OK...I will agree:
Jpegs for junk photography.
Raw for keepers.
Still slices the same way that I stated above, no?
I'll bet all those journalistic, news togs and paps just love you.
To my knowledge they all/ mostly shoot in jpg because it's quicker and a more compact file size to send over to editors for the time conscious story. Such time sensitive material can not sit around waiting for the tog to get home and do a bit of processing - on top of which there is much issue with making sure images presented have not been manipulated and processed.
In truth, RAW and jpg both have their places in photography, and it's not about experience or kit being used.
It's about preference of the tog, convenience for image management and suitably for the type of shot being captured.
I always shoot RAW now - but the X-Pro 1 captures images in RAW and one of its many flavours of film emulated jpg modes, which of course is what that camera is so liked for!