Saturday, December 30, 2017

2017 Good or Bad ?

Say what you want about 2017, but boring it was not! America was great just a year ago and the entire world knows that Donald the Trump has been running it into the ground. We will get rid of those lying republican crooks in congress and make America great again. The social dancers on Oahu have taken everything that 2017 threw at them and made the best of it — most of the time. That's why we're eager to receive feedback to share your pearls of wisdom with our readers. Every day we get more readers. Let us know what are the best (or worst) moments we face as social dancers and what you think we've learned (or haven't) from this year.

"Social dancers love the way the right dance music can move them into a trance."


To start the Happy New year right we have news from Wahiawa Ballroom Dance Club. Ballroom Dance Classes on Mondays start January 8th. Samba and Rumba, Instructors: Felipe Repollo and Carmen Mendoza. Line Dance Classes on Wednesdays, start January 10th. Instructor: Carol Kohagura. Icing on the cake is the Social on Friday, January 12th. Theme: Rock Around The Clock. 50s Era. Potluck which usually turns up terrific grindz. And we need a Guest Blogger from this club to contribute a few choice words for the club and dancing in general.


The biggest blight for Oahu is the Rail Disaster. It was declared obsolete by the experts a year ago but there is so much money to be made, "the Trump Way." No one mentions "Rapid Transit" anymore because they all know that is will take at least a half hour longer to get from Makaha to Honolulu Hale. The "Easy Money" is easier now that they are going to make the neighbors island pay big bucks too, The total cost estimate went from 5 billion to 7, to 9, and now going for 15 billion dollars. Will it go higher? You'd better believe it. The Present Rail Party does not refer to it as the "Gravy Train" for nothing. $$$$$

“Success is not final, failure is not fatal: it is the courage to continue that counts.”


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