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today i saw a little blue heron!

"but beans, isn't it GREAT blue heron?"

no! this is a different bird, and much littler! it's also more closely related to egrets than to the great blue heron. adults are a nice slate blue color, sometimes shading a little more purplish + darker on the head/neck. beaks are grey at the base, black at the tip.

they're found along the gulf coast and southeastern US, down into mexico/central america and the northerly coast of s. america!

(I've talked before about how we also tend to erase huge swaths of transness by making "trans culture is [feminine coded thing]" jokes when transmasculine, nonbinary, and other genders exist and won't retread that)

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a mastodon instance for honestly tooting about rails

one pretty cool feature of twitter that i enjoyed was how you had to screenshot chuds and be an asshole to everyone for a few years before you earned the clout necessary for people to talk to you like you were a person

Take me down to tautology city where the grass is grass and the girls are girls

there is no evidence within the text of the show that spongebob is capable of dying

older trans women are also incredibly powerful
basically the longer you remain alive while trans in this world, the more your power grows
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I'm real happy the Switch has been doing so well, because it gives me hope that the future isn't filled with just shitty mobile games.

There's another part of me that's more wistful about it, because the Vita could've had that exact same success if Sony had given a damn about it.

Scully cures Skinner of the hunger for human meat. Mulder pretends like he cares more about mutant assassins than Scully.

today i saw a limpkin!

these guys were hunted close to extinction before people decided "hey maybe we shouldn't do that???" and now they're BACK baby!!

they eat APPLE SNAILS, which, as you might guess, are really big snails with shells almost as big as apples! a creative name for a huge snail.

they also love to YELL.

they look a little like a heron, a little like an ibis, and a lot like a big ol nerd. they're a barred brown with a yellowy bill and grey legs. they're waders w short tails. ->

If you’re in the Bay Area, you should go see the Eames exhibit at the Oakland Museum. And sit in the spinning top chairs.

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normal functional people: it's Friday time to hit the clubbbbb

me: *already in pajamas at 1830* my soul is barely attached to my body but maybe blankets and food delivery will keep it in place a while longer

thanks to whoever defined plethora for me

it means a lot

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the mastodon instance at is retiring

see the end-of-life plan for details: