Occupations

I pulled this quote from an article on George Peck.

“The five best riders I met at the California weekend were a physicist, a
mathematician, a neurophysiologist, a computer analyst, and an Intel
executive.”

My question is… Who is the neurophysiologist?

Wayne van Wijk
wayne@jester.com.au


O–( >–|-o

OUCH! Just fell off my unicycle.


RE: Occupations

> “The five best riders I met at the California weekend were a
> physicist, a
> mathematician, a neurophysiologist, a computer analyst, and an Intel
> executive.”
>
> My question is… Who is the neurophysiologist?

The press at its best. I’m sure the neurophysiologist is for-real, but I
don’t remember who. But how about the Intel executive? We had Brett
Bymaster, who was a co-op (college student coming and going a few months at
a time), and me, a contractor. At lest Brett was an Intel employee.

At that time I told people I worked at Intel, which was correct. But I did
not work for Intel. Now I work at an agency that does work for Intel,
but I’m not at Intel (except for the occasional meeting).

Now I see where a reporter could get all that screwed up, but there were
definitely no executives among us…

JF

Re: Occupations

----- Original Message -----
From: Wayne van Wijk <wvanwijk@gil.com.au>
Newsgroups: rec.sport.unicycling
To: <rsu@unicycling.org>
Sent: Thursday, March 28, 2002 12:21 AM
Subject: Occupations

> I pulled this quote from an article on George Peck.
>
> “The five best riders I met at the California weekend were a physicist, a
> mathematician, a neurophysiologist, a computer analyst, and an Intel
> executive.”
>
> My question is… Who is the neurophysiologist?

Another question… What is an Intel executive?

Lowell

Ok, so a physicist, a mathematician, a neurophysiologist, a computer analyst, and an Intel executive are in an elevator,

oy, ill shuttup
dan

RE: Occupations

> Another question… What is an Intel executive?

Definitely not any of us at the early MUni Weekends:

http://www.intel.com/pressroom/execbios.htm?iid=cmpnyinfo+nav_execbios&

Enjoy,
JF

Re: Occupations

On Thu, 28 Mar 2002 16:44:19 -0800, John Foss <john_foss@asinet.com>
wrote:

>At that time I told people I worked at Intel, which was correct. But I did
>not work for Intel. Now I work at an agency that does work for Intel,
>but I’m not at Intel (except for the occasional meeting).

I for one have never worked at Intel nor for Intel, but I work
with Intel (or should that be on Intel? - too intricate for me).
Yeah, there’s one such chip in my PC…

Klaas Bil

“To trigger/fool/saturate/overload Echelon, the following has been picked automagically from a database:”
“Reno, ANC, ASU”

RE: Occupations

> I for one have never worked at Intel nor for Intel, but I work
> with Intel (or should that be on Intel? - too intricate for me).
> Yeah, there’s one such chip in my PC…

That means you have Intel inside.

JF