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Crampons

Started this discussion. Last reply by terry sperling Jan 28. 8 Replies

I will be going on a day hike near the end of March in New Hampshire. I have looked into the types of crampons to use and I have narrowed it down to Aluminum, and a strap on type. What are some…Continue

Tags: Crampons, Gear, Hiking

First Five

Started this discussion. Last reply by Fabricante Jan 15. 3 Replies

Hi Everyone,I have recently started working full time at my company. I did a Co-Op for more than a year. I started officially this past June.Originally around the time I was deciding to work full…Continue

Tags: School, Graduate, Engineering, Career, Job

For The Gamers In Your Life

Started this discussion. Last reply by Elliot James Nov 30, 2015. 4 Replies

Christmas is coming. The Geese are getting fat.I have been out of Christmas shopping for a couple of years. I was out to dinner with my two buddies and I was trying to get a handle on what they are…Continue

Tags: Games, Video, Electronics, Gifts

Cut The Caffeine

Started this discussion. Last reply by Regular Joe Oct 5, 2015. 16 Replies

I was reading the article on quitting caffeine, and I noticed that I do not fall under more that moderate use. I have one cup of a 12 ounce cup a day, so it seems that it is benefiting me rather than…Continue

 

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Pale Horse replied to Fabricante's discussion Crampons
"Ha! I thought I was the only one!"
Jan 28
Regular Joe replied to Fabricante's discussion Crampons
"Got your cramp on? Get a tampon. "
Jan 28
Carl Monster replied to Fabricante's discussion Crampons
"Sounds like a tampon brand infused with aspirin for cramps."
Jan 28
Fabricante replied to Fabricante's discussion Crampons
"Yeah, that is ok if it is, I've spent a lot of time sitting studying Electrical Engineering haha!"
Jan 27
C Sil replied to Fabricante's discussion Crampons
"Monadnock is a pretty easy hike In all honesty with the warm weather we've been having in New England I would say you're more than safe with the ones you are thinking about  you could probably get away with Hillsound free step rather…"
Jan 27
Fabricante replied to Fabricante's discussion Crampons
"Monadnock. I am eying Hilllsound Crampons"
Jan 26
C Sil replied to Fabricante's discussion Crampons
"Where are you going in the Whites? For the most part the hinged strapped crampons will suffice for the day hiker they are after all just to get you over some icy spots I've used everything from full on climbing crampons to instep crampons You…"
Jan 26
Fabricante posted a discussion

Crampons

I will be going on a day hike near the end of March in New Hampshire. I have looked into the types of crampons to use and I have narrowed it down to Aluminum, and a strap on type. What are some recommendations for these? See More
Jan 26
Fabricante replied to Fabricante's discussion First Five
"Thanks to both of you."
Jan 15
D. R. Fowler replied to Fabricante's discussion First Five
"Stick with it.  You are getting work experience in your field.  Don't worry about exactly what you're doing until you finish your graduate degree.  Then focus on what you want to do with it."
Jan 8
Rick Shelton replied to Fabricante's discussion First Five
"Everyone starts at the bottom and works their way up, your 'bottom' can lead you places the other 'bottom' can't.  Business processes are what drive the bottom line for a company and yes, any engineer could come up with…"
Jan 6
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First Five

Hi Everyone,I have recently started working full time at my company. I did a Co-Op for more than a year. I started officially this past June.Originally around the time I was deciding to work full time, I interviewed at two other places. One was for a starting Controls Engineer job where I deal in industrial automation. This was the sector or industry I wanted to head in while I was working towards my undergrad. The other job was as a Vision Engineer for OSRAM Sylvania which got the contract…See More
Jan 5
Native Son replied to Fabricante's discussion Self-Denial In Practice in the group Catholic Men
"Yes.  What you're doing vis-a-vis grad school is paying your dues.  It's also a trade-off (Party/Study).   OTOH, you're already planning for Lent?  Wow! Advent is barely half over."
Dec 7, 2015
Fabricante replied to Fabricante's discussion Self-Denial In Practice in the group Catholic Men
"So it has to be treated as a different category? I'm doing the abstaining from meat this lent only bread and water for the whole day on Wednesday and Friday."
Dec 7, 2015
Native Son replied to Fabricante's discussion Self-Denial In Practice in the group Catholic Men
"I think you've confused self-denial with choosing to concentrate on academics instead of the pleasure of hanging out.  Self denial is consciously refusing personal temporal pleasure for religious or spiritual reasons. Choosing to study for…"
Dec 7, 2015
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Self-Denial In Practice

Reading a book by Matt Kelly, and in it he has a chapter on denying ourselves and how it benefits multiple areas of our lives, and is something important to being really happy in life. I believe this and I do believe that I do practice self denial. But now a days I am wondering what passes as carrying our crosses. Reason being, as a Catholic we are called to be in relation with others like friends and such. But say I am trying to get into grad school at the age of 27 for a masters in Electrical…See More
Dec 2, 2015

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