Category: Photos

Episodes Of Stupidity

Unfortunately, there is no cure for stupid.

Useful Inventions

1. Wash your hands and then use the water for your next flush. 2. Traffic lights in Ukraine. 3. This water fountain allows the water to flow down so dogs can drink too. 4. A mountain finder device in Switzerland. 5. An accessibility mat on the beach for strollers and wheelchairs. 6. This pill bottle …

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Statue of Major General Andrew Jackson

In New Orlean’s Louisiana was a statue of Major General Andrew Jackson. With the liberal movement to have historic statues removed this statue may not still be there. He is what the statue looked like. If you are interested in learning more about who Andrew Jackson was, what he stood for, what he accomplished, and …

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Nissan Cube

I don’t care what anyone says, the Nissan Cube is a fun car to drive. It is a small boxy car with style. It has the rear wrap around window and rounded windows on the sides. It is fun because it is a small car that sits like a truck. There is plenty of headroom …

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Novo Brazil Brewing Company

Stopped by the Novo Brazil Brewing company to check out what they’ve got. It was a pretty interesting setup inside of a warehouse.

The Dark Side is Watching

Do you ever feel like someone from the dark side is watching you? This happened to me today when I was stopped at a traffic light. I looked over and Darth Vader was staring back at me.

South Texas Humor

Memorial Day

In observance of Memorial Day 2018, I digitally modified a photo that I had taken at the Fort Rosecrans National Cemetery. The United States flag, “Old Glory,” is in color and the graves below are monochrome. I’ve given it much thought to the meaning that I was trying to obtain by this and it could …

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Late Night Thoughts

Halloween Themed Food Art

Lighting Decor

While sitting in the Original Noodle House in Ocean Beach, California I happened to notice the lighting which added an interesting decor to the restaurant.

High Street

For all the pot heads, occasional smokers, or midnight tokers out there here is a street in La Mesa, California just for you.

Why Some Men have Dogs and Not Wives

1. The later you are, the more excited your dogs are to see you. 2. Dogs don’t notice if you call them by another dog’s name. 3. Dogs like it if you leave a lot of things on the floor. 4. A dog’s parents never visit. 5. Dogs agree that you have to raise your …

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Plant That Looks Like Coral

Here is a plant that is a succulent, but it almost looks like coral is growing on land. It is real interesting the way the light shines through it and makes it look different colors.

Hickam Air Force Base

On Hickam Air Force base back by the channel to Pearl Harbor and near the Officer’s club there is the Missing Man Memorial that honors those who have lost their lives in battle.

Lobbing Grenades

In case you haven’t ever seen anybody ever throwing a grenade here is someone on a range doing just that.

Japanese Dessert Store

What kind of building is this? Is it a temple? Perhaps an orphanage? Guess again. It’s actually a Japanese dessert shop located in Kamakura.

Rice Fields in Japan

If you haven’t ever seen any rice fields or how rice is grown it is pretty interesting because Japan does not have a lot of farm land so they grow rice wherever they can. Here are a couple fields I happened to snap a couple photos of as I was driving by.

Going Solar

More and more businesses, organizations, schools, and people are installing solar panels and why not? Not only do the solar panels produce power by converting light into electricity, but they also provide shade and lower your bills and if there are enough of them, they can even produce a profit. With people looking for alternative …

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Fortune Cookie Fortune

I had a fortune cookie that had this fortune in it that stated, “You have a keen sense of humor and bring out the best in others.” I’m not so certain that is an actual fortune as much as it is just a statement. I think I got cheated.

Store in a Van

Step 1. Find an easily recognizable place. Step 2. Plant flag. Step 3. Open for business. This person chose quite the monumental spot to open his van store.

Japanese Dragon Statue

In the USA people will decorate their lawns with yard gnomes, bird baths, and other decorations. In Japan here is a dragon statue.

Statue in Japan

Here is a little statue in Japan.

WESTPAC 2018 Patch

Aztec Gold

Found this Aztec Gold in the supermarket. Hadn’t ever seen this type of beer before and thought the logo was cool enough to snap a photo.

Ali Al Salem Air Base View From Communications Tower

Here is a view of tent city from atop of the communications tower and below is a video that shows what the desert looks like.

Tony Blair Visits Kuwait

Tony Blair the former British prime minister visited Ali Al Salem air base in Kuwait. In these photos you can see him shaking hands with Colonel Smith the former base commander.

Patriot Missiles

While stationed at Ali Al Salem air base in Kuwait there were some Patriot Missiles there. Every time Saddam Hussein sent scud missiles south of the 38th parallel something would be sent up that way to take it out. Periodically I would check just to ensure they were still pointing north. If they were I …

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Buddhist Temple at Enoshima, Japan

While walking around Enoshima, Japan one of the landmarks was this buddhist temple. Here is a view looking towards Enoshima Island in Fujisawa.

Funny Watch the Gap Sign

This was one of the funniest signs I’ve ever seen and it was taken at the jungle cruise ride at California Disneyland of all places.

Inspirational Quote By Mario Andretti

Pirate Ship and Mark Twain Riverboat Cruise

In Frontierland of Disneyland California there are a couple of ships where you can take a 15-30 minute cruise. One of the ships is a pirate ship and the other is the Mark Twain steamboat paddle wheel ship. While on the cruise you get a guided tour of different sights you can see in Frontierland.

Indiana Jones Ride at Disneyland California

Here are some of the sights you can see while waiting in line for the Indiana Jones ride at Disneyland of California .

It’s a Small World Ride at Disneyland California

Here are some of the sights you can see at the It’s a Small World ride at Disneyland California.

Castle at Disneyland of California

This is what the Castle looks like at Disneyland of California.

Little Italy Bar & Grill in El Cajon California

I don’t typically write a lot of reviews, however in this case I need to give credit where credit is due. I went and ate at the Little Italy Bar & Grill in El Cajon, California for a special occasion and the food was amazing. The quality was great the price was very reasonable and …

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California Disneyland Toon Town

Here is a Mickey Mouse statue in the fountain in Toon Town of California Disneyland.

Inspirational Quote From Bo Schembeckler

Death’s-head hawkmoth

I came across this moth and I had to take photo of it because it reminded me of the movie, “Silence of the Lambs.”

Weather View from C-130

Have you ever wondered what the pilot’s view looks like out of a C-130? Well now you can see for yourself. Here they are looking at the clouds and the weather that they will be flying into.

Looking Around The Rock

Here are some sights around Ali Al Salem air base in Kuwait. As you can see there isn’t much to look at because it is all desert.

Death Road

After Iraq invaded Kuwait and the United States forced the Iraqi military out of Kuwait while the Iraqi troops were retreating many were mowed down on what is known as “Death Road.” Many of the tanks can now be found in tank dumps like these.

C-130 Aircraft

While at Ali Al Salem air base in Kuwait I got to see some C-130 aircraft. I even got to fly in the back of one as a force protection measure when leaving Kuwait.

Kuwaiti Towers

While on temporary duty in Kuwait I was afforded the opportunity to go downtown and see the Kuwaiti Towers for myself. Here is a nice arial view of the towers. I’ll leave it up to you to decide what type of aircraft this photo was taken from. Here is also another photo taken while driving …

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Intricate Wood Carving

While in Japan I went to this building that had some very intricate wood carvings. I didn’t get on a ladder to inspect, but the wood appeared as if it was untreated and still looked very nice.

Japanese Architecture

While in Japan I was amazed by the architectural structure of the building. Look at all the untreated wood to hold the roof structure. It is amazing that it lasted after all these years.

Virginia Range Wild Horses to be Slaughtered in Mexico

Will these horses be rounded up shipped to Mexico to be turned in to dog food? Glue? Tacos? If you don’t want this to happen, get involved now.

Japanese House with Garden

Many Japanese homes have a small yard and a nice garden with a walkway to the front of the house. This is because many Japanese people enjoy being artistic and taking care of their plants. The degree of difficulty and artistic design varies based upon each person, but no matter how they are they sure …

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University of Michigan Beats Houston With Buzzer Beater Final Shot

This year the University of Michigan men’s basketball team has made it to the NCAA tournament. Prior to the tournament they had time off so their offense hasn’t looked very impressive, however last night they were able to squeak out a victory against the University of Houston with a buzzer-beater 3 point shot by freshman …

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Bamboo in Japan