Wednesday, August 21, 2013

Slow but fine

Apparently the streets are still rolled up pretty early. But they seem to have plenty of daytime action, parties, exhibitions, fair etc. Nice. Dancing, more of the folk kine, Hawaiian, Samoan, still nice. The hits remain in double digits and I hope to see them in the twenties soon.

"There is no such thing as an inconsequential lie -
The Truth needs no rehearsal."

Night time only the military, but many of our locals go to town. If Kapolei ever gets out of their one bar outlook, there may be something blooming there, but for now it is town where it has always been, even if it takes six hours to get there. Of course, in Pearlridge there seems to be a group of places developing but mainly for the under thirty and can get a little rowdy.

By next year if Kapolei doesn't move, we will have something
like this on the Waianae Coast.
"Pua Olena" by Loyal Garner 
The Acer Laptop computer back on the market. It was just too slow, (Has Vista) specially compared with my Windows 8 computer. I just took it off the market to take my time and check it out. The windows updates were way behind and took hours. Then I defragged and cleaned out the excess files and it seemed a little faster.
Then I found out it has only 512 MB of Ram. That was it. You need at least 1GB of ram nowadays. I have 2 GB on my computers. So that anyone that gets this very good computer, can upgrade to at least 1 GB of ram. (about $15) Then they can buy a Windows 7 OS (about $80) and they will have a very up to date computer that will last for years.

The buying price will start at $390 and it will go down periodically. The free method will still be in effect, if the last two numbers of your social security number coincide with the Current number on the Blogs, it is yours for free. I get the number from the Dow Jones closing last two numbers and this week it is 74. Simple?
"Of the dancers, by the dancers and for the dancers"
All the dancers? Of course not, they do not all
want to be involved and we must respect.