> > If you even understand anything I wrote about my rather successful career, go ahead and quiz me.
> > That should be interesting coming from someone who thinks thinks calculating current and
> > average speed on a bike computer is a complicated algorithm.
> You have to be one stupid asshole to believe that repeating the truth: Rising prices and rising crime is what is known as a fact. But apparently you are unaware of that.
Let alone the fact that you didn't follow up on your promise:
> > Then after you lie your ass off answer a couple of questions pertaining to your claims.
At no point did I make a claim that prices weren't rising. At no point did I say crime wasn't a problem in your area. I said you whined about both.
> You have never been in the service and yet can tell us what I could or could NOT tell from 5,000 feet.
One does not need to have been in the military to know that you can't discern the condition of a dirt road from 5000 feet.
> Tell us what you know about the Ho Chi Minh trail which was almost entirely in the open except for the southern tip.
We've been through this before too, sparky. WE showed you pictures from the vietnam war which showed the trail in the jungle, after you tried to claim that pictures you found from the 90's with paved roads were representative of the conditions 30 years earlier. You're not fooling anyone, sparky. You're an idiot, through and through.
> So, you're QC but you think that you know engineering? That is why you're QC.
No, stupid, I'm not _in_ QC. I manage Engineering quality control. If you had any real engineering background you'd understand the difference. In previous roles I was en engineering lab manager and an NPI manager. Yes, I know engineering, way more than you.
> And yes, I have been directly involved in most of the major medical advanced in the last 30 years or more.
Sure you have, just like you've read out three libraries. You must have fit that in somewhere between your stints at livermore labs which aren't on your resume.
> This is something that a QC "engineer" wouldn't know about.
A QC engineer wouldn't know about development? Maybe this is why you can't find a job.
> In fact QC knows nothing that they aren't told.
Sorry, I was wrong, _this_ is why you can't find a job. Engineering QC monitors development and guides the development process such that marketing, engineering, regulatory, and production requirements are met. It's not surprising you don't know this, never having been involved in engineering at anything more than a lab tech level.
> Certainly QC is necessary and a good QC department could be expected to have long term employment, why don't you know what your own development department was like?
Where did you get the idea that I don't? My involvement in development are from design concept, through proof-of-concept, through V & V, then to error simulation (hardware and software) and proof testing. The Functional Safety design process demands backwards and forwards traceability from the marketing requirements document through production testing. That's what a QC engineer does, sparky. I'm also responsible for root cause failure analysis from beta sites to field failures, which necessarily involves hardware and firmware debug, then comparison against the FMEDA reports generated during the pilot development. Still want to quiz me, sparky?
> My step son has gone through companies in the Aerospace industry with a masters degree and he is working on his PhD.
> Do you suppose that he changes jobs every couple of years for the fun of it? Or because that is how you advance in real engineering?
Every few years to every five years, sure. I've been involved in the hiring process at my past three companies, An average 5 year turn isn't bad. I've never been anywhere more than ten. My path is not unsual. Your path of jobs seldom lasting more than a year is indicative of a major dysfunction.
> You are a stupid ass and cannot see anything or know anything.
Tell us again how you can train for power without a power meter?
> Who actually goes to the supermarket and buys your food since it so obviously isn't you watching people trying to make ends meet and failing?
My wife and I go shopping together most times. It's paid for out of our joint account. As a senior HR administrator for an international pharmaceutical conglomerate, she makes some pretty serious money (not as much as I do, but not far off). WE see people at our grocery store on food stamps. Again, I'll put up our contributions to the local food pantries and homeless shelters up against yours any day.
Stop embarrassing yourself tommy. You'd be pitiful if you weren't such a fucking asshole.