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Old Posted Feb 27, 2011, 4:02 AM
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Yeah when you are an architect you work so hard to see your building get accepted, and then you work so hard to build it it's like giving birth to a masterpiece. It's difficult. You have to work everyday just to see it rise. It's hard. In the end you watch it grow, and when the work is finish you stare at it. You marvel it. It's marveled work. It is like your own child. You can't stand to see it get hurt. Civil engineers have the same mentality. If anything happens to their bridges they get upset too. Why is, because they spend the same amount of time putting in everything to see their work. No matter what, and I would like to get a masters in civil engineering if I ever get, and finish my masters in architecture.
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