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to go to work went to the cranfield campus in.. er.. cranfield. it'd go off a main road, up a really long side road (1/2 miles i think), turn around, pick usually 1 or 2 people up, and then drive back down to the main road. without it, the journey would've been about 20 minutes shorter.
i hate cranfield.
from when I worked in Cranfield a few years ago!
that's what makes it so brilliant!
are killing me!!!!!!
how can anyone take themselves so seriously as to list that many.
does he get letters addressed to him like that? does he give his name and those when he fills in applications?
he's a bit of a science mofo.
he's like the tupac of molecular biology
since he has such a DAMN LOVELY SMILE?
because, if you do, you're damn straight.
but he keeps publishing papers?
but you don't put your BSc or similar qualification up after you've got a PhD.
I used to be a member of the Istitute of Physics and that allowed me to put GradInstP after my name when I graduated.
I never did.
Theodore Julian Graham-Brown MPhys GradInstP (formerly)
after her name.
how not to sound snobbish? HOW?!!?!?
It depends on the context, though.
If our programmers put things like that in their names it helps to give the company a 'higher standing'.
If she does it on everything even if it's a memo to you then yeah it's pretty silly.
Actually scratch that. It's BA so worthless. If it was a BSc then maybe. but really only PhDs for higher are worth mentioning.
i dont put my MA on. its just braggy.
Doesn't she realise that nearly everyone seems to have a BA (Hons) now, it's hardly anything special...
the hilarity arises
It's probably worth a lot more than from all but a couple of others.
i dont think so.
That's the only sort of reason I can think of.
you really should be putting MA (Oxon.) as you get a free Masters. I know that's what I do, even on Myspaz messages.
and anyone who shelled out on the "administration fee" should be ashamed of themselves.
me. MA (Oxoniensis)
I've never heard of it in my life. If he has all those qualifications why isn't working somewhere that's actually real...
it's in the middle of a bunch of fields in bedfordshire.
I'd at least try and make them spell something.
Professor Sir John O'Reilly UrA GUa YLOl
Ur a guay lol