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Thursday, July 17, 2014

Coming Up Nice

I have been noticing the advance in the Waianae Coast since I first moved here some years back. There is more bustle and hustle about the Coast than going to Honolulu or even Kapolei. The entity of togetherness is being forced by the Rail Disaster, which is already making it much harder to even get to Kapolei. We have to find ways to avoid going to Honolulu at all costs. And we know we will be fortunate not have to put with the noise that the people along the corridor will suffer through.

"Most of us will be judged not on our successes but
how many times we fell and got up again."

Tamura has been in the forefront with good sales in a semi monthly publication. Sack N Save in Nanakuli has been in the weekly advertising with good loss leaders and bargains for all. Now Longs has joined in with some goodies in the grocery departments too. No need to go anywhere else. We got most of it right here on the coast.

 

No one has mention third city but the feeling is growing. With a few more Industrial Parks and plenty people working close to home. Wow! Then perhaps a KMart or Walmart and we will almost have it. We can live, work and play in a Paradise of our own making. And we can visit Honolulu once maybe twice a year, as tourists. Why not?


So I am looking for the first real legitimate Cocktail Lounge in a Shopping center to give it a little more Nite life. Though some of the Shopping Centers are doing very well staying open until past ten pm. With a Cocktail Lounge, they would go midnight for sure. Walgreens Drugstore would have done wonders for Nanakuli but the Present Rail Party screwed that one up.


Then there seem to be more groups out to help their fellow citizens. Cockaroaching is on its way out and people recognize that druggies are losers. We are going in the right direction. Now I would like to see some social dancing every Saturday night on the best dance floor in the West. That is in the Waianae District Park. Just beautiful.

Ordinary Communication Media is fine: To whom it may concern, one way, newsletters, email flyers, web sites. They do their job but there ain't nuttin' like a blog, once you get a Two Center.