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may: May the best man win
may: May the best man win

May the best man win

may: epicjohndoe: Wait, It May Contain What?
may: epicjohndoe:

Wait, It May Contain What?

epicjohndoe: Wait, It May Contain What?

may: scifiseries: Fire Princess and the OutcastsBy Luis Aleman(Winner of a writing contest voted on by members of VicsLab.com.)When a bounty mission takes an unexpected turn, it brings three girls together on a journey. The runaway princess with fiery red hair, Rosella, and her loyal former servant, Anneth, have escaped from their home to make there own place in the world. Backed into a corner by former mercenary Morvon, the pair of bounty hunters take in a talented young elf named Gertrude who’s always wished to travel.With a staggering bounty on the princess’ head, though, the girls soon learn that not every smiling soul has good intentions for them. Even worse, the royal family doesn’t seem to care if Rosella is returned to them all in one piece or not. Luckily, a chance meeting with an otherworldly man named Hudson may steer all the girls’ paths into a different direction then they could have ever foreseen.The fire princess and her group of outcasts just want to find their place in the world. The only problem is, those around them don’t want to let that happen. Can these travelers use their differences to survive and find their place in the world or will they be killed by bloodthirsty head hunters before that can happen?An Amazon countdown deal will be from Monday, Feb. 17, to Friday, Feb. 21 starting at 99 cents on Monday and increasing a dollar a day back up to normal price of $5.99. Please use link that leads to Amazon page and records number of clicks: getbook.at/FirePrincess
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Fire Princess and the OutcastsBy Luis Aleman(Winner of a writing contest voted on by members of VicsLab.com.)When a bounty mission takes an unexpected turn, it brings three girls together on a journey. The runaway princess with fiery red hair, Rosella, and her loyal former servant, Anneth, have escaped from their home to make there own place in the world. Backed into a corner by former mercenary Morvon, the pair of bounty hunters take in a talented young elf named Gertrude who’s always wished to travel.With a staggering bounty on the princess’ head, though, the girls soon learn that not every smiling soul has good intentions for them. Even worse, the royal family doesn’t seem to care if Rosella is returned to them all in one piece or not. Luckily, a chance meeting with an otherworldly man named Hudson may steer all the girls’ paths into a different direction then they could have ever foreseen.The fire princess and her group of outcasts just want to find their place in the world. The only problem is, those around them don’t want to let that happen. Can these travelers use their differences to survive and find their place in the world or will they be killed by bloodthirsty head hunters before that can happen?An Amazon countdown deal will be from Monday, Feb. 17, to Friday, Feb. 21 starting at 99 cents on Monday and increasing a dollar a day back up to normal price of $5.99. Please use link that leads to Amazon page and records number of clicks: getbook.at/FirePrincess

scifiseries: Fire Princess and the OutcastsBy Luis Aleman(Winner of a writing contest voted on by members of VicsLab.com.)When a bounty m...

may: May the code be with you
may: May the code be with you

May the code be with you

may: You may not like it, but this is what peak performance looks like
may: You may not like it, but this is what peak performance looks like

You may not like it, but this is what peak performance looks like

may: lolzandtrollz: I May Need To Be Saved
may: lolzandtrollz:

I May Need To Be Saved

lolzandtrollz: I May Need To Be Saved

may: He may be just a gym bro on the outside, but he’s a philosopher at heart
may: He may be just a gym bro on the outside, but he’s a philosopher at heart

He may be just a gym bro on the outside, but he’s a philosopher at heart

may: Spotted on Facebook. She may be onto something 🤔
may: Spotted on Facebook. She may be onto something 🤔

Spotted on Facebook. She may be onto something 🤔

may: May your mom live forever
may: May your mom live forever

May your mom live forever

may: I may have missed some
may: I may have missed some

I may have missed some

may: Hello there, traveler! You have found a platypus! You may hug him and continue scrolling!
may: Hello there, traveler! You have found a platypus! You may hug him and continue scrolling!

Hello there, traveler! You have found a platypus! You may hug him and continue scrolling!

may: bogleech: cazort: marvelousgameofdisneythrones: pangur-and-grim: my favourite part of the Evolutionary Biology courses I took at the University of Toronto was learning that several bird species have 3+ sexes? the ruff bird is a great example - each male variant has a different (and successful!) reproductive strategy, and a different chromosomal sequence. unlike the ruff bird, human sex falls into a bimodal distribution - this means there are two strong peaks (”typical” male and female morphs), with a whole lot in between. evolution is nice way of saying “statistics played out longterm among living organisms”, and evolutionarily successful traits….aren’t something to hold up as natural or moral, or representative of an advanced state. it’s literally just fuck tactics that make your group size increase. (though fucking isn’t always the best route, as asexual reproduction is massively advantageous as a short-term strategy, and certain species dominate the landscape by switching between sexual/asexual depending on environmental conditions) besides all that, the strength of humankind has always been our ability to work together communally, and that’s straight science. so even if you went down the extremely problematic path of valuing fellow humans based on their potential evolutionary contribution (coughs, eugenics, coughs), there would still be zero scientific basis behind discriminating against trans, non-binary and intersex people.  tl;dr here’s a challenge to all the bigots out there: please stop using “science” as a defence when the actual science is (overwhelmingly) against you. Science: pissing off bigots of all kinds since its inception. I find White-throated sparrows fascinating. They have two color morphs, the bright one: And the drab one: The two morphs have very different behavior. The bright ones are more aggressive, setting up territories and defending them, being more aggressive about defending against predators. They sing more often. The dull ones are quieter and less aggressive. They are more attentive to the nest, and better at feeding nestlings. The morphs tend to make a good pairing for raising children because they specialize in different roles. The dull-colored birds, being more camouflaged, are safer when sitting on the nest, and are better able to hide. The bright-colored birds, being more visible, are better able to intimidate predators and rivals. Interestingly though, both color morphs occur in both female and male birds. And birds tend to pair up with both opposite sex and opposite color morph birds. The dimorphism and different roles that, in most birds, are strongly associated with biological sex, in this species has evolved to be abstracted and separated from biological sex. Some people have described this system as the birds having “four sexes”. It’s been proposed that some life may have only first split into multiple sexes in order to confuse or slow down parasites so maybe some folks get offended cause deep down they just think roundworms will get them
may: bogleech:

cazort:

marvelousgameofdisneythrones:

pangur-and-grim:

my favourite part of the Evolutionary Biology courses I took at the University of Toronto was learning that several bird species have 3+ sexes? the ruff bird is a great example - each male variant has a different (and successful!) reproductive strategy, and a different chromosomal sequence.
unlike the ruff bird, human sex falls into a bimodal distribution - this means there are two strong peaks (”typical” male and female morphs), with a whole lot in between.
evolution is nice way of saying “statistics played out longterm among living organisms”, and evolutionarily successful traits….aren’t something to hold up as natural or moral, or representative of an advanced state. it’s literally just fuck tactics that make your group size increase.
(though fucking isn’t always the best route, as asexual reproduction is massively advantageous as a short-term strategy, and certain species dominate the landscape by switching between sexual/asexual depending on environmental conditions)
besides all that, the strength of humankind has always been our ability to work together communally, and that’s straight science. so even if you went down the extremely problematic path of valuing fellow humans based on their potential evolutionary contribution (coughs, eugenics, coughs), there would still be zero scientific basis behind discriminating against trans, non-binary and intersex people. 
tl;dr here’s a challenge to all the bigots out there: please stop using “science” as a defence when the actual science is (overwhelmingly) against you.

Science: pissing off bigots of all kinds since its inception.

I find White-throated sparrows fascinating. They have two color morphs, the bright one:
And the drab one:
The two morphs have very different behavior. The bright ones are more aggressive, setting up territories and defending them, being more aggressive about defending against predators. They sing more often.
The dull ones are quieter and less aggressive. They are more attentive to the nest, and better at feeding nestlings.
The morphs tend to make a good pairing for raising children because they specialize in different roles. The dull-colored birds, being more camouflaged, are safer when sitting on the nest, and are better able to hide. The bright-colored birds, being more visible, are better able to intimidate predators and rivals.
Interestingly though, both color morphs occur in both female and male birds. And birds tend to pair up with both opposite sex and opposite color morph birds. The dimorphism and different roles that, in most birds, are strongly associated with biological sex, in this species has evolved to be abstracted and separated from biological sex.
Some people have described this system as the birds having “four sexes”.



It’s been proposed that some life may have only first split into multiple sexes in order to confuse or slow down parasites so maybe some folks get offended cause deep down they just think roundworms will get them

bogleech: cazort: marvelousgameofdisneythrones: pangur-and-grim: my favourite part of the Evolutionary Biology courses I took at the...

may: Always test properly before you deploy to production. Leaving testing to users may cause unwanted chain reaction.
may: Always test properly before you deploy to production. Leaving testing to users may cause unwanted chain reaction.

Always test properly before you deploy to production. Leaving testing to users may cause unwanted chain reaction.

may: May have saved his life by Vandalatwork MORE MEMES
may: May have saved his life by Vandalatwork
MORE MEMES

May have saved his life by Vandalatwork MORE MEMES

may: May have saved his life
may: May have saved his life

May have saved his life

may: My sister’s school health clinic may need some emoji-education
may: My sister’s school health clinic may need some emoji-education

My sister’s school health clinic may need some emoji-education

may: leftski-art: They may be an orc and an elf, but Kura Tai and Eris hit it off really, really, really well.Eris belongs to @sagelylegs~
may: leftski-art:

They may be an orc and an elf, but Kura Tai and Eris hit it off really, really, really well.Eris belongs to @sagelylegs~

leftski-art: They may be an orc and an elf, but Kura Tai and Eris hit it off really, really, really well.Eris belongs to @sagelylegs~

may: May the odds be ever in your favor by Sigmarito MORE MEMES
may: May the odds be ever in your favor by Sigmarito
MORE MEMES

May the odds be ever in your favor by Sigmarito MORE MEMES

may: awesomacious: i may not show it but,,,
may: awesomacious:

i may not show it but,,,

awesomacious: i may not show it but,,,

may: How may I assist you?
may: How may I assist you?

How may I assist you?

may: May your day be filled with 22-hour naps and tuna-filled dreams!#catmemes #funnycats #caturdaymemes #funnycaturday #animalmemes #funnymemes
may: May your day be filled with 22-hour naps and tuna-filled dreams!#catmemes #funnycats #caturdaymemes #funnycaturday #animalmemes #funnymemes

May your day be filled with 22-hour naps and tuna-filled dreams!#catmemes #funnycats #caturdaymemes #funnycaturday #animalmemes #funnymemes

may: May luck be with you…
may: May luck be with you…

May luck be with you…

may: i may not show it but,,,
may: i may not show it but,,,

i may not show it but,,,

may: This may be my favorite profile I’ve ever found.
may: This may be my favorite profile I’ve ever found.

This may be my favorite profile I’ve ever found.

may: lelaid: Karmen Pedaru by Mario Sorrenti for Vogue Paris, May 2010
may: lelaid:
Karmen Pedaru by Mario Sorrenti for Vogue Paris, May 2010

lelaid: Karmen Pedaru by Mario Sorrenti for Vogue Paris, May 2010