Thursday, October 25, 2012

Pulling Ahead

It seem like Dancing in the Dark is pulling ahead of Central Valley and Oahu - West. We have very little contact in Central Valley so that is understandable. We got a little from Wahiawa Ballroom Dance Club, but before the "fact" is not as interesting to our reader/dancers than after the "fact."

"We crush the caterpillars then complain because we see no butterflies."

And Oahu - West would have been doing just fine if we had gotten some information and photos from Kapolei Chapter, but hell, everyone is busy. We should have some understanding. Anyone with information and/or photos, send them in. Pearlridge already knows but they are also busy. I will try to make contact with someone to furnish us with information and photos.


But that is happening in the Town blogs too. The available information and photo contributors are too busy. If we had more, the hits would have gone up not down. So we must not blame the ones we do have. At least the blogs are being set up in the right places with the right formats to be filled in by whoever is willing to help.


Dancing in the Dark is rapidly establishing its own kuleana. From the Stadium to Kalihi. This is a nice section with a good group of dancers, with the center right about where Aliamanu Intermediate is located. So the Saturday dances should be covered by this blog.  With the addition of Aliamanu Chapter and Kalihi Chapter, it would do wonders for everyone.

"Speaking of Paul Ryan, a new poll actually found that 42 percent of Americans do not
approve of Mitt Romney's running mate, which isn't too bad considering most Americans
don't approve of Paul Ryan's running mate." ~Jay Leno

Pub's Side Note: Da Bus, the one that use to be pretty close to being good. The PRP and Carlisle, sure messed that one up. Just to try to convince people to go for the Rail. (Billions and Billions of dollars in profits) I had never seen that before, Old ladies standing up from Waianae to town. Now that's criminal. Not enough buses.


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