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operator jay
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PostPosted: Thu Jun 15, 2006 12:14 am    Post subject: Re: New * International Engineer * initials, * Eng-i * and * Ing-i *. Reply with quote

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If you are an approved Graduate Engineer, why not avail of the new *
International Engineer * initials, * Eng-i *, or * Ing-i * for
Continental Europe.

What the hell is an * International Engineer * ?
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Kevin Long
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PostPosted: Thu Jun 15, 2006 3:29 am    Post subject: Re: New * International Engineer * initials, * Eng-i * and * Ing-i *. Reply with quote

I'll tell ya what it is.......it is the most retarded, idiotic, stupid,
pathetic title I have ever seen! Only a big loser moron would put that
after their name!


"ms" <none@none.none> wrote in message
news:UbudnYLDpb_AOw3ZnZ2dnUVZ_o2dnZ2d@comcast.com...
Quote:
If you are an approved Graduate Engineer, why not avail of the new *
International Engineer * initials, * Eng-i *, or * Ing-i * for
Continental Europe.

What the hell is an * International Engineer * ?
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Engi
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PostPosted: Thu Jun 15, 2006 9:52 am    Post subject: Re: New * International Engineer * initials, * Eng-i * and * Ing-i *. Reply with quote

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While I realise that a memeber of a second rate institution like the M IEI
might be keen to add all the letters they can to their signature, for the
rest of us I don't think it really helps.

Greg Locock

Cheap shot, but wrong. This Institution comes within the Washington
accord. You sound like a quack who would like to be an approved
Engineer ! What Institution do you belong to ?

Fintan.
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Engi
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PostPosted: Thu Jun 15, 2006 9:56 am    Post subject: Re: New * International Engineer * initials, * Eng-i * and * Ing-i *. Reply with quote

An approved Engineer who is recognised Internationally. It takes brains
to figure that one !

ms wrote:
Quote:
If you are an approved Graduate Engineer, why not avail of the new *
International Engineer * initials, * Eng-i *, or * Ing-i * for
Continental Europe.

What the hell is an * International Engineer * ?
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Engi
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PostPosted: Thu Jun 15, 2006 9:58 am    Post subject: Re: New * International Engineer * initials, * Eng-i * and * Ing-i *. Reply with quote

KL wrote:
Quote:
I'll tell ya what it is.......it is the most retarded, idiotic, stupid,
pathetic title I have ever seen! Only a big loser moron would put that
after their name!

Another Quack with chip talking !!
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Engi
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PostPosted: Thu Jun 15, 2006 10:02 am    Post subject: Re: New * International Engineer * initials, * Eng-i * and * Ing-i *. Reply with quote

Pathetic. Another Quack with chip ( not electronic ) talking !


N:dlzc D:aol T:com (dlzc) wrote:
Quote:
Dear bulk:

bulk@engineer.com> wrote in message
news:1150278330.352447.136780@g10g2000cwb.googlegroups.com...


Hey! Store-bought credentials: the gold-front-tooth
of the engineering profession!

Do we also get a pinky ring with "Eng-i"
emblazoned upon it in sapphires...and that whistles
when you blow on it?

Sarcasm won't do much for the profession !

Sarcasm hides the pain brought on by seeing an age-old scam
brought back into circulation.

These are not store-bought.

They are not required by local employers, local governments. So
it is empty window dressing.

They are equivalent to the MANY already
approved initials in existence

Yes, they are made out of letters. And the altered case simply
makes them less easy to distinguish as meaning some sort of
honorarium.

but are a SINGLE INTERNATIONAL identity
for all approved Graduates. Is there
something wrong with this idea ?

If you can sell it to government as a requirement, say for
international commerce, it is just another straw on the camel's
back. Otherwise, it is simply another scam.

David A. Smith
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Engi
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PostPosted: Thu Jun 15, 2006 10:04 am    Post subject: Re: New * International Engineer * initials, * Eng-i * and * Ing-i *. Reply with quote

ms wrote:
Quote:
"Engi" <fintan.lynch@gmail.com> wrote in message
news:1150282046.877709.140380@f6g2000cwb.googlegroups.com...
There are over 200 sets of qualification initials in use by Engineers,
worldwide. I can't see why Engineers are so against the introduction of
the initials * Eng-i * as a single identity, internationally.

maybe its because * Eng-i * looks quite gay

Do You ? !!
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Engi
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PostPosted: Thu Jun 15, 2006 11:37 am    Post subject: Re: New * International Engineer * initials, * Eng-i * and * Ing-i *. Reply with quote

HI All,

My apologies to all the Doubters and Begrudgers. I am going on holidays
to-day and will be unable to reply to your postings. It makes me sad !

My advice to you is to go back to college and earn your * Eng-i *.
Engineering is a wonderful Profession and my aim is to improve it even
more, as best I can.

Regards to ALL,

Fintan Lynch, B.E., M.IEI., Eng-i.

+++++++++++++++++++++++++++
Engi wrote:
Quote:
If you are an approved Graduate Engineer, why not avail of the new *
International Engineer * initials, * Eng-i *, or * Ing-i * for
Continental Europe.

For further details, see website, http://www.eng-i.com.

Regards,
Fintan Lynch, B.E., M.IEI., Eng-i.
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jeff
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PostPosted: Thu Jun 15, 2006 1:09 pm    Post subject: Re: New * International Engineer * initials, * Eng-i * and * Ing-i *. Reply with quote

Engi wrote:
Quote:
I am not selling anything. What I am doing is merely proposing an
idea, and the approved Engineering Societies are considering it at
present. In the meantime I am promoting the idea.
Fintan.


You sir are a liar. You are promoting your own business where for a
"modest fee" one can add _your_ credential to their name. Here is the
XWhois of the site "who's idea you are just promoting":

Registrant:
Fintan Lynch (PR-I-NET-DOM)
The Birches, Ballymahon Road
Athlone, IE None
IE
+353xxxx
INVALIDfintan@engologist.comINVALID

Domain Name: PR-I.NET
Status: PROTECTED

Administrative Contact:
Lynch Fintan fintan@engologist.com
The Birches, Ballymahon Road
Athlone, IE None
IE
+353xxxx

Technical Contact, Zone Contact:
Fintan Lynch fintan@engologist.com
The Birches, Ballymahon Road
Athlone, IE None
IE
+353xxxx
---------------------------------------------------------------------
BTW, as a professional courtesy, I have munged the email address and phone #

--
jeff
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N:dlzc D:aol T:com (dlzc)
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PostPosted: Thu Jun 15, 2006 1:22 pm    Post subject: Re: New * International Engineer * initials, * Eng-i * and * Ing-i *. Reply with quote

Dear Engi:

"Engi" <fintan.lynch@gmail.com> wrote in message
news:1150365763.705737.39120@f6g2000cwb.googlegroups.com...
Quote:
Pathetic. Another Quack with chip ( not
electronic ) talking !

And you call what you are doing "drumming up support"?

You are advertising on usenet. This is against the charter.
Continued behavior prohibited by the charter will get you
reported to your ISP. Then I won't have to listen to your
attacks on my character (if any).

Get governments to require your choice of initials in order to
get government contracts. Otherwise you are simply offering to
sell "name warts".

David A. Smith
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Greg Locock
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PostPosted: Sat Jun 17, 2006 5:24 am    Post subject: Re: New * International Engineer * initials, * Eng-i * and * Ing-i *. Reply with quote

"Engi" <fintan.lynch@gmail.com> wrote in
news:1150365148.509582.77850@u72g2000cwu.googlegroups.com:

Quote:


While I realise that a memeber of a second rate institution like the
M IEI might be keen to add all the letters they can to their
signature, for the rest of us I don't think it really helps.

Greg Locock

Cheap shot, but wrong. This Institution comes within the Washington
accord. You sound like a quack who would like to be an approved
Engineer ! What Institution do you belong to ?

Fintan.


IMechE, nosey parker. Unless you get reciprocity with PE status in
American states (and you don't) then your Washington Accord is pretty
much a little carrot they dangled before your eyes, in a clever piece of
bait and switch politics.

Never heard of your lot, oh I see, a bogtrotter's collective, confusing
that you use the same initials as the Indians.

Funny I've been an engineer for 20 years and never heard of IEI before.

Of course if you really wanted an internationally recognised set of
initials to pump up your ego you could either get your chartership, or
EurEng.

But you wouldn't make any money out of that would you?

Cheers

Greg Locock
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bulk@engineer.com
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PostPosted: Sat Jun 17, 2006 5:13 pm    Post subject: Re: New * International Engineer * initials, * Eng-i * and * Ing-i *. Reply with quote

Greg, or is that your alias ?

You are a nasty piece of work and a coward. You attack someone that you
know cannot respond. See a previous posting.

To me you are a Quack with a big chip on your shoulder masquerading as
an Engineer.

I have done a check in the different countries and you do not show up
as an Engineer. Who are you ? What Engineering Society do you belong to
?

I am in the education business and I know that the IEI represents some
of the worlds most advanced Graduates. Employers travel to Ireland to
recruit these Graduate Engineers. So the M.IEI has credentials, not
like you.

With regard to making money, the use of the ' Eng-i ' is FREE to THOSE
QUALIFIED. See website.

So as a gobshite, would you please shut up, go back to college, and let
us use this newsgroup as it should be used.

John Carey, Ph.D.

Quote:

IMechE, nosey parker. Unless you get reciprocity with PE status in
American states (and you don't) then your Washington Accord is pretty
much a little carrot they dangled before your eyes, in a clever piece of
bait and switch politics.

Never heard of your lot, oh I see, a bogtrotter's collective, confusing
that you use the same initials as the Indians.

Funny I've been an engineer for 20 years and never heard of IEI before.

Of course if you really wanted an internationally recognised set of
initials to pump up your ego you could either get your chartership, or
EurEng.

But you wouldn't make any money out of that would you?

Cheers

Greg Locock
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Greg Locock
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PostPosted: Sat Jun 17, 2006 11:55 pm    Post subject: Re: New * International Engineer * initials, * Eng-i * and * Ing-i *. Reply with quote

bulk@engineer.com wrote in news:1150564430.064436.142350
@f6g2000cwb.googlegroups.com:

Quote:
Greg, or is that your alias ?

I have the guts to post with my real name and email address.

Quote:

You are a nasty piece of work and a coward. You attack someone that you
know cannot respond. See a previous posting.



What on Earth are you talking about?

Quote:

To me you are a Quack with a big chip on your shoulder masquerading as
an Engineer.

Yes, I've been masquerading as an engineer for 23 years. If you check out my
profile on eng-tips you'll see that a few people have found my engineering advice
useful.

Quote:

I have done a check in the different countries and you do not show up
as an Engineer. Who are you ? What Engineering Society do you belong to
?

I Mech E, as stated below. Please read for comprehension.

Quote:

I am in the education business and I know that the IEI represents some
of the worlds most advanced Graduates. Employers travel to Ireland to
recruit these Graduate Engineers. So the M.IEI has credentials, not
like you.

Well your research skills are obviously poor, since you couldn't even find out
which Institute I'm in even when I told you. So I'll reserve judgement on the
reliability of your opinions.

Quote:

With regard to making money, the use of the ' Eng-i ' is FREE to THOSE
QUALIFIED. See website.

So as a gobshite, would you please shut up, go back to college,

Oh great, I have to get /another/ degree?



Quote:
John Carey, Ph.D.



Who the f*** are you, wanker?

Why don't you read my post and answer the points it raises rather than just
masturbating in public?

Cheers

Greg Locock (random ego-boosting letters appended here)







Quote:


IMechE, nosey parker. Unless you get reciprocity with PE status in
American states (and you don't) then your Washington Accord is pretty
much a little carrot they dangled before your eyes, in a clever piece of
bait and switch politics.

Never heard of your lot, oh I see, a bogtrotter's collective, confusing
that you use the same initials as the Indians.

Funny I've been an engineer for 20 years and never heard of IEI before.

Of course if you really wanted an internationally recognised set of
initials to pump up your ego you could either get your chartership, or
EurEng.

But you wouldn't make any money out of that would you?

Cheers

Greg Locock

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bulk@engineer.com
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PostPosted: Sun Jun 18, 2006 4:07 pm    Post subject: Re: New * International Engineer * initials, * Eng-i * and * Ing-i *. Reply with quote

Greg Locock wrote:
Quote:
bulk@engineer.com wrote in news:1150564430.064436.142350
@f6g2000cwb.googlegroups.com:

Hi Greg,

I had reason to talk to Fintan Lynch this morning by telephone on an
important matter and he said that this bickering should stop as it is
foolish and a waste of everybodies time and bad for the Newsgroup. I
agree.

He sends his apologies for the insults, as do I.

So, will we call it quits and direct our energies positively elsewhere
?

Regards,
John Carey.
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Greg Locock
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PostPosted: Mon Jun 19, 2006 7:56 am    Post subject: Re: New * International Engineer * initials, * Eng-i * and * Ing-i *. Reply with quote

bulk@engineer.com wrote in news:1150646826.220616.187670
@r2g2000cwb.googlegroups.com:

Quote:

Greg Locock wrote:
bulk@engineer.com wrote in news:1150564430.064436.142350
@f6g2000cwb.googlegroups.com:

Hi Greg,

I had reason to talk to Fintan Lynch this morning by telephone on an
important matter and he said that this bickering should stop as it is
foolish and a waste of everybodies time and bad for the Newsgroup. I
agree.

He sends his apologies for the insults, as do I.

So, will we call it quits and direct our energies positively elsewhere
?

Regards,
John Carey.



A sound plan.
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