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Tuesday's Top Ten Comics on Engineers

This week is Engineer's Day! Please follow the instructions, make sure you have the correct set of tools, and carefully assemble this week's Tuesday's Top Ten Comics!

1. Skip knows that men require action! Luckily, he found a way to have that while remaining sitting down. comicskingdom.com

Intelligent Life, August 27, 2015
Intelligent Life, August 27, 2015

2. The best engineers know that there are never large-scale mistakes. There are just happy little accidents. comicskingdom.com

Rhymes With Orange, December 14, 2013
Rhymes With Orange, December 14, 2013

3. Ed has realized that while smartphones are astonishing pieces of technology, current trends imply they might be slightly incomplete. comicskingdom.com

Dustin, July 24, 2015
Dustin, July 24, 2015

4. Skip may know physics and math, but true claw machine mastery requires more than these petty things. It requires true transcendence. comicskingdom.com

Intelligent Life, July 27, 2014
Intelligent Life, July 27, 2014

5. Tiff reveals that knowledge of proper dishwasher-packing is equivalent to a stealth engineering degree by itself. comicskingdom.com

Take It From The Tinkersons, May 25, 2014
Take It From The Tinkersons, May 25, 2014

6. Efforts against bullying of smart nerdy kids are growing year by year. Is this because of greater empathy, or more practical considerations? comicskingdom.com

Rhymes With Orange, July 5, 2013
Rhymes With Orange, July 5, 2013

7. Engineers without borders can do a lot of good. But not everyone benefits from a lack of boundaries! comicskingdom.com

Six Chix, June 24, 2013
Six Chix, June 24, 2013

8. Ed starts wondering whether mechanical engineering might help him solve his Dustin problem. comicskingdom.com

Dustin, June 11, 2014
Dustin, June 11, 2014

9. Grimmy has some complaints about the engineering behind his favorite drinking bowl. comicskingdom.com

Mother Goose & Grimm, October 12, 2012
Mother Goose & Grimm, October 12, 2012

10. Cooper tries to give Ron some help in self-branding. It's well-intentioned, but not always the best idea. comicskingdom.com

Retail, October 9, 2012
Retail, October 9, 2012

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