Wednesday, December 19, 2012


All of our blogs are moving slowly. It seems that way every Christmas, apparently everyone is busy with other things such as friends and relatives which are in fact very important.
"A place does not make a community... people do."
Nanakuli seem to be bustling around very nicely and I can see Christmas cards in the making and the receiving. I wasn't sure but with the bus situation even worse, I will not be able go to the various invitations in town. In some I would have to take the bike and coming back can be rough. You wait until 11 pm for the bus and then it has two bikes on a two bike rack. Auwe, now gotta wait another hour for the next one. Can you remember when Honolulu was known as one of the best? Those days of "DA BUS" are gone forever.

Oahu - West, Central Valley and Dancing in the Dark still struggling to get into the 34 average hits per day. (1000 per month.) In January, one of them will emerge to challenge Oahu And Beyond which is in 3rd place. It will depend very much on which one gets the Guest Author. The reader/dancers are there and just waiting.

The top two, Town Dancer and Honolulu Dance Guide do not have much to worry about. They are pretty consistent and will just naturally increase in readership. One Guest Author in Town Dancer (an American Style amateur dance teacher,) and it will hit 300 average hits per day, guaranteed. With a good ten years or more in their backgrounds, they would have plenty to say, (a teaspoonful at a time) to all of our reader/dancers.

Besides dancing at the Waianae District Park, we could take in as many residents and their pet subjects as they wish and build the blog up into the numbah one on this Island. Gradually take in Makaha and the Resort and something will develop there. We are not too bad and we could show the Nanakuli people what could be done to make this Social Media.

"I'll Remember You" by Don Ho
Pub's Side Note: About John White, PRP and Caldwell? "However they may now and then
answer popular ends, they are likely in the course of time and things, to become potent
engines, by which cunning, ambitious, and unprincipled men will be enabled to subvert
the power of the people and to usurp for themselves the reins of government, destroying
afterwards the very engines which have lifted them to unjust dominion."
~ George Washington