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People send me stuff. This list of 20 intelligent jokes with a smattering of science and engineering jokes is worth sharing. Some won’t get all of them, for example, I have no idea what #1 is…

People send me stuff. This list of 20 intelligent jokes with a smattering of science and engineering jokes is worth sharing. Some won't get all of them, for example, I have no idea what is about.the rest, are just entertaining.

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"Each [aspect of the piece] transports its silent freight of information. Each implies, by what it is and what it is not, the orientation of the craftsman toward work, as well as toward workmanship, nature, beauty, tradition, and human character. Together, the details reveal an extraordinary investment of time, care, and skill in a functional object intended for the home. They read as an argument for the value and dignity of daily domestic life." - Peter Korn in Why We Make Things & Why It…

"Each [aspect of the piece] transports its silent freight of information. Each implies, by what it is and what it is not, the orientation of the craftsman toward work, as well as toward workmanship, nature, beauty, tradition, and human character. Together, the details reveal an extraordinary investment of time, care, and skill in a functional object intended for the home. They read as an argument for the value and dignity of daily domestic life." - Peter Korn in Why We Make Things & Why It…