Call me ME, Miscellaneous Engineer – Part 2

Life is getting more interesting and more adventurous (ironically) by days being a ME, MISCELLANEOUS ENGINEER. One of the miscellaneous scopes of work is to go take site photos. Let me show you all the fun and games:- 

Well, in order for me to snap this photo, I scurried across the road (afraid kena knock by car/s coming down from the ramp at high speed), then I needed to do hurdling a bit (to jump over the guard rail) and finally stood at the median to snap the photo.  

Thank God, that I do not have to cross this road with so heavy traffic and snap the photo I want. 

Because I have DIGICAM, what I need to do is just to ZOOM.

To get another job done, I first have to cross the road. Next, I have to stand within the limited space of the road curb to snap this following photo:

The funniest (again, ironically) part, was to tahan the kind of sight thrown by those who drove passing by, “Why? The scenery here very nice to snap meh?

While making every endeavor to cope with my scope of work, I try to put in creativity in my daily ME job as well. See, I took this photo at such an angle that the gantry looked so grand right? Impressed or not? 

Well, this got nothing to do with my work, just found the signage very cute in terms of height


2 Responses to “Call me ME, Miscellaneous Engineer – Part 2”

  1. 1 St. September 28, 2006 at 9:25 pm

    I can explain about the signage, it was suppose to be 8\’ tall when they approved it. Then Samy Vellu took 4\’ from it, along came the contractor who took 2\’ from it, then the sub-contractor took 1\’ from it, then the sub-subcontractor took 0.5\’ from it, when the project got to the sub-sub-sub contractor, it was 0.5\’ left, unhappy about what\’s left over, he took 1" off it for kicks, so now, its left with 5" pole.

  2. 2 fish November 24, 2006 at 10:14 am

    this is reallt funny~~ XD msia signages alwiz giv pp wrong way one eh~~ aiks~~~

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