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2013: Our wishlist for the new year (Part One!)

Discussion in 'Engineering Comics - "Absolute Zero"' started by Deepak Gopalakrishnan, Jan 1, 2013.

  • by Deepak Gopalakrishnan, Jan 1, 2013 at 8:11 PM
  • Deepak Gopalakrishnan

    Deepak Gopalakrishnan The Absolute Zero

    Engineering Discipline:
    Chemical
    New Year Wishes.

    Happy new year to all of you CEians from all of us here at Absolute Zero (which means, only me. Ah well).

    PS: What's on your wishlist? Put 'em up here and make the life of a lazy cartoonist easier ;)
     
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  1. lal
    Is that you Chuck, the person with Perry's handbook :mrgreen:
  2. Harshad Italiya
    Second comic shows that sent via or sent from irritates most. :) :p
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  3. A.V.Ramani
    I have been carrying Perry's Handbook around since 1960 and am still 55.5 kgs.
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  4. A.V.Ramani
    1. Getting out of CE addiction. (not blooming likely)
    2. Go on a long (at least fortnight) holiday. (equally unlikely)
    3. Learn Esperanto. (already started)
    4. Learn Sanskrit (trying, but progress slow)
    5. Develop a wearable heart pump. (that needs at least 7 years, by which time I may use it on myself)
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  5. Jeffrey Samuel
    1. No computer after 23 00 hrs(posting after 11 00 pm)
    2. No mobile frenzy( couldn't stop forwarding that message)
    3. take your head out of college politics (Trapped in it like never before )
    4. Nice start to a new year
  6. Saandeep Sreerambatla
    Post me if you need some help! I think I can :)

    and my wishlist, not working on what I dont love and work on something I love.

    and I am sure I will be able to do this.
  7. Kaustubh Katdare
    Sanskrit - I want to learn that language! :rolleyes: No one get out of CE addiction please :coffee:
  8. zaveri
    how heavy is this perry's handbook anyway ?

    because we mechanical guys use design data books as well
  9. zaveri
    Here is something to be learnt : mom's "antique" phone still rules, and is better than the tabs and touchscreens.
  10. A.V.Ramani
    Mine is a third edition leather bound (1960). I weighed it on my digital scale. It weighs in at 2.4 kg +/- 50 gms.
  11. zaveri
    Whoa ! that is the weight of one smallest single dumbbell !
  12. Deepak Gopalakrishnan
    Third edition?! Machan that is vintage level stuff!
  13. A.V.Ramani
    At 73 I am at vintage level myself. We Chemical Engineering staff at IIT M got the book at half price. I still use it every day.
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  14. Ankita Katdare
    Thanks to @Rajni Jain Remembering this after 12 months! :-D
    Really, how close are we?
  15. SarathKumar Chandrasekaran
    So now we are nearing to the end of 2013 and we are awaiting to see the blasting 2014.Post whether you had reached your wishlist......
  16. zaveri
    This particular thread has become antique.
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  17. Issue
    Very good comics @Deepak Gopalakrishnan

    Then you must be a superb body builder. Two arms 10+10 kg and 35.5 kg weight.
    Remember Sunny Deol saying I have 2.5 kg hands?;)
  18. A.V.Ramani
    1. Getting out of CE addiction. (not blooming likely)
    Failed.

    2. Go on a long (at least fortnight) holiday. (equally unlikely)
    Managed a five fortnight holiday and had a great time. Had to work two hours a day online.

    3. Learn Esperanto. (already started)
    4. Learn Sanskrit (trying, but progress slow)
    3 & 4 going along.

    5. Develop a wearable heart pump. (that needs at least 7 years, by which time I may use it on myself)
    Did one animal test of the external version in mid December successfully. Hope to shave off two years from development time.

    Became wiser and took an end of the year resolution to avoid new year resolutions.
    Succeeded in that.
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  19. Kaustubh Katdare
    ..ouch! Why saar? Why do you want to get out of CE addiction? We're working our butts off to make CE more addictive and more useful.

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