Friday, April 8, 2016

Update

This blog is doing very well, it covers a very interesting territory. Makaha all the way down to Kapolei for the left side of the Horseshoe, and cut across to Pearl City and Pearlridge for the bottom of the Horseshoe, then up all the way to the North Shore for the right side of the Horseshoe.

"It may be true, that the weak will always be driven to the wall,
but it is a task of  a just society to see that the wall is climbable."


Kapolei, second city is dragging its feet. They have a few small bars with live music but only for listening. Some have a "dance floor" but much too tiny of social dancers. This will all come in time and we must be patient. The section, Waikele - Waipio shows some interest and perhaps they will be the next coming attraction in social dance in West Oahu.

"More Than Just A Song" by Loyal Garner


"I Will Dance For You" by Willie K

As far as groups go, the club social dancers are the biggest and most organized. Followed by the street dancers that dance everywhere. malls, service stations, school cafeterias, district parks, community centers, parties, night clubs. Good honest people.

Bar Joke: A Mormon, a Muslim, and a Buddhist walked into a bar.
That's the joke, as none of them are allowed to drink alcohol.

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