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Sunday, April 5, 2015

Dance, Anyone?

Most of us should be aware that Town Dancer blog remains the leader in our Hawaii blogosphere. And the biggest reason is that they have two Guest Authors and several regular Two Centers, willing to contribute by email information and photo for publication.

"Reading is the most important skill you will ever learn."


How about this Makaha Beach Bar and Lounge,
with a little larger dance floor? Wow!

For All The Men Out There
Just do it! Too many would-be dancers have convinced themselves, or let others tell them, that they "just can’t dance", so they never even attempt to learn. If you can walk, you can learn to dance. Social dancing is composed of steps, forward, back, to the side, and in place. Just forget about competitions, most people are in it for fun not for competitions. Competition people are different people and they will whole heartily agree with this.

It’s the combining of these steps in different ways that creates the pattern of a dance. The steps are learned one at a time, just like when you were two and learning to walk! Don’t let anyone discourage you, you CAN learn to dance! And you could try Line dancing first, you don't need a partner and you can have a ball just moving to the music, like the rest of them.


"May Each Day" by Andy Williams

Just met another guy that lives in the projects in Nanakuli and works in Nanakuli. Just a little better than minimum wage but for him, it is worth ten times, what it is working in Honolulu. He can walk home in 20 minutes and spend a little time with the family. But the Present Rail Party located in Downtown Honolulu does not like that kind of nonsense. You will work and buy everything in Honolulu including your entertainment. Why do you think they spent millions lying about Ben Cayetano? Keep the country, country. No shoestores and no sidewalks. And you can forget about education too.

"Tiny Bubbles" by Don Ho

Pub's Side Note: Here's to the crazy ones, the misfits, the rebels, the troublemakers. The round pegs in the square holes, the ones who see things differently. They are not fond of rules and they have no respect for the status quo. You can praise them, disagree with them, quote them, disbelieve them, glorify or vilify them. About the only thing you cannot do is ignore them, because they change things.