Sunday, April 14, 2013

The West is improving?

The bus situation seems to be getting better. I am not sure yet, but I went to the VA on Friday and I was able to sit down on the C bus going to town. I told my next door neighbor and he says he might try it again next time he goes to town.

"A person may have been a king or serf -- a philosopher or servant, -- but the utterance neither gains nor loses in truth or reason."

He doesn't mind it too much if he can get the bus right around the corner and then sit down to town. One less car off the streets and off the freeways. The Rail Party trying to keep this kind of information quiet. But he sure will never go through the hassle of paying annual parking at the Rail Disaster Stations. Then you gotta take the car too.


With just half the fleet in these Articulated buses,
we coulda been a contendah! "The best in the Nation,"

Dumb Dodos they went through a beautiful opportunity with the ferry boats but nobody wanted to go through that hassle. Now they want to do it again, and this time it will cost 50 times more. And more gangsters are taking a piece of the action. Estimates have now gone up to eight billion and no one knows how much higher it will go.

It will not bankrupt the city and county of Honolulu. Why? Because Abercrombie will not let it and that means the neighbor islands will have to bail them out. The Neighbor Islands just don't know this yet.


This is in China, but a couple of these just north of the
freeway from Waipahu to Kapolei, Wow.
And I coulda been home in 20 minutes.

There has been some new of new industrial parks planned and that would help to stop the Rail Tragedy. So the Rail Party is not going to allow any of that. They even have the Sierra Club in their pockets. Remember when the Sierra Club was for the people? Now, it's the money, Sonny.


San Francisco before and after they tore down their Rail Tragedy. Cost a lot of money to build and a lot of money to tear down.
Good thing we can afford that on Oahu.

Meanwhile Caldwell Rail Party is trying to hide the fact that there will be no Dance Pavilion at the Patsy Mink Recreation Park. Gotta pay for da Rail Mess. Yes, it's the loot, Klute. It is becoming more evident as the prices go up on the entire island. Meanwhile, our legislators are planning to give themselves a little raise. How about that? Lucky we can afford it. Property Taxes going up, you ain't seen nuttin' yet.






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