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    Geolectric teslashock's Avatar
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    Awesome thread idea.

    BlackCat: Socionics and enneagram
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    marmalade.sunrise: Literature
    BlueSprout: Bugs and sexual relations between kitchenware
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    BlueSprout, I can see you're here. Care to elaborate on the kitchenware one?...Wait a minute...of course! Pansexuality!

    Tesla, are you studying biology?

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    Quote Originally Posted by runvardh View Post
    I don't think I remember a single thread on this board that makes everybody happy...
    Mine!
    ... just kidding.

    Quote Originally Posted by Hirsch63 View Post
    Thanks! 20 years of furniture design and building. Also restoration of antique furniture as well as carving and lathe work. Extensive reference library on furniture, particularly American (the mid-atlantic region) and the Pennsylvania German culture.

    Not that anyone will ever need any of that....
    That's the coolest thing ever! I can TOTALLY see how people would need that. You have NO idea how much I admire carpenters and furniture designers and tradespeople of all types. Remind me to go straight to you for furniture advice... as soon as I can afford furniture.

    As for the rest of the thread (which I just went through):

    MDP2525: motorcycles (repeated for emphasis)
    JAVO: the Klingon language
    Halla: Motivational speeches and seeing the world in a positive light

    Also, to those who mentioned me, thank you! I also know a lot about progressive rock music
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    Quote Originally Posted by fidelia View Post
    Tesla, are you studying biology?
    Bioengineering.

    With an emphasis in procrastination and staying up too late.

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    ergophobe - I've always wondered, what do Political Science people end up doing if they don't do a doctorate in it? Are there various career paths it can lead to, or is it more like philosophy that way and you've got to be super duper to go somewhere in it?

    Can any of you tell me who the go to people may be for politics? There's Disco who is a politics guy, but I don't know the others off hand because I don't go into that forum as much.

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    Tesla beat me to the punch with the procrastination expert. I'd like to nominate myself as an additional person in that category. I'm also terrific at unexpectedly finding my foot in my mouth

    Fidelia - fun thread. Lots of options as it seems is the case with most humanities/social science degrees these days. Graduate degrees in a variety of fields are popular choices for people with Poli Sci degrees.
    Lots of students use it as a step towards law school
    Lots go on to work in government/NGOs. Starting with internships and them move on to full time jobs.
    Some work in politics itself - on campaigns or with polling agencies
    Majoring in International Politics is a good in for international non-profit/development/diplomacy.
    Some off of the top of my head.

    The larger field also contains Public Administration and more policy oriented programs with a more applied focus (future bureaucrats/policy makers unite).

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    Quote Originally Posted by fidelia View Post
    Can any of you tell me who the go to people may be for politics? There's Disco who is a politics guy, but I don't know the others off hand because I don't go into that forum as much.
    Risen, pure mercury, ajblaise are frequent contributors to political discussions here I notice.

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    Tea expert/connoisseur: Teslashock

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    Automotive engineering: entropie (and, he's German, so german cars )

    Hiking: JAVO, Geoff

    Photography: INTP, Lady X

    Anything Dawson's Creek: raz

    Questions about birds as pets/bird care: Aramis

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    raz is a Dawson's Creek enthusiast? I wouldn't have guessed that.

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