(7,669 I Explicit I Complete) *sterek, secret werefox!stiles, first time
A long time ago, Stiles promised his mom that he’d never cross the Hale
property lines. He has kept his word even if there hasn’t been a Hale in
Beacon Hills for years, not since the fire. But suddenly Scott gets
turned into a werewolf, Derek Hale is back, and Stiles has to share his
biggest secret. (AU set in S1+ where Stiles is a born werefox)
(19,137 I Not Rated I Complete) *sterek, stiles/omc, secret bamf!stiles, Marvel fusion
Stiles isn’t just the pack’s resident human, soft &
squishy & easily breakable. Stiles comes from long line of secret
agents and could probably give James Bond a run for his money. Of course
Stiles isn’t allowed be awesome which might be why some of the pack
think he’s not worth their time.
Or, the one where Stiles can’t
take it anymore and moves to New York without telling anyone & Derek
finds out and has a melt down.
(26,421 I Explicit I Complete) *sterek, secret Omega!Stiles, threat of rape
Humans alphas and betas are used to treating human
omegas like objects. Stiles and his father have managed to hide for
years the fact that Stiles is an omega. When Stiles arrives at Beacon
Hills he meets one Scott McCall and his friends and family, who are
hiding an even bigger secret.
(50,732 I Explicit I WIP) *sterek, historical au, prince!derek, knight!derek, magic!stiles
There is no evil in magic, but in the hearts of men. This has been said
many times, but never understood. Any caught using magic will be
sentenced to death. This law has forced many into hiding and many to
hate the king, his family, and his knights. Stiles is one of those many,
but when he finds a knight with a potentialy fatal injury he can’t just
leave him there to die, can he?
(88,989 I Explicit I Series WIP) *sterek, secret Omega!stiles
Stiles is brilliant. He’s one of the youngest executive forensic
accountants at the well-known security firm Baroff & Sons. He’s the
one everyone hates, who owns disgustingly expensive furniture, always
somehow wins the cases without trying, clean cut, attractive. It’s a
charmed life and Stiles means to enjoy every minute of it. Until Derek
Hale walks into his room and says one word that brings his entire life
to a standstill “Omega” Now Stiles is running for his life and Derek is hot on the chase.
(107,401 I Explicit I Complete) *sterek, stiles/omc, derek/omc, derek/stiles/omc, secret Omega!stiles
As Stiles leaves for college, he must hide who he really is and then he
meets his roommate and likes him … a lot only there is no chance for
him to fill the needs that Stiles has as an Omega. Then he also finds
his Alpha, Derek Hale (of course) and they all struggle to find their
way and learning more about the special aspects of being an Omega and
trying to have a unique relationship that will never be typical
especially with Stiles, pushing and bossy Stiles as the Omega.
Hey, I'm really into Forensic Science, mainly DNA research or stuff to do with DNA, but I'm a bit squeamish. Is it too gory for the squeamish?
Forensic doesn’t have to be gory if you don’t want it to be. Some people are interested in pathology, or in working at the crime scenes, and that’s the more gory side of crime. Others on the other hand, are more comfortable working in a lab.
With DNA, the most squeamishy thing we can think of is the material you might have to extract DNA from (ie blood). Otherwise you are looking at little tubes, pippette, tiny fluids, machines, computer software, and report writing. It is actually encouraged that lab techs do not know the information about the crime itself to avoid a priori bias around the case.
Other non squeamish forensic fields include: accounting, computers, anthropology (if you don’t mind skeletons), chemistry/toxicology. There’s loads of options really.
(Do note that seeing gore on TV is not the same as seeing gore in real life. TV doesn’t account for the smell at all, and that’s definitely a factor.)
Windom has had two secretaries since working at the bureau.
YVETTE JAMES (fc: Viola Davis) was his first assigned secretary when he joined the bureau in 1964. She was an older black woman who could be best described as everyone’s mom. She’s the nice lady at the office that greets everyone in the morning, brings in baked goods for the whole office, and makes sure your birthday is celebrated. She didn’t really want to, but she retired in 1975 with Windom’s convincing because she had severe carpal tunnel that was affecting her work. She ended up becoming a stay-at-home mom and babysitter while her daughter came to work for the bureau. Windom has become close with her family, so he still talks to her a lot.
ENTER: ISADORA “IZZY” JAMES (fc: Jessica Williams). Windom has known her for most of her life, so he talked Yvette into letting her fill in the position as his secretary. She’s a civil rights movement baby, and her working for the F.B.I. is honestly the biggest irony. It’s really at odds with her, and she often snubs other agents, especially Gordon Cole. She’s not really fond of The Man™. Most of the office was expecting Yvette 2.0, and faced a rude awakening when Izzy came along. She’s good at the basics of the job, but has a habit of shirking secretarial responsibilities to tag along with Windom where she really shouldn’t be. Before Dale came around, she often acted like the partner Windom never asked for. Izzy’s also a huge gossip, and knows a bit too much about everyone’s business, including Windom’s. She’s one of the first people to put two & two together about Windom’s failing marriage and infatuation with Dale. Windom thinks she should entertain putting her investigative efforts into something more productive, and pursue a career elsewhere.
When Windom was eventually committed, the Jameses would both visit him fairly often. Izzy quit the Bureau once he was gone to become a private investigator, and eventually a journalist.
That would be me. I am Inspector Pessimal, Inspector A.E.
Pessimal, to be exact and I’m responsible for forensic accountancy as
well as most of the paperwork. Although some of it does require the
Commander’s personal attention, which, if I may say so, he handles with a
fair amount of… steady industriousness.
Can you tell which plot above is randomly generated?
Being able to determine if something is “truly” random is not just an investigation carried out by forensic accountants, sociologists, and law enforcement. Rather it is an interesting and complicated mathematical problem. Consider the two plots above. You may look at the on the left and see the clumps, the spacing, and think “That can’t be the random plot.” And yet it is. The plot on the left has been randomly generated, while the plot on the right is a scatter plot of glowworm positions on a ceiling.
So here, the clumps actually help indicate randomness. Try thinking of it in another way: imagine you have two students who were asked to flip a coin 100 times for homework. The first student was diligent and flipped accordingly:
Now while it might seem strange that the first student has long runs, it fits closer to what one would expect if the flip is random. On the other hand, in the second student’s data, there is less than a 0.1% chance that they wouldn’t get a single run longer than four in a row!
The images and coin flip data was found at this article. It takes a closer look at some of these topics and provides some pretty neat historical background.
7 - What do you want to be when you grow up?
MMMM I wanted to be a lawyer but I wimped out. I do have a certification in legal assisting, though! My CJ/law teacher recommended that I go for accounting when I headed for college so here I am. My “end goal” of sorts (as of now lol) is forensic accounting!
14 - Favorite quote?
Ohh this is tough. My go-to for this question is always “Celebrate life’s grandeur… Its brilliance… its magnificence.” from Persona 3. P3P is my favorite game and I love the final boss. Although the battle can be very frustrating in the original/FES, I still love it. (The Hanged Man boss destroyed me. Not Nyx Avatar.)
17 - If you were an animal, what would you be?
Probably a penguin??? Definitely a bird, in any case. I’m curious what other people think because I’ve been told Siamese cat and a snake in the past.
hey guys!! So originally this account was owned by my other account but i no longer ise that one bc reasons. Well I cant transfer this account to my new main tumblr so this will be deleted! I’ve made a new tcc themed account though and I also have my forensics account so if you would plssss follow these two accounts that would be great!!
This account will be deleted sometime super soon so pls hmu on the aforementioned accts!!!
Law enforcement is dominated by men. According to the FBI’s most recent statistics, only 11.9% of officers nationwide in 2012 were women.
Science is also dominated by men, who tend to collect higher degrees and higher salaries than women.
By all accounts, forensic science — the marriage of the two — should be the same. Instead, more women are finding jobs, filling classrooms and creating careers for themselves in the field. In places like Torrance, they’re not just catching up to their male counterparts, they’re outpacing them.
i have definitely found this to be true. I know only a handful of men directly involved in forensics.
i try to always be nice when answering asks, but there comes a point where i get annoyed. it says in my description that i’m studying in the uk. in my faq it clearly states i’m norwegian. why would i know anything about the us school system? why would i need a major?
especially when it comes to questions about my own education, i think it’s just common curtesy to at least look into the system i’m doing before asking (possibly rude and condecending) questions. no, the uk doesn’t have the same university system as the us. no, we don’t have majors. yes, you can learn all this on wikipedia.
also, i woke up this morning to a question of “why would you want to be an accountant?” like i’m sorry but that’s quite rude??? i feel like it’s just missing an ‘ever’ to be almost mocking. maybe it’s the fact that i’ve just woken up, but i don’t really appreciate messages like that. like i’m sorry for choosing one of the most employable areas of study. i greatly enjoy accounting, and i know i’m not the only one. not everyone has to go into 'exciting’ areas of study. i value security and routine, and both my skill set and my preferred methods of working mesh well with the accounting areas of study.
also, studying accounting doesn’t necessarily mean you’ll end up being an accountant (which i wouldn’t mind). i’m personally hoping to go into forensic accounting, but it is also worth mentioning that plenty of CEOs have accounting degrees.
i’m sorry for this rant to early in the morning, but the first part irritates me along the lines of people not checking my faq, and as for the second one, i don’t take well to people insinuating that the field i want to go into is any less worthwhile or interesting than any other.
Excuse me, but do you believe that Mike Brown had his hands up in surrender when he was shoot/before? If so, do you have or know of any links providing evidence for this? Someone I know seems to believe this is false and as such the whole movement is
A bust. I want to give evidence against this if it is true… Regardless the symbol of “hands up, don’t shoot” reaches far beyond the Mike Brown case and is a beautiful symbol.