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Re: If winter comes...

Try not to take it too personally, but there is something about
engineers (I was married to one) that is so, how can I say it? so....

There was a discussion on the FG board not long ago. A visitor, an EE,
wanted to know why he couldn't get an exact report on individual plants
and be guaranteed they would look like the picture. Many people tried
(kindly and some not so kindly) to explain it to him. No one could
really get through to this guy.


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> In a message dated 10/6/04 10:08:50 AM, kmrsy@comcast.net writes: 
> << .She is a licensed engineer... >> 
> What is this to say? I was an unlicensed tree loving engineer. Is it the 
> license that makes this a justifiable assessment? I live in a non-forest area 
> but I can still love or not love trees as much as those who live in beautiful 
> wooded Colorado. I find this amusing, not upsetting and each is entitled to 
> their opinions but is this a fair evaluation? 
> Ceres 
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