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Comment: Re:Socially relevent (Score 1) 207

by DanTheLewis (#29292895) Attached to: Coders At Work

He's not a well-known engineer.

He's a well-known actor/comedian that happens to have studied electrical engineering.

  • No true engineer could be famous. Therefore, anyone who is famous is not a true engineer, no matter how much engineering they did.

  • So you've heard of this engineer before? You must be one of those engineering types, not "just folks". Anybody who knows about an engineer doesn't count...

It's a clever argument but it doesn't say much.

"Pascal is Pascal is Pascal is dog meat." -- M. Devine and P. Larson, Computer Science 340

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