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    A-A: Well, if you're going to bring it up enough to complain about it, I don't feel it's helpful to hide behind the "violation of Fe" card. Either do not bring it up, or explain what you think would be better, or discuss it with the person in private... if you want to avoid "Fe" snafus.

    I think the OP specified what the list was intended for, and that it wasn't exhaustive, and so people have just been volunteering their areas of specialty.

    (For me, there's a ton of stuff that I feel I could have been listed for in that initial list but wasn't; based on the OP's explanation, I just chose to see that as encouraging room for others to participate, not as a negative comment upon my knowledge/skill in the category. And no one is ever going to agree on "who's the expert," honestly, but it's worthwhile to still have a reference list, isn't it?)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Peguy View Post
    I'm surprised I've not been listed as an expert in the religion department as well.
    Really...?

    You seem to have a strong grasp of Judeo-Christian monotheism. Haven't noticed much else.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elaur View Post
    I was discussing this thread with someone and thought the "sex" choices were interesting. I don't think that someone who talks about sex is always an expert on sex or the other way around. Who is the person who said they actually work in this field, Sky is BLUE?
    some of us HAVE taken classes on the topic and have worked in the field...
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    Hmm... I thought it was all for fun.
    I've been bamboozled!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    A-A: Well, if you're going to bring it up enough to complain about it, I don't feel it's helpful to hide behind the "violation of Fe" card. Either do not bring it up, or explain what you think would be better, or discuss it with the person in private... if you want to avoid "Fe" snafus.

    I think the OP specified what the list was intended for, and that it wasn't exhaustive, and so people have just been volunteering their areas of specialty.

    (For me, there's a ton of stuff that I feel I could have been listed for in that initial list but wasn't; based on the OP's explanation, I just chose to see that as encouraging room for others to participate, not as a negative comment upon my knowledge/skill in the category. And no one is ever going to agree on "who's the expert," honestly, but it's worthwhile to still have a reference list, isn't it?)
    I don't doubt Fidelia's good intention for a second. It's just whenever you start listing names, there are people bound to feel left out.

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    Well, I don't doubt it's intended to be light-hearted. It just ends up feeling like getting picked last for dodgeball in school. What does it matter that you get picked last for dodgeball? It shouldn't matter, but it does matter to he who is not picked, or picked last. It's like some nerdy guy having righteous dodge ball knock out skills, but being overlooked because no one can see that potential in him........ It just fosters pack mentality, if you think about it, which, to me, is inherently anti-Fe. I fully realize others love it. I'm just one who doesn't, and I wanted to register that. Thank you.
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    I was always picked last for dodgeball in school, and yet I still don't see a problem with this thread.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peguy View Post
    I was always picked last for dodgeball in school, and yet I still don't see a problem with this thread.
    That's because your name always comes up in this type of thread.

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