Sunday, August 18, 2013

Accident? of course.

The engineer experts still not sure why it happened. It just fell off and under investigation. Our Rail Party says, accidents do happen. They are all heart but we know, it's the Cash, Nash. Billions of dollars in Profits.

Somehow the buses are getting a little more comfortable but the Rail Party still has no idea of what the rest of the world is trying to do. Get the people off their cars and onto public transportation, without forcing them. You are not going to that by making it very uncomfortable to ride public transportation. Do any of those people know how much trouble it will be for anyone on the Waianae Coast to get on to a rail station, then through it and on a rail car? An hour minimum and with the coming increase in traffic maybe two hours just to get on the train. Parking at the rail station $400.00 per month? Yeah, man!
"Rock Around The Clock" by Bill Haley and His Comets

When words fail, we turn to a more ancient art of communication to express the beauty of Hawaii. There are other ways to dance. Hula is as much an expression of Hawaiian life in general as it is a spiritual language. Local children and adults learn hula in schools called halau and the dance is performed at parties and celebrations on an almost daily basis throughout the islands.

The Eastside of this Island has twice as many dancers as Waianae Coast. But accustomed to going into town fo dance.

Very prominent on the Waianae Coast and if tourists are lucky, they can visit the islands during one of our many hula competitions most notably, the Merrie Monarch Festival on Hawaii, the Big Island, held every spring and considered by many to be the Olympics of hula.

"Somewhere Over The Rainbow" by Bruddah Iz

Pub's Side Note: We cannot do what one person tells us to do. But we can certainly hear what many of you say and then we must move accordingly.