Thursday, September 5, 2013

These blogs are beginning to take form.

For us in our blogs, the North Shore will be left completely for others. We have too many places to cover where there is the possibility of interest. We do know of people that live in the North Shore that are dancers, but most are interested in dancing closer to town. It should be their choice.

"Some people will not tolerate such emotional honesty in communication. They would rather defend their dishonesty on the grounds that it might hurt others. Therefore, having rationalized their phoniness into nobility, they settle for superficial relationships."

Much of the dance action in the Central Valley is already covered by their own private communications media. And I suppose, many would rather keep it private. Which is all right with me, and understandable. However, there are some that would like to see a little public dance action in the Central Valley and if so, there is Oahu West and Ewa Bus Stop blogs ready to assist.. Get that new club going and please let us know and we will give you all the publicity we can.

"Little Bitty Pretty One" by Thurston Harris

Waipahu is still there but they have some special rules, so we must go where we can help. Any place else we are more than willing to help wherever we can. And of course, we will continue to respect the wishes of all those that do not wish to be part of our endeavors.

The entire West side is going to be aware of these dance groups. The main thing is to get Ballroom dance rolling in the West Side and when it comes to dancing they will take a back seat for no one. We will be having a sale and dropping the rate from twenty thousand dollars per month down to Ten Thousand, We are all heart.

"Goody Goody" by Frankie Lymon and the Teenagers 


Then there is the famous Dancing in the Dark blog willing to help out with some addition information. Yes, that is Theo and Diana in the dance icon, and we are looking for more icons.

The most promising territory for a new Dance Club has to be in the Salt Lake area. That section of town is just itching, just have to find a place to dance. Are we getting there?  Or can you imagine a nice community center with a 2000 square foot floor, in let us say, Pearl City? Wow, packed every weekend. And with the Rail Crisis getting worse, we can forget about the Dance Pavilion in Waipio. It's the bread, Fred.

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