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Monday, March 4, 2013

Waianae Not So Bad

There seems to be a few sparks around, we are just going to have to play it by ear. I will be trying to get in contact with the West Side Story, the famous Waianae monthly publication. They have some very good news on the Waianae Coast. I would like to get a nice color poster to include in the side bar of this  blog.

"The truth that makes us free is always ticking away like a time-bomb
in the basement of everybody’s church."

Tamura's Market is another semi-monthly advertising sent out to the Waianae Coast. They have adhered to regular merchandising tactics instead of the old time, "whatever the market will bear." They have some good specials twice a month and can compete with anything that might come around to the Coast.

They have have tried dancing at Tacos and More but never enough publicity. And they couldn't inform me, I would have helped. They "coulda been a contendah." They have some the most edible Mexican food around.

"Morning Dew" by Melveen Leed

Meanwhile, the bus situation was supposed to have been bettered but I don't think so. The Rail Disaster people still think in terms of cattle cars and even our legislators have been convinced that it is the way of public transportation.  Wrong, wrong, wrong.

 
Not needed yet but get enough Articulated (one tandem) buses and
then after a year or so you might need a few of these.

Fasi had it right when all those nice buses were installed in the local areas. The #403 for example. The height of  efficiency when you have only one empty seat. But you see, bus seats were meant to be used. But he was thinking of the users of public transportation. The Rail Fiasco people think they should remove all the seats. The cattle can all ride standing up, less cost and you can use the money for the Rail Catastrophe profits. It's the loot, Klute.

Pub's Side Note: It is slowly forming all by itself, a new dance force, for Truth, Inclusion and Innovation and made "of the dancers, by the dancers and for the dancers." Let it roll!