Kermit the frog panhandling in Las Vegas

Five years ago, while visiting Las Vegas for the first time, I was walking on the bridge and I saw Kermit the frog panhandling. I found the picture pretty funny so I am sharing it.

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Hired only to meet the diversity quotas!

This is 2018, well last year was 2017 and the following is not far from reality. I know it sucks. How odd it is to learn that companies try to be politically correct and hire based on gender and race just to meet the diversity quotas. Oh, man! I spoke too much and I am not politically correct! The PC police will come and get me and perhaps get you too for reading this blog post!

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Graffiti in Juanita, Washington

Nice graffiti on a wall in Juanita, Washington. Distinguished elements:

  • The infinity symbol
  • Ying and Yang
  • Hour glass
  • Ankh
  • The Om symbol (probably worn out)
  • The eye of providence
  • Orcas, volcanoes, nice trees: very prevalent in Washington state

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World of Warcraft – The Naaru Map

In the World of Warcraft, The Naaru (pronounced [‘na:ru]) are a race of living, sentient energy beings made up of shards of fractured Light. I took the picture of this map from the Blizzard Entertainment library.

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Haedong Yonggungsa Temple (해동 용궁사) – South Korea

In July of 2017, I visited the Haedong Yonggungsa Temple in Busan, South Korea.

As I was walking towards the temple, I was lured by the chanting. I stood by the temple speaker and recorded the following song:

Do you know what song this is?


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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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Phone zombies

Guilty as charged, often times I feel the compulsion to check my phone over and over again so I end up walking with my eyes glued to my phone. I don’t like this trend and I do my best to break this habit in myself. Meanwhile, why not enjoy this meme I found on the internet:

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