Thursday, July 11, 2013

The Waianae Coast

People on the Waianae Coast are gradually accepting the fact that we live in an urban island. "Keep the country country" was coined by the rail party to keep the few in downtown Honolulu, in power over all. It has always been the dough, Moe.

"Your blog is what you say when there is nobody standing
over your shoulder telling you what to do."

The industrial park in Waianae, cars missing from the Freeway
to town and back. Much less traffic for downtown people.
And I coulda been home in 20 minutes.

May not help the rich but it does no harm to the poor.
We are slowly waking up for the absolute need of a couple of "industrial parks," an area zoned and planned for the purpose of industrial development. An industrial park can be thought of as a more "lightweight" version of a heavy industrial section. It is usually a business park or office park, which has offices and light industry.
"Integrity is telling myself the Truth. And Honesty
is telling the Truth to other people."

Voted down by the Rail Party, something about so much minimum wage. Dumb Dodos, they don't realize that many on the Waianae Coast work for minimum wage. And it is worth ten times more in Nanakuli, than working in Honolulu. Those people have never been in the "cattle cars" that the Rail Misadventure calls public transportation.

One tenth the cost of the Rail and coulda been handled by
our excellent bus drivers. Five times more efficient than Rail.
But yes, we know. The huge profits in the Rail.

Meanwhile, the Library in Nanakuli still seems possible. But the Rail Mess needs big bucks and that is a item that can be crossed off the books to help pay for the Junky Rail. We have already lost the famous Dance Pavilion in Waipio, only the dancers don't know of this yet.

Pub's Side Note: To our reader/dancers, please consider yourselves, now and henceforth, and no matter what anyone ever asks of you, free to do any damned thing you want as long as it doesn't hurt someone else unnecessarily.