Ivan thanks for the response

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Subject: Re: [PEDA] OT engineering and politics WAS: converting protel
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> > Ivan I like the way you think
> >
> > For some reason I don't even see the standalone schematic as being
> available
> > with DXP, I think it's been done away with, as in only the full boat is
> > available. With the integration of data and footprints as such I can see
> > why. It's an interconnectivity thing.
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> > Any chance you going into politics.
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> No way!  I like engineering.  I can't stand politics.  They are the exact
> opposite of each other.  Consider:
>
> 1)  Engineering is where you work within the constraints of natural law,
> which does not change.  Occasionally your understanding of natural law
> improves, but natural law itself does not change.  Therefore you have a
> solid foundation to upon which to build science, applications, etc and
grow
> a body of knowledge.
> 2)  Politics is where you work to construct, destruct, and change
> legislative law, which is a totally artificial man-made construct.
> Legislative law is always changing, therefore you have no solid foundation
> upon which to build a government, society, etc.  You could grow a body of
> legal knowledge, and then have it legislated away into irrelevance.  A
prime
> example of this is funding of child care in Florida.  Each governer's
> administration that comes in undoes what the predecessor did.  Child care
> agencies (private non-profits) have to redo all of their child care
programs
> and state contracts to work with the new laws.  And then they have to find
a
> way to reconcile the state changes with federal changes.  All this just to
> keep doing what they have been doing for years.  What a colossal waste of
> time!
>
> Some people may claim that the U.S. Constitution and the Bill of Rights
are
> a solid foundation upon which to build.  That is true only if the elected
> reps hold it in high regard.  When the reps look upon it as merely legal
> mechanics to be exploited and worked around for the benefit of the highest
> bidders, it becomes worthless.  The people may still rally around the
> Constitution and Bill of Rights, but their reps have already moved on...
>
> It is a shame that politics is the playground of lawyers.  Much better
laws
> and decisions could be made if those in charge actually worked in the
fields
> they governed.  I sure would like to be the one in charge of IP and
> anti-trust law!  If I was, there would be maybe a hundredth as many
patents
> as there are now, and we'd be saying "micro-who?".
>
> I apologize for the OT reply, but I did need to answer this.
>
> Best regards,
> Ivan Baggett
> Bagotronix Inc.
> website:  www.bagotronix.com
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> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Joe Sapienza" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> To: "Protel EDA Forum" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> Sent: Tuesday, September 17, 2002 12:44 PM
> Subject: Re: [PEDA] converting protel schematic to orcad
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> > Ivan I like the way you think
> >
> > For some reason I don't even see the standalone schematic as being
> available
> > with DXP, I think it's been done away with, as in only the full boat is
> > available. With the integration of data and footprints as such I can see
> > why. It's an interconnectivity thing.
> >
> > Any chance you going into politics.
>
>


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