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Wednesday, August 14, 2013

Nick Nacks

Kokua Mau in Nanakuli Ridge still holding as the anchor for this blog. They are doing a terrific job with the limited funds available. But they will get more help as more people in Sea Country become aware. They are fortunate with the volunteers they do have.

 
Perhaps I can get the help I need to use a camera.

Then there is something peculiar about Nanakuli Ridge, everyone is trying to make a buck, and everyone assumes that everyone is trying to make a buck (on them.) "Giving" is not easily understood. Kokua Mau is a very good beginning. We can help and we can give.
 
"To convince someone of the truth, it is not enough to state it, but rather one must find the path from error to truth."

Meanwhile, good business is rolling where the "wheels" do no stop them.


Perfect corner and just waiting to be developed but the Rail Party is against it. The excuse is minimum wage, - keep the country, country and all that BS. People in Waianae are well aware that minimum wage in Waianae is worth ten times more than in Honolulu. And "I coulda been home in 20 minutes." With the kind of service we get from the bus we would be lucky to make it through the rail station in an hour and 20 minutes.

"Morning Dew" by Melveen Leed


The new Micro-Blog, like Tw-itter only B-etter and B-igger.

We are going make contact again some day with NAPA Auto Parts. Most there seemed like nice people but the dreaded possible "profit taking" was there and we could be patient. Maybe next year. Then there is the Korean Restaurant, they were very nice but wary of when the "selling" would begin. We can be patient there too.