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BBC: One of South America’s few remaining uncontacted indigenous tribes has been spotted and photographed on the border between Brazil and Peru.

The Brazilian government says it took the images to prove the tribe exists and help protect its land.

The pictures, taken from an aeroplane, show red-painted tribe members brandishing bows and arrows.

More than half the world’s 100 uncontacted tribes live in Brazil or Peru, Survival International says.


BBC: Wild footage from one of yesterday’s tornados that struck Kansas and Oklahoma.

Imagine my surprise being only a 3-day old blog, than to get an interview request from our friends at the Pakistani Spectator. It’s amazing how the internet truly makes us a one world tree. Check ’em out.

I’m new at this blogging thing, so don’t be too harsh on my uneducated answers, but I must say, it was a privilege just to be talking to someone on the other side of the world about what little ole me actually thought.

Gawker: Weezer’s new music video features web stars like Chris Crocker, “Evolution of Dance” guy, Gary Brolsma from “Numa Numa,” and Afroninja (who it turns out is a very good stuntman except for that ). And they actually do stuff! In most meme-collecting videos, everyone just shows up; in Weezer’s each web meme character is redeemed. The Diet Coke and Mentos guys get to rock out. Afroninja shows that despite that one famous screw-up, he really can kick ass. Chris Crocker is comforted. The narrative and the sheer number of web fads make this the best of its genre.

NewScientistSpace: New spots on Jupiter’s surface suggest its going through a bit of its own climate change.

People: Robert “Mutt” Lange left Shania Twain for THIS?

AP: With a strong finishing kick from American Idol, Fox captured the distinction of America’s most popular television network for the first time since it began operation in 1987.

Mad Architect: Burj Dubai is now the world’s tallest tower.

Sweet Home Potomac: First Lady Laura Bush will give the commencement address at the graduation ceremony Thursday at Enterprise High School, in Enterprise, Alabama, the White House announced this afternoon.

Eight students were killed in a March 2007 tornado that destroyed the school.

Downtown Montgomery, Alabama. Circa 1916.