Batman: The Dark Night – Life Size figure

I recently discovered that I like the Batman character. He has a blend of strength and high intellect. Additionally, he’s a human with no superpowers and therefore one can relate to him.

The following picture is life-size statue of Batman taken from a souvenir shop in Downtown LA.

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Excerpts from the “Blizzard Cosplay: Tips, Tricks and Hints” book

A hardcover copy of the “Blizzard Cosplay: Tips, Tricks and Hints” book was released on October 15, 2018. It has stunning CosPlay images.

Here’s a small taste of it:

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Overwatch: Lucio-Oh’s

If you are a fan of Blizzard Entertainment’s OverWatch game and love cereals then you might be pleased to know that now you can buy OverWatch Lucio-Oh’s and have them for breakfast!

Additionally, up until the end of 2019, you can download the Synaesthesia Auditiva free album:

Here’s one sound track for you called “05 Sonhos Ômnicos (Extended Mix)”, enjoy:

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See no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil!

I found this nice picture in an Art book. I wish I remember its name, but if you know then please let me know.

Anyway, usually the “See no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil” is illustrated by 3 monkeys. In the painting below, it is illustrated by Bears. That’s why I found it interesting.

According to Wikipedia, there are three differing explanations of the meaning of “see no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil”:

  1. In Buddhist tradition, the tenets of the proverb are about not dwelling on evil thoughts.
  2. In the Western world both the proverb and the image are often used to refer to a lack of moral responsibility on the part of people who refuse to acknowledge impropriety, looking the other way or feigning ignorance.
  3. It may also signify a code of silence in gangs, or organized crime.

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Klara with Guitar

During my short visit to Brussels, Belgium this year, I met another street performer: her name is Klara and she had a lovely voice. Unlike other public performers though, she was not friendly so I could not interview her and share with you part of her story. We will have to contend with just a short video I captured:

You can visit her Facebook page here:

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