Category: Events

Jeff Bezos Launches into Space Aboard New Shepard Rocket

Proud Father on Graduation Day

Yonghe Lamasery Beijing, China

Went to the Yonghe Lamasery, otherwise known as the Lama Temple, in Beijing, China. I took a ton of photos and sorry this post has so many of them, but I’m pretty sure I will not be coming back so I wanted to share the photos from my experience.

How to Fix the Stuck Cargo Ship in the Suez Canal

How the News has Changed

Beijing is Showing Signs of Spring

Prince Harry and Megan Markel Receive Stimulus Check

Granny is Yet to be in an Accident

Amazing Actions Video

It must have taken a lot of practice to make this video.

Bigger Turkey

Prostitution in China

In China prostitution is considered a highly despicable act and therefore prostitutes resort to underground methods to prevent being caught. Instead of handing out fliers you can find business cards stuck to the sidewalks to make it not very obvious for patrons to find their contact information. Here is a photo of one of those …

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Change is in the Autumn Air

Boothill Grave Yard Outside Tombstone, Arizona

Walked around the Boothill graveyard in Tombstone, Arizona. Upon paying to enter I received the map and then I was free to walk around. They also said that people have been known to see ghosts here. I was not one of those who saw a ghost, however one thing I realized while walking around is …

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Guangzhou Airport Military Property Sign

While walking through the Guangzhou airport in China I happened to notice this sign. So I quickly snapped a photo of it and then translated it to find out it said, “Military Property.” That kind of explains why there were cameras around this area. Hopefully nobody will come looking for me.

Marine Gets Married to Bride in a MAGA Dress

Vote for Donald Trump 2020

Amish Support Trump

Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson Call Donald Trump Racist

A Look Back at Tough Times

No One Will Call it a Man Purse

Video of People Having a Bad Day

Things to See Around the Barringer Meteor Crater

When first walking up you can see the meteor crater in its entirety, but for a closer view you need to walk to the observation deck. While walking out to the observation deck you can see some Moenkopi Sandstone. From the observation deck at the Barringer Meteor Crater near Winslow, Arizona there are some telescopes …

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James Bond 007 Spy Car

Displayed near the front door of the International Spy museum in Washington D.C. is a James Bond 007 car. This sweet little sports car shows off the technology to help Bond evade some bad guys.

Happy 4th of July American Independence Day

This year in recognition of the 4th of July, the day Americans celebrate when America got its independence from the British in 1776, I decided to simply post an image of the American flag that was displayed and waving so proudly at the United States Capitol Building.  Happy 4th of July fellow Americans.  Be safe, …

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Gay Pride Bumper Sticker

Protesting and Rioting Aftermath

Yesterday I was walking around Washington D.C. doing some sightseeing and I got to see firsthand the aftermath of the Black Lives Matter, ANTIFA, No justice for George Floyd protests and riots. There were still people holding signs that said Black Lives Matter and they had all sorts of different statements. It made me think …

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Open the Wine

In Honor of Memorial Day 2020

In honor of Memorial Day 2020, during these trying times of the COVID-19 Coronavirus and social distancing, I took the opportunity to visit the Marine Corps Memorial in Arlington, Virginia.

Peanuts Celebrate 4/20

German Spy Pigeon

During World War I (1914-1918) Germany had equipped pigeons with small camera equipment for the benefit of gaining intelligence.

Oleg Penkovsky: The Spy Who Saved the World

Oleg Penkovsky is best known for being declared as the “single most valuable agent in CIA history.”  Penkovsky was a Soviet intelligence officer who volunteered to for the United States and the United Kingdom during the 1960’s.  He would pass military intelligence secrets that shed light on Soviet intentions and weapon capabilities.  This information proved …

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