Wednesday, September 16, 2015

This blog marches on.

We seem to have some good new people in this sector that are 21st century thinkers and do not accept the standard for the Waianae Coast of yesteryear and the Fat Cats in Honolulu. They are definitely becoming more knowledgeable of what downtown Honolulu means when they say, "Keep the country, country."

"You can regret caring too much about what other people think. But in fifteen
years you won’t give a damn about what any of those people thought."

Very little roads and definitely no sidewalks. Little money for schools, no need. No shoe stores and for sure no place where you can work close to home. You need anything, go to Honolulu and make the traffic even worse than it is now. The Dumb Dodos, just for the millions and millions of dollars in profits.

"The World Is Waiting For The Sunrise" by Les Paul and Mary Ford.

Of course, the extremes in town are terrible. New condos at 30 stories high to add to Traffic Grid lock. And look what they are doing to Pearl City right now, almost brought everything to a stand still. The Present Rail Party is only interested in the Big Bucks they will be making. It's the Pay, Ray.

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From Aunty Maile, I am sorry but very difficult to get into this blog.

WBDC DANCE THIS SATURDAY!!! OKTOBERFEST 2015!!!


ZIGGA ZAGA, ZIGGA, ZAGGA, HOY! HOY! HOY!
THE WAHIAWA BALLROOM DANCE CLUB INVITES YOU TO
OKTOBERFEST DANCE!
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 2015
WAHIAWA RECREATION CENTER, HALE HOOKIPA ROOM
6:30 PM – 9:50 PM
POTLUCK! or a monetary donation is appreciated.
MUSIC BY DJ YAGI          LOTS OF DANCING!         BE WITH FUN PEOPLE! WE WELCOME TRADITIONAL ATTIRE OR JUST YOU JOINING US!
Ok·to·ber·fest Note: Oktoberfest this year,
is celebrated from September 19 – October 4, 2015
/äkˈtōbərˌfest/
noun
1.  a traditional autumn festival held in Munich, Germany, every October that features beer-drinking and merrymaking.
NON-ALCOHOLIC
 

 
Just read another article on the possible obsolescence of the Web Site. I don't agree. The Web site has its usefulness and just does not need to be updated constantly. The blog is not "instead of" but "in addition to." The blog site's usefulness is in its currency, it can and is often updated daily. The difference in the hit counters is evident. Though I keep hearing "But we already have a Web site." Oh well, let us not bother.