Engineering solutions

Jazz 15 October 2012 9

Engineering house

Engineer 1: Oi Jack… did you manage to come up with an engineering solution to the N that keeps falling off the front of the building?
Engineer 2: I did boss, took a while, lots of planning and calculations and approval processes but I reckon we’ve got the problem fixed finally
Engineer 1: Good to hear Jack, knew I could count on you. Under budget too, from what I hear.
Engineer 2: Yeah you could say that…

(Spotted in Barton earlier today)

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9 Responses to Engineering solutions
enrique enrique 7:03 am 16 Oct 12


cranky cranky 9:21 pm 15 Oct 12

Get the original sign company in, and tell them to *%^$well fix it!

pepmeup pepmeup 8:02 pm 15 Oct 12

Classic image lol

Tooks Tooks 7:40 pm 15 Oct 12

I don’t know why, but that reminds me of Kruger Industrial Smoothing (old Seinfeld reference).

screaming banshee screaming banshee 5:59 pm 15 Oct 12

Clearly it’s N+2, so they can maintain redundancy even with one N out of service

Holden Caulfield Holden Caulfield 4:35 pm 15 Oct 12

Maybe somebody needs to insert an ‘s’ in between the first ‘i’ and second ‘n’.

p996911turbo p996911turbo 4:18 pm 15 Oct 12

But where’s the N+1 redundancy?

p1 p1 4:06 pm 15 Oct 12

Problem – “N” falls off.

Solution – Stick “N” back on.

What is the problem?

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