Little Versailles Bakery

This morning, I went to Little Versailles Bakery near Miami in Little Havana.. this bakery is known for its coffee and pastries.

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Cafe Con Leche

Interior Decoration

Turn buckle adjustment for the lamp
A simple wall lamp I think this is one
of the better lamps that I’ve seen at the hotels that I stayed at
It’s got a big dome!
Another view of the simple wall lamp
This is the first hotel where they’ve mounted to the hand sanitizer right next to the elevator buttons
Retro chic 1970s era furniture

I just recently stayed at a hotel and I just decided to go ahead and take some random photos of some of the furniture that was laying around my room and other places as part as my desire to want to catalog and see what type of interior decoration pieces there are


Perspective of COVID from a Detective.

Over the years I’ve attended autopsies. I’ve investigated hundreds of deaths personally. I’ve seen bodies stacked in morgues as a result of hospice patients who never had a death investigation. What you realize is that the public was sanitized from death and as a whole doesn’t understand the numbers of people checking out every day. So if you want to scare people into a pandemic, just highlight death numbers and blame it on the flu. The people pushing the fraud can point at all the dead people and say look, it’s killing us! Put 4 masks on and lock yourselves away, trust us to handle all of your affairs and we promise to make it all better.

Life is more than thinking you can live without fighting off a cold or flu. Life is more than security from a mask and sitting in your house.

Like is EVERYTHING that is being stripped from us is the name of false safety. Meeting with friends and family, going to school, playing a sport, running a business, going to a fair or convention, going to a church and feeling uplifted with others, playing tag on the playground, traveling to a destination to visit people in other countries, traveling on a cruise ship. These are some examples of living. What we get now is fear and false security. The virus will be here for a thousand years after you are dead and gone. Are you going to live or simply exist.

source – annonymous

Butterfly Atrium

In December 2020, I visited the Butterfly Atrium in Houston Texas. These are the photos that I took.

Picture of the Monolith on Phobos

High Resolution imagery of the monolith on the planet Phobos

The Phobos monolith is a large rock on the surface of Mars's moon Phobos.[1] It is a boulder about 85 m (279 ft) across and 90 m (300 ft) tall.[2][3] A monolith is a geological feature consisting of a single massive piece of rock. Monoliths also occur naturally on Earth, but it has been suggested that the Phobos monolith may be a piece of impact ejecta. The monolith is a bright object near Stickney crater, described as a "building sized" boulder, which casts a prominent shadow.[4][5] It was discovered by Efrain Palermo, who did extensive surveys of Martian probe imagery, and later confirmed by Lan Fleming, an imaging sub-contractor at NASA Johnson Space Center.[6]

The general vicinity of the monolith is a proposed landing site by Optech and the Mars Institute, for a robotic mission to Phobos known as PRIME (Phobos Reconnaissance and International Mars Exploration).[4] The PRIME mission would be composed of an orbiter and lander, and each would carry four instruments designed to study various aspects of Phobos' geology.[7] At present, PRIME has not been funded and does not have a projected launch date. Former astronaut Buzz Aldrin has spoken about the Phobos monolith and his support for a mission to Phobos.[8]

The object appears in Mars Global Surveyor images SPS252603 and SPS255103, dated 1998. The object is unrelated to another monolith located on the surface of Mars, which NASA noted as an example of a common surface feature in that region.[9]