Wednesday, October 31, 2012

A Trip to the Dentist

It was a busy morning but I got most things done, except my housework. I need some help there, I was ready by noon, computer turned off, back packed, and took a leisurely stroll to Kokua Mau. They were busy in the back, unpacking and packing some goodies for distribution.

"Enjoy life. There's plenty of time to be dead."

But I did tell them that now I can copy music from you tube videos. Now, I have to find out how to burn the music to disks. It is not just a copy process. I am a slow learner but I do learn. Then I can make a few copies for my friends.  As for me I will not keep all of them for long. I am too old and there are too many. Just keep what make me happy for now.

"Y Volvere"   ...   Vicki Carr

Got the C bus a little after one and it was crowded. Lucky to get a seat. And it was soon packed. By the time we got ready to get on the freeway the loudspeakers were repeating. "Please move to the back of the bus." I arrived at the Kalihi Transit Center just in time to get the #2 bus. I was in time for my 2.30 appointment at the Dentist.

Aileen Ramos, Dr. David Breeze, Jared Christenof, Dr. Jennifer Hirata and Imelda Sagisi.
Nice people, I will have to get more fotos next time.

Through in a half hour, then waited for the bus for another half hour, Auwe! Went to Freight Merchandising and they just don't have the bargains anymore. Not worth it for the distance and the bus mess. I don't believe I will go there again. Took the next #2 to town and then got the #93 bus back to Nanakuli.

They can spend 50 billion dollars on the Rail, and they will never beat the #93 for getting me to Nanakuli and in comfort, that is sitting down. Every one of those passengers know that there are at least 50 cars missing right in front of them, because the drivers are on the bus. That is the way to get people off the streets and freeways by making public transportation "comfortable" Getting on a Rail sure as hell is not "comfortable." Yes, I know, it is not in their dictionaries.

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