Black Tribe - Magoo
In this season, the show introduces and covers the life of blue shirt with black necktie named Quincy Magoo, white dog named Mr. Cat, black hair with yellow shirt named Weasel, orange hamster named Fizz.
Black Tribe - Magoo
"The Ulaid were once the most powerful tribal group in in the north of Ireland and it is from them the province of Ulster derives its name. . . . However, in the 4th and 5th centuries they were driven eastwards into the modern counties of Antrim and Down under pressure from the Ui Neill and the Airgialla. In the south the new boundary between the Ulaid and the Airgialla may have been marked by the erection of the Danes' Cast along the marshes between the northern limit of the Newry River and the ford of the Bann at Banbridge. Of the chief Ulaid tribes, Ui Echach Coba were located along this borderland and Dal nAraide east of Lough Neagh and the lower Bann. A third tribe, Dal Fiatach, the 'true Ulaid', settled in Lecale and in the vicinity of Strangford Lough. Their capital at Dun da Lethglas (modern Downpatrick) was to become an important ecclesiastical centre. Other less important kingdoms within the reduced Ulster were the Conaille Muirthemne in north Louth (the Cooley peninsula) and Dal Riata in the Glens of Antrim.
But I had nothing that I could do with it, it had no part to play in the story I was telling. So I tucked it away in a file, and what I found was that over the next six years or so, I started finding more and more kind of stories of these white tribes that people had discovered all over the world.
So for example, in Panama, Richard Marsh finds a group that he calls the white Indians. In Central Asia, there is a group of people who said they found Tibetans who looked Aryan. In parts of Africa, people were finding white tribes as well.
So this was the idea that could somehow explain why you would find white tribes in weird areas. It also happened to fit very nicely with what was happening in the late 19th century, which was new white tribes were taking over other places in the world. Europeans were madly scrambling for colonial possessions from Asia to Africa.
So, over the course of the late 19th century, some groups, like the Bahima, the Batusi of Rwanda, the Nyamwezi of Tanzania were called white, and other groups were called, like the Bahutu of Rwanda, were called black.
The practical boat to get through sea channels, the shore craft of choice, is the longtail. It gets its name from an improbably long propeller shaft at the stern that resembles a stinger on a wasp. Like a setting pole on a keelboat, the shaft is spun or elevated to clear flotsam or coral. The boat itself has a high bow. Paint, fabric or flowers ornament its proud bowsprit. The boats serve much the same purpose as the herds of semi-wild horses did for the American Plains tribes.
Up and downhill from restaurant to bungalows, the service people tread the twisty stairs above the jungle floor. Beneath them, great creatures slink unseen. A horned striped lizard with red head. Massive black and yellow millipedes. A rat whose eyes reflect at night. Geckos that chirp and twitter so shrill they stymie sleep. Four-inch grasshoppers at the bottom of the food chain, deep-fried in markets alongside crickets and other insects, twenty grams of protein per. 041b061a72