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GSKWY(--nospam--at)aol.com wrote:
Well, just as a personal observation, I'd say there are a lot of Americans who consider people like Mr. Polhemus an embarrasment to this country.
 
 
Personally, I'm more embarrassed by the "p.c. attitude" prevalent among the pin-head set.

It was a joke. If you don't think it was funny, then it's a bad joke (to you).

Aim your dudgeon at someone who cares.

As far as "incompetent engineering," if you'd like to find yourself on the same side as a Texas trial lawyer with a $1,200 an hour fee who likes to bring litigation against your fellow engineers, then your idea of "shame" and mine are as far apart as the earth is from the stars.
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