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Old 05-30-2007, 08:38 AM   #1
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An engineer was taking a walk during his lunch hour one day, when a beautiful, sexy young lady comes riding by on her bicycle.

She stops, takes off all her clothes and says "Take anything you want".

The engineer takes the bicycle.

Back at the office he relates the story to his fellow engineers, and one of them quips "Excellent choice. The clothes probably wouldn't have fit you".
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An engineer was taking a walk during his lunch hour one day, when a beautiful, sexy young lady comes riding by on her bicycle.

She stops, takes off all her clothes and says "Take anything you want".

The engineer takes the bicycle.

Back at the office he relates the story to his fellow engineers, and one of them quips "Excellent choice. The clothes probably wouldn't have fit you".
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Old 05-30-2007, 12:56 PM   #3
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How was the engineer able to figure this out without either a computer or a committee? Ken...
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As a software engineer, I want to know: Is this problem reproducible?
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Hey Dirk...
My Dad used to compete in Trap shooting events !! (must of come from his "tailgunner days" over Germany)

Good luck and Kick A$$!!

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Remember that to an engineer, the glass is neither half full or half empty....it is twice as large as it needs to be.


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or... in an earth environment, a glass "half full" is actually full (half with air...half with liquid).
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... the glass just needs more beer in it, duh!
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Had to be an "AGGIE". Couldn't be anything else.

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