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Subject:Re: Gender Differences From:Win Day <winday -at- IDIRECT -dot- COM> Date:Sun, 19 Nov 1995 20:14:24 -0500
Nah, we can look as rumpled as the male engineers. Especially since we
usually can't find coveralls and steel-toed workshoes to fit properly!
At 11:47 AM 11/19/95 -0700, Romay Jean Sitze <rositze -at- NMSU -dot- EDU> wrote:
>Is this why there are so few female engineers? :)
>On Sun, 19 Nov 1995, Robert Plamondon wrote:
>> I haven't figured out the rules for writers, but the division between
>> engineers and accountants works like this: if you can put on a shirt
>> and tie and not look like you slept in it five minutes later, you
>> get to be an accountant. Otherwise, you have to be an engineer.
>> -- Robert
> RoMay Sitze, rositze -at- nmsu -dot- edu
Email: winday -at- idirect -dot- com