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Gentleman Engineer's Discussions

Arts Political and Scientific

Started this discussion. Last reply by J. Exalto Jan 27. 13 Replies

Huertas would posit an opine that those of science should ingress to those arenas political: …Continue

A Sojourn Scandinavian

Started this discussion. Last reply by Lumberjoe Nov 1, 2016. 17 Replies

As fate and fortune would have it, I shall be attending a conference in Lund about the conclusion of May. In addition, several days in Copenhagen may be of avail.I am curious if any present would…Continue

Attendance at Church

Started this discussion. Last reply by Sir Nov 26, 2015. 5 Replies

One sits within the vestry of the parish of attendance. Recent conversations do elicit the realisation of a lack of comprehension regarding the impetus of religious attendance.Thus, one is curious as…Continue

Placement Volunteering About Church for LinkedIn

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jon Z Jun 16, 2015. 23 Replies

I sit upon the vestry of my parish (in essence the executive council). I must admit to possessing something in excess of a single thought about the placement of such for LinkedIn. One stance would…Continue

 

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Gentleman Engineer replied to Vendetta's discussion Passive Income
"Quite. That income of a manner of rent may qualify in the event that minimal effort would be of requirement."
Apr 26
Gentleman Engineer replied to Vendetta's discussion Passive Income
"That income of a manner passive would be that which would exist in requirement of efforts minimal or non-existent about the investor."
Apr 15
Gentleman Engineer replied to Stewart M. Davenport's discussion Orwell's Rules of Writing
"One would fail to discern such about the employer to which one would find allegiance."
Apr 13
Gentleman Engineer replied to Stewart M. Davenport's discussion Orwell's Rules of Writing
"One would defer to that opine in the possession of a certain Welsh Prince..."
Apr 6
Gentleman Engineer replied to Vendetta's discussion Passive Income
"Royalties—whether technical or artistic in nature—which would fail in the necessity of excessive capital."
Apr 5
Gentleman Engineer replied to Stewart M. Davenport's discussion Orwell's Rules of Writing
"Such thoughts would exist within literature much in the manner that brutalism would exist within architecture."
Apr 5
Gentleman Engineer replied to Sir's discussion Heroes
"Being a hero about an instance would fail to necessitate the creation of a her of actuality. Perchance consistency thereof would be of necessity."
Apr 3
Gentleman Engineer replied to Sir's discussion Heroes
"One may discern dual matters of such. One manner of such would be to observe or investigate said hero in a manner objective. Another manner of such would be consider heroes to exist rather much more as archetypes than mere mortals. Such is oft of…"
Apr 1
Gentleman Engineer replied to Carl Byrd's discussion Is Software Development a manly skill? Or is it hipster?
"In the event that said automobile fails possession of tires, said automobile would fail ever the requirement for retirement..."
Mar 16
Gentleman Engineer replied to Carl Byrd's discussion Is Software Development a manly skill? Or is it hipster?
"The concept of development driven by testing from that development of agility would exist in possession of merit. One would engage in such for the majority of development which one would engage in."
Mar 16
Gentleman Engineer replied to Robert's discussion Trying to keep a house as an heir after grandparents got a reverse mortgage
"Indeed. Income periodic would be of desire."
Mar 16
Gentleman Engineer replied to Robert's discussion Trying to keep a house as an heir after grandparents got a reverse mortgage
"Would the execution of said mortgage exist subsequent to the commencement of diminishments cognitive in regards to the relations of aforemention?"
Mar 16
Gentleman Engineer replied to Derek "Brofessor" Nutt's discussion Bathroom window vs. Bathroom vent
"Would such a phobia include those specimens translucent?"
Mar 13
Gentleman Engineer replied to Mike Rissanen's discussion What's one thing about becoming a father you wish you had known beforehand?
"An egress cesarean would exist as an exception alternate."
Mar 9
Gentleman Engineer replied to Sir's discussion Carving out a place on a bookshelf
"A superior display of minimalism, good Sir."
Mar 9
Gentleman Engineer replied to Carl Byrd's discussion Is Software Development a manly skill? Or is it hipster?
"One would make small attempts thereof..."
Mar 6

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Quantum Computation, FPGA, SDR, Old English, British History, Norse History, Classical History, Victorian Era, Science Fiction.
Books
The Feynman Lectures on Physics, Quantum Information and Quantum Computation, Art of Electronics, The Lord of the Rings, The Kingkiller Chronicles, The Elenium, The Parafaith War, Voyage from Yesteryear, Sea of Glass, The Moon is a Harsh Mistress.
Movies
Moon, Primer.
Music
The Planets, 1812 Overture, The Jupiter Symphony, The Seasons, The Clock Symphony, Pastoral Symphony, Justin Rutledge, Johnny Cash.
Quote
"He may be mad, but there is a method to his madness. There is nearly always a method to madness. It is what drives men mad, being methodical" - G. K. Chesterton

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At 5:49pm on July 22, 2015, Longarm said…

Thank you much, GE!

At 10:10pm on January 21, 2015, Herb Munson said…

Welcome to The Great Debate, Gent. Great to have you with us!

 
 
 

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