Wednesday, November 5, 2014

Snicks Snacks

Just came across the information that there are almost one million square feet of Good Ballroom Dancing floors in the Hotels of Oahu. However most are not used except as dust collectors  -  and they are dusted regularly. Sometimes they are used for other things like meetings and conferences but nothing that uses a perfectly good dance floor for dancing. Basketball, Roller Skating?

"Never let fear decide your future. Some days you will not
have a song in your heart. - Sing Anyway!"

For some reason or another on this Island, you cannot use a perfectly good dance floor for dancing, it may even be illegal. Of course we in West Oahu are learning not to make the same mistakes as Honolulu and we will take less dictation from them. We will make a whole new set of rules, like maybe dance floors for dancing. Now that is a sparkling new idea, how about that? Careful of the Present Rail Party.

"She'd Rather Be With Me" by The Turtles

Since my fall, I haven't gotten around much but I do get a little information now and then. Many in the West have carried the Dance Studio Wishes to more than the Night Club on weekends. They suggest that it would be nice to have a class restaurant on the first floor, to provide income all day long. seven days per week. Also feed the upstairs Night Club with chop stick food on weekends. The Night club would provide all drinks, alcoholic and non alcoholic to the Restaurant. And who made the rule that 90% of your income should be in the sale of booze.? A $20 cover for the Night Club would be about right to keep the riff raff down to a bare minimum. Only in the Kapolei Area?


Now if we can get the rest of the Waianae Coast going and some legislators are thinking for the good of the people instead of the Present Rail Party, there is some hope. Makaha residents doing pretty good and there will be a bigger Shopping Center there and a Business Park too? Paradise may be at hand.

From the Rubaiyat by Omar Khayyam about 1000 years ago.

“The moving finger writes, and having writ moves on. Nor all your piety or wit, shall lure it back to cancel half a line, nor all your tears wash out a word of it.”