"Whoever is careless with the truth in small matters,
cannot be trusted with important matters."
Prices, Honolulu Electric going up, gotta pay for the rail tragedy, coffee, no mo $4, 4.99 at Don Quijote. Some at $8 already. Milk $5 a gallon and going up to $6. Good thing we can afford it. Now they goin' buy junk trains from Europe. Big, Big Commissions and guess who's gonna pay? Lucky You.
Industrial Park in Waianae voted down by the Rail Crisis people.
"I coulda been home in 20 minutes"
Funds being cut back in the schools and they are raising the price on all the dance clubs. You can't blame them, somebody has to pay the billions and billions of dollars in profits for the rail fiasco. You didn't think the rich were going to pay for it did you? You got suckered by lies into voting for it, now you gotta pay the piper through the nose.
"The greatest homage we can pay to truth, is to use it."
The neighbor islands are going to realize soon enough, they gotta pay too. Gary Grabauskaus from the East Coast somewhere, now the highest paid man in the history of Oahu. Most bus drivers already agree, that any bus driver or user of transportation in Honolulu knows more about transportation in Honolulu than him put together with Yoshioka. Now more "experts" coming in from the mainland and as they say, "These yokels are just easy money."
This would have been perfect. Ten times cheaper than the
Rail Catastrophe and five times more efficient. No rail stations charging $300 per month parking.
In this world of dog eat dog and organizations such PRP, it is not tough to understand. Standing and sitting on a bus is not understood in the ivory towers of Honolulu. No one from the Governor on down even recognizing the difference. Users of public transportation are regarded as non-humans so we must have some understanding. Frank Fasi knew. Remember the man on the cross 2000 years ago, "Forgive them father, for they know not what they do." These stupes are interested only in the big bucks.
How many Rail Party members does it take to change a light bulb?
A. That's not in their job description.