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MR.    BALTER
I  AM  AN  AMERICAN  CITIZEN  BUT  ORIGINALLY  FROM  INDIA.   I   AM  VERY  
MUCH  OFFENDED  BY  YOUR  REMARKS  HERE.   YOU  SEEMS  TO  HOLD  GRUDGE  
AGAINST  INDIANS AND  PAKISTANIS.    WHAT  YOU  DO  NOT  REALIZE   THAT  WE 
 ARE   SOME  OF  THE  BEST  ENGINEERS  HERE  IN  AMERICA .  I  WISH  YOU  
WOULD  RESTRAIN  YOURSELF  IN  MAKING  COMMENTS  LIKE  THESE  IN  FUTURE.  
PLEASE  FIRST  WORK  WITH  SOME  INDIAN OR PAKISTANI  ENGINEERS  AND  THEN  
YOU  WOULD  REALIZE  HOW  WRONG YOUR PERCEPTION IS.   WE ALL  CAME  HERE  
FROM  SOME  WHERE   YOUR  ANCESTORS  CAME   EARLIER  THAN  I  CAME   HERE  
That's  ALL THE  DIFFERENCE IS.  YOU  REALLY  SHOULD  APOLOGIES  TO  WHOLE  
INDIAN  AND  PAKISTANI  COMMUNITY  OF  ENGINEERS  OTHERWISE  SHAME  ON  YOU 
!!!

ARVIND   BISARYA
PHONE   314  -  539  -  0471
FAX          314  -  539  -  8321
E-MAIL    ARVIND_BISARYA(--nospam--at)MK.COM








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From: "Baltar, Joe MR" <Joe.Baltar(--nospam--at)dcsengr.hqusareur.army.mil>, on 
08/08/2000 2:34 AM:
To: SMTP@MKC38601@Servers[<smasroor(--nospam--at)gem.net.pk>]
Cc: SMTP@MKC38601@Servers[<seaint(--nospam--at)seaint.org>], SMTP@MKC38601@Servers["Bill 
Allen" <Bill(--nospam--at)AllenDesigns.com>]

Dear Mr. Pakistan and Mr. India:

The high concentration of Engineers from these 2 countries pursuing advance
degrees in engineering (civil/structural in particular) in the US reflects
the fact that they simply would be useless in their own economies, and
therefore attempt to become narrowly defined specialists in areas of
engineering where high levels of computation and analysis (i.e. grunt work)
are required.  Their knowledge of US building codes, construction
techniques, project management and interactions required with licensing and
government agencies, etc. is sorely lacking.  Good engineers are not simply
number crunchers (who can always be come from job shops or outsourcing), 
but
rather individuals who have a thorough understanding of client requirements,
administrative and legal requirements and expertise in their chosen field 
of
engineering.  Licensing ensures knowledge of building code requirements, 
not
only engineering expertise.  If your former boss used his license as an
approval requirement without a thorough review of project documents, then 
he
was at fault.  As far as any individual from these countries being better 
at
engineering than US citizens - what a bunch of curry!!!!

J. Baltar P.E./R.A.



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