.COM
- Date: Sun, 12 Oct 1997 15:18:39 -0400 (EDT)
In a message dated 97-10-08 12:35:01 EDT, you write: Dennis Wish wrote: << Now, going one step further, if I don't intend to design buildings over three stories and I have no intention (especially as a one man office) to design schools and hospitals then the only reason for me to take the SE exam is to impress people, satisfy my own ego or because I am a masochist who wants to punish myself for no good reason. >> Carl Sramek wrote: <<You would impress me a lot. But how about a fourth reason: pride in accomplishment???>> Dennis Wish wrote: <<Carl, with all due respect, pride in accomplishment is a personal goal that has nothing to do with the ability to practice. I have a great deal of respect for each engineer that passes the SE, but have the greatest pride in accomplishment when I look at the buildings which I have designed and know that the people who use them are safe.>> Dennis: Excellant. We have established two things: 1. your projects give you a high sense of accomplishment, and 2. you are allowed to design just about the same things I am allowed to. Now it seems you have one advantage over me: you save the cost of the S.E. registration. May I suggest that you use part of that cash savings as a contribution to Lynn Howard to help him pay for his membership in SEAOC? Carl Sramek : - )
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