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Elven Issues – #16

Elven Issues – #16 published on 13 Comments on Elven Issues – #16

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So she doesn’t like to cuddle. Too much static cling I guess.

Panel five: “Gets” should not have an apostrophe in it. Verb forms don’t have apostrophes.

I know this, and yet I keep doing it… The fingers, they betray us.

So how long till Nyan realizes that
A. Kaylin is making a herem.
B. That when it comes to cats the pet is more in control and the all around better role.
C. That Kaylin is very good at leading Nyans decision’s so that Nyan thinks she is making them.

training only works if she is not an Alpha

She hardly seems one. Plus the whole alpha beta thing is false. The man who published his observations and created the terms realized after he did that he made a mistake. What he saw wasn’t a pack lead by a dominant Male Female pair but parents raising cubs. He announced his mistake but damage was done and his administration of fault was ignored. So the misinformation spread.

That only apply to the gray wolfs that he studied , the term alpha and beta apply to most Animal groups.
Beta animals often act as second-in-command to the reigning alpha or alphas and will act as new alpha animals if an alpha dies or is otherwise no longer considered an alpha. In some species of birds, males pair up in twos when courting, the beta male aiding the alpha male. It has been found that the social context of the animals has a significant impact on courtship behavior and the overall reproductive success of that animal.

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