Anderson Debernardi the founder of: Usko-Ayar Amazonian School of Painting

During my trip to Iquitos, Peru, I discovered the Usko-Ayar Amazonian School of Painting which was founded by Anderson Debernardi.

I was having a dinner at Karma Cafe, Iquitos when noticed all the beautiful paintings on the wall. The following are some of the pictures I took with my phone. By the way, the cafe is awesome and I highly recommend it.

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License for Prostitution…back in the day

During my trip to Austin, Texas, in one of the bars, I saw the following licenses for prostitution:

I had no idea that such things existed:

Interesting how societies and social norms progress:

Nowadays, what used to be called a dress for a prostitute can be found in the streets by woman of all ages. But heck, who am I to judge what girls should wear. Their body, their choice.

Last but not least, I found the following poster in the toilet of one other bar as well:

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Not another wine and cheese party!

Like other things in society, we are taught how to be “cool”.

When you friends at work ask you: “So how was your weekend?” and when you answer: “”Oh, I have a wine and cheese party”, this makes you look “cool” and sophisticated.

Personally, I hate such trends.

This photo illustrates exactly how I feel about this cheese and wine fag.

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Divorced Barbie Doll

 

A father leaves work a little late one night and, while on his way home, he remembers that he has not yet purchased a christmas gift for his young daughter. He quickly parks his car in front of a toy store and asks the salesperson:

“How much is the Barbie in the window?”.

With a convincing voice, the salesperson replies:

“Well, we have ‘Barbie goes to the gym’ for $19.95…

‘Barbie plays Volleyball’ for $19.95…

‘Barbie goes Shopping’ for $19.95…

‘Barbie goes to the Beach’ for $19.95…

and ‘Divorced Barbie’ for $265.95…  

The surprised man asks: “What? Why does the divorced Barbie cost $265.95 when the rest are only $19.95?” 

Salesman says: “Sir, the ‘Divorced Barbie’ comes with Ken’s car, Ken’s house, Ken’s boat, Ken’s furniture, Ken’s computer, and one of Ken’s friends.”

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My fourth painting: Sunset flight

This is my 4th painting.
I enjoyed painting this one on 06/24/2017 at Pinot’s Palette

Sunset flight

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Mystic Moon: My third painting

This is my 3rd painting.
I enjoyed painting this one on 06/17/2017 at Pinot’s Palette

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Relationships Never Die a Natural death: the 4 top relationship killers

Relationships never die a natural death, instead, they are always murdered by: Attitude, Behavior, Ego, Hidden Benefits and Ignorance.

From my own experience, let me elaborate a little on each of the “murderers” below. Continue reading