Tuesday, February 26, 2013

Not Its Time

This blog did not make it, it just was not its time. So it will go into limbo perhaps one blog per week and check the hits. If and when it gets to less than ten average hits per day, it will be deleted. I have too many others to work on that have hits, otherwise I'm just beating my gums.

"We make our fortunes, and we call them fate."

light industry and wholesaling.
There are still some people that are working to get a small industrial building in Waianae. Like the one pictured. Would have about 1000 employees. This would mean 1000 less cars going to town, 1000 less cars in Honolulu traffic congestion and 1000 less cars coming back. Some would tell you that many of the jobs would be minimum wage.

But everyone in Waianae knows that minimum wage in Waianae is ten times better than minimum wage in town.  Furthermore, people coming to work in Waianae from down the coast would be on the free lanes going North in the morning. They would be going back home on the free lanes and every one would agree, "I coulda been home in twenty minutes."

"Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow!" - Vaughn Monroe

Oahu - West blog is coming up pretty good in spite of the Rail disaster in that section. Business is having a tough time now, so they know it is going to be tougher later. The rents are going up on the Waianae Coast, gotta pay for the Rail catastrophe. So everybody voted for it, now they gotta pay through the nose. Meanwhile, those Rail Tragedy people are going to be making billions of dollars in pure profits.

Dancing as is known on the rest of the island will not be here until next year some time. We will all have to be patient. But some of you will be reading about it in the other blogs and we will be having a ball elsewhere.

Pub's Side Note: A dance blog is what all dance websites would like to be updated on a regular basis, containing content that is of interest to a select or target audience. Information easy to update and change. Our readers are gradually picking up on this action on the rest of the blogs.