Red pigment head to toe.
And they're quite angry at the large metal bird flying over their heads.
That is incredibly fascinating! Thanks for posting!
Benzinger backing and calling! And the 1990 world championship series belongs to the Cincinnati Reds!
Just saw this on MSN. Very cool.
Its just amazing to think that, in this day and age, there are still people living in prehistoric conditions with no knowledge of the outside world and the advances that've been made.
To them, we'd look almost like beings from another planet.
24 Years and Counting...
Now the tricky part: how do we *kill* them?
I have heard there is another, even rarer tribe known as the Flamarlinfanatica, last seen 11 years ago, though some were to have been rumored to have surfaced 5 years ago. Some are thought to still be wandering the left field bleachers of dolphin stadium, but no one has been brave enough to venture in those parts for many years.
I saw a site this morning asking for donations to help "protect" them. Not sure what good money will do them. Unless it's a bribe to those that would disrupt their peace. "here's fifty bucks, leave 'em alone."
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I'm just like everybody else. I have two arms, two legs and 4,000 hits."
Reds fans, I see. Nice.
Next Reds manager, second shooter. --Confirmed on Redszone.
I wonder what they are thinking about the 'copter/plane that took those photographs. Must've been mindblowing and/or terrifying.
Games are won on run differential -- scoring more than your opponent. Runs are runs, scored or prevented they all count the same. Worry about scoring more and allowing fewer, not which positions contribute to which side of the equation or how "consistent" you are at your current level of performance.
Anyone else think this line was a bit strange?
Indian men? I thought they were near the border of Brazil and Peru?One of the pictures, which can be seen on Survival International's Web site (http://www.survival-international.org), shows two Indian men covered in bright red pigment poised to fire arrows at the aircraft while another Indian looks on.