An Engineer Was Crossing A Road One Day, When A Frog Called Out To Him And Said, "if You Kiss Me, I'll Turn Into A Beautiful Princess." He Bent Over, Picked Up The Frog And Put It In His Pocket. The Frog Spoke Up Again And Said, "if You Kiss Me And Turn Me Back Into A Beautiful Princess, I Will Stay
with You For One Week." The Engineer Took The Frog Out Of His Pocket, Smiled At It And Returned It To The Pocket. The Frog Then Cried Out, "if You Kiss Me And Turn Me Back Into A Princess, I'll Stay With You For One Week And Do Anything You Want." Again, The Engineer Took The Frog Out, Smiled At It And Put It Back Into His Pocket. Finally, The Frog Asked,
"what Is The Matter? I've Told You I'm A Beautiful Princess, And That I'll
stay With You For One Week And Do Anything You Want. Why Won't You Kiss
me?" The Engineer Said, "look, I'm An Engineer. I Don't Have Time For A
girlfriend, But A Talking Frog, Now That's Cool."
An Architect, Engineer And Owner Decide To Design A Building. The Architect Asks The Owner What Style Of Building He Wants. The Owner Describes The Building Down To Each Detail For The Architect. The Architect Spends A Day Drawing A Cartoon Of The Building And Submits It To The Owner For Review. The Owner Looks At The Drawings And Hates Everything He Sees. A Week Has Passed And The Owner Has Made The Architect Go Back And Redraw His Picture Several Times Before The Owner Reluctantly Agrees On How The Building Should Look.
next, The Architect Submits His Picture To The Engineer For Design. The Engineer Takes The Picture And Begins Calculating And Creating Computer Models To Determine If The Building Will Stand. The Engineer Finds That The Architects Proposed Picture Would Require Structural Members Having A Strength Greater Than Could Be Provided By Any Material Known On Earth. The Engineer Calls The Owner And Explains The Problems With The Architect's Picture And Makes Suggestions On How To Remedy It. A Couple Of Months Go By And The Engineer Has Finished His Design. He Submits His Drawings To The Owner For Final Review And It Looks Nothing Like The Original Proposal By The Architect. The Owner Then Asks What The Final Price Of The Building Is And The Engineer States It Will Cost 3 Times As Much As Originally Quoted. The Owner Turns Red With Rage And Begins Shouting Colorful Adjectives. The Owner Then Takes Out A Pencil And Paper And Scratches On A Piece Of Paper A Building That Is Aesthetically Pleasing, Practical, And Half Of The Original Cost. The Engineer Takes The Drawings And Returns A Week Later With The Finished Design. The Building Was Built At Half The Original Cost And Looks Exactly Like What The Owner Had Drawn.
The Owner Says He Loves His New Building But Asks, What Has The Architect Been Doing These Past Couple Of Months. The Engineer States He Is Not Exactly Sure. Therefore, They Both Go To The Architect's Desk And Ask Him What He Has Been Doing These Past Couple Of Months. The Architect Looks At Them Both Puzzled And States Without Taking A Breath, "i Have Been Contemplating A Dilemma Of Substantial Proportions That Adversely Effects The Space Flow Continuity Of The Contours And The Absolute Existence Of The Surrounding Aesthetical Hyperbolic Curves Within The Universal Constraints Of The Feasibilities Studies". The Owner And Engineer Look At Each Other Nervously And Wonder About The Future Existence Of The New Building. They Ask The Architect What Is Exactly Is The Problem. The Architect Then States He Is Not Sure If The Trim Should Be Painted Pale Fancy Teal Or Bold Beige. The Owner Becomes Aggravated With The Architect And Says, "just Paint The Damm Thing Blue".
Every year 15th September is celebrated as Engineer`s Day. Day is the birthday of Sir Mokshagundam Visvesvarayya, prominent Indian engineer from College Of Engg, Pune (COEP)
and statesman born in Muddenahalli-Kanivenarayanapura in present day Karnataka.
He served as the chief engineer during construction of Krishna Raja Sagara on the Kaveri River near Mysore. He also built many dams in the Bombay presidency (present day Maharashtra). The dams built by him are still functional even today, a testimony to his brilliance, skill, honesty and dedication. So 15September, Engineer’s Day 2010 which becomes 150 years since a legend was born, is quite a remarkable tribute to the greatestIndian Engineer Bharat Ratna M. Visvesvarayya.
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