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Saturday, February 14, 2015

Some Are Lucky

Met a guy that lives in Kapolei and works in Makaha. Sounds bad in the beginning, but he tells a different story. In the morning he does not have to worry about the big traffic mess on the freeway to Honolulu. He is going down Farrington and the roadway is clear as a bell. All the traffic is going the other way, jam packed. And we all know that it is going  to get worse.

"Facts do not cease to exist just because they are ignored."


The beautiful Articulated Buses. One tenth the cost of the Rail Mess and ten times more efficient. Easy to make more comfortable and I can get it right around the corner and get me to town without a lot of hassles.

"Somewhere Over The Rainbow." by Bruddah Iz

Keep the country, country, no sidewalks, no shoe stores.
He makes less money than he would in town, but when Pau Hana, he is going home and the roadway is just beautiful. Everyone is all going the other way, the roads are jam packed, many times at a stand still. He is home in a little over half hour. When the Rail Disaster gets it, it will get worse, because the money has to go for them first. And those Fat Cats in Honolulu are making millions on that Rail Catastrophe.

Yes, I am aware. The beginning of voices that say, "Stop the Rail" but there is too much money at stake. Big Big Profits that will be going on for years. You know what the minimum wage will be for carpenters? Auwe. They had a good rep, what happened? Remember when Carpenter was such an honored name? And they have bought so many at UH West Oahu when people should know better.

"Walk With Me Through Paradise." by Melveen Leed

All over the world, the goal is to get people off their cars and to use transportation. But it must be "comfortable" and let's face it. The Rail Holocaust is one big humbug from beginning to end. It's just the money, Sonny. It's the bread, Fred.


Business Park in Makaha. What a break for a lot of citizens of this entire coast. But we already know of the Fat Cats in Honolulu, they no like.

Luckily, the Nanakuli Village Center could not be stopped though some are still trying. All the lucky people that will be able to work there and many will make it home in 20 minutes and get to spend some time with their families. Many minimum wage jobs too, but minimum wage in Nanakuli is worth ten times what it is worth in Honolulu. And think of all the cars missing from the freeway to and from Honolulu. So many people are not aware.