I'll say it's extremely
rare that any North American Native would have green eyes. It's Genetics.http://genetics.thetech.org/ask/ask316
For your information, Indigenous North America are Migrant from Asia in the Neolithic times via the then frozen bering strait, typically have brown eyes.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Native_Ame ... ted_States
I'll say it's also extremely rare that a Native American actually have green eyes, and practicing Islam (wearing Islamic Head-cover) ... Just saying.Now in other news...Justin Bieber murder plot: Two men hired to kill, castrate the Canadian pop star have been arrested
http://arts.nationalpost.com/2012/12/12 ... -arrested/
It is alleged Mark Staake, 41, and his nephew Tanner Ruane, 23, were hired to castrate and murder the singer — only to have the plot botched by the very man who hired them, Albuquerque’s KRQE reported.
The plot began in Las Cruces prison, in New Mexico, where Staake met convicted serial killer and rapist Dana Martin. Martin, 45, at that point hired Staake, who was also serving time, to carry out four murders after Staake was released from prison — one of which was to be Bieber.
Those two are heroes of humanity and would have done it a get service. I salute thee. I don't think we would notice any difference if Bieber has been castrated thou...Why are dead people ‘liking’ stuff on Facebook?
http://www.thestar.com/business/article ... n-facebookThe only logical conclusion is... Facebook can be used to communicate with the dead!Previously unknown Hans Christian Andersen fairy tale found
Two friends were outraged to find posthumous Facebook “likes” for people they knew. In one, a man who hated big corporations had “liked” Discover six months after he died. In another, a woman “liked” a tea company eight months after she died.
The account of a dead person has to be “memorialized” through this Facebook link to close it down.
As for the dead person’s “like,” Meg Sinclair said, “They would have engaged with that brand in the past. It could have been at any time.”
http://www.thestar.com/news/world/artic ... tale-found
The handwritten copy of the tale, entitled “Tallow Candle,” and dedicated to a vicar's widow named Bunkeflod who had lived across from Andersen's home, had been left seemingly untouched at the bottom of one of the boxes.
“I was ecstatic,” Brage said. “I had never imagined this.”
The short story tells the tale of how a tallow candle seeks help from a tinder box to be able to ignite itself. A senior curator at the Hans Christian Andersen Museum in Odense said the work is likely one of the author's earliest, written at the age of 18 — seven years before his official debut in 1830.