A Conversation for The Feline and Fiddle

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Post 821

Dr E Vibenstein (You know it is, it really is.)

Oh, yes please. smiley - runsmiley - cake


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Post 822

AEndr, The Mad Hatter

*hands Dr E a slice of sticky dark gingery cake with lemon icing on top*


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Post 823

Dr E Vibenstein (You know it is, it really is.)

smiley - drool
*munch*
*slurp*


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Post 824

AEndr, The Mad Hatter

*hands Dr E a second slice*


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Post 825

Dr E Vibenstein (You know it is, it really is.)

*munch*
*slurp*

That's marvellous smiley - cake, ├ćndr. smiley - smiley


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Post 826

Menza

*starts mopping the floor round EV where he seems to have drooled*


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Post 827

AEndr, The Mad Hatter

Perhaps drains and grills should be installed in the floor.


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Post 828

Menza

*ponders on that thought for a while*

Do you think it wise to leave a jack-hammer within easy reach of this lot? smiley - winkeye


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Post 829

Tinkerbell *tumbleweed*

Erm...Whats a jack hammer? smiley - erm


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Post 830

AEndr, The Mad Hatter

We could get Kitty to chase them over to C|_| 42 and back again once the grills are installed and all heavy machinery is removed from harm's way.


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Post 831

AEndr, The Mad Hatter

It's like a really big vibrator, but workmen use them for splitting up concrete and tarmac when making messes^W^W building stuff. Very noisy.


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Post 832

Cakewalker

*chokes on his cake*


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Post 833

AEndr, The Mad Hatter

hmph the snow caused my driving test to be cancelled

on the other hand

thesis now 100 pages!!!!


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Post 834

Cakewalker

Advantages of doing an architecture degree: you don't have to do a thesis, dissertation or any other writey stuff *hurrah!*

Disadvantages of doing an architecture degree: it doesn't qualify you to be an architect. For that you need to do a diploma, in which there's more than enough writey stuff *boo!*

Do you know a new date for your driving test yet, Aendr?


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Post 835

AEndr, The Mad Hatter

not yet, no

and I did a physics degree - no writey stuff, just labs and exams

but this is a PhD so requires the big book to be written


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Post 836

Dr E Vibenstein (You know it is, it really is.)

smiley - huh If an architecture degree doesn't qualify you to be an architect, what's the point of it?


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Post 837

Cakewalker

The sole purpose of the degree is to desensetize yourself to the pain of working in an architect's office. Therefore an architect's degree is suitable for a wide range of vocations, from working in Gordon Ramsay's kitchen to rebuilding the Chernobyl sarcophagus. I suspect the guy on Tarrant on TV last night who hangs weights from his testicles took an architecture degree.

The diploma is probably an adequate qualification for anyone wanting to re-plan parts of cities using giant pieces of styrofoam, but the only true architectural training is gained through working in an office (this being the case because office work as an architect bears little resemblance to the stuff you do in the university studios)


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Post 838

Dr E Vibenstein (You know it is, it really is.)

smiley - headhurts I wish I hadn't asked now! Can someone get me a smiley - ale?


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Post 839

Cakewalker

*hands EV a smiley - ale*


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Post 840

Dr E Vibenstein (You know it is, it really is.)

*glug*
*glug*
Aaah, that's better.


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