Tuesday, May 16, 2017

Plowing Ahead Slowly

This blog is still number one plowing ahead slowly but steadily. The hits are coming in solid, over a hundred average per day and still mainly on Oahu. Though we are losing many of the scam, spam robot hits, everything else looks good. We get a few comments which is good but we need many more, independent opinions. And opinions are like noses, every one has got one and all different. Hey, that's it!

"Social Dancers know that truest expression of the dancers on Oahu
is in their music and their dance."

Yes we hear the news of how Trump and his fellow crooks stole the Presidency of the United States. But it has been pointed out repeatedly, he did not. He bought it and paid cash on the barrel head, cost him millions, together with the help of his billionaire buddies. Those people are accustomed to buying anything they wish. You don't think they did it for their health, do you? He He. From an old republican acquaintance: "We had it rough too. Some of my kids were still riding around in last year's Mercedes." - Hey, now that is rough!

"I'll Remember You" by Don Ho

Platinum Horseshoe has inherited the territory and has to do the best it can with it and try to get some help. We will not push anyone, we offer the platform, then it is up to them. Dance blogging is not rocket science, it’s about being yourself, helping our fellow dancers and putting what you have into it. Blogging is using a new medium for what it is good for, connecting and interacting.

"Moloka'i Waltz
by Amy Hanaialii

Meanwhile we are getting a few sparks from the Waianae Coast and the North Shore. You got a new dance group? Let me know and I will blog'em. Many trying to get out of that Honolulu quagmire. And the traffic problem is due to get worse. Everyone seems to know it but no one can do anything about. "The Gravy Train" is Numbah One. Easy Money! Millions and Millions of dollars being made daily. And there is more where that came from.

Just read the latest on old Russian dancing. "It consists of folding
one's arms over the chest and running while sitting down."