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Monday, July 22, 2013

Darker Side of Waianae

We have them all over here too. Only they bother less and we bother them less. Of course they don't have the conveniences available in the big city. Most of them think the rail disaster is just fine with them. They think they will have fun riding it. A a great new place to pick up a few coins in the rail stations and perhaps a place to set up new homes with convenient bathrooms and all.


And we have a developing Homeless neighborhood in Nanakuli too. Right behind Sack N Save. We have to learn to accept them. Just make sure they do not encroach too much on the rest of us. And we could try to make it easier for them to live where and how they are living. Some may be able to live good enough to think they can get a job and rejoin the rest of the community.

"Dreaming Away" by Melody Ishikawa



On the other side of the island, two blogs in East Oahu are still just holding their heads above water. And yet there are hundreds of dancers in that section. Little pride and most would rather be associated with downtown people. Hey, everyone, to each, their own.


Makapu'u Point is a regular blog like all the others. but Oahu East is a mini-blog, not much bigger than a Twitter or Google Plus. Perhaps we can get a Guest Author for one of them. Then the other will be almost automatically cancelled.

"I Remember You" by Don Ho

Pub's Side Note: There have been two groups in town that have consistently produced the best International Style dancers on this island. By the same token there have been two groups that have consistently produce the worst International Style dancers on this Island. Who? Ha Ha! We are talking competition here are we not? That is the name of their game.