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Saturday, June 27, 2015

Reorganization

Latin Waltz, the old Latin Rhythms blog is due to be deleted by July 31st. The reader/dancers have made the decision whether they knew it or not. The old Chicharrones has inherited the name Latin Rhythms and it will take a few days to make all the adjustments. There will still be nine blogs to choose from, and the reader/dancers will make the decision.

The Waianae Coast is going through some trouble because of the Rail Disaster and people are moving away from this section. Everyone knows that Farrington is doomed. The money has to go to the Fat Cats in Honolulu. And they want more naturally.

Sunday, June 21, 2015

Looking Bleak

The Rail Disaster is starting to hit the Waianae Coast and the price of eggs is leading the way. And we cannot blame the egg merchants. Before the traffic jams caused by the Present Rail Party, - transportation for the delivery of goods was pretty fast.

 "While we do our good works let us not forget that the real solution
lies in a world in which charity will have become unnecessary."


Now, everyone knows that the traffic situation is going to get worse not better with the Rail Calamity. And we also know there are millions and millions of dollars in profits from the Rail Crisis and somebody gonna get it. Some of our politicians are still being paid off by the Present Rail Party. Look what they did to Ben Cayetano. Talk about lying - those people are experts.

"Somewhere Over The Rainbow" by Bruddah Iz

Fortunately they are working the Governor and there is a good chance that the neighbors islands will have to foot the bill which will be another billion starting next year. The Fat Cats in Honolulu already know they got it in the bag. They had to hire an extra man to shovel the money into the safes as it comes in. Easy Money and the Rail estimates are sure to go higher before long.


We did have some good news. The monthly prize in our lottery was finally claimed today by a member of the City Of Joy, our next door neighbor. Hope she knows some good computer church members to help her learn the basics. And she can call me and I hope I can help. And Aside: we should have more commentary from the readers. Your opinion is valuable for the rest of the readers.

Monday, June 15, 2015

Nanakuli

In an effort to determine their own destiny, obtain self-governance, and independence from the city and state's oversight, and after many years of intensive community-based planning. there will be a new business and social center in Nanakuli.

"Our mission in West Oahu may not be merely to survive, but to
thrive; and to do so with some passion, some compassion,
some humor, and some style."


Tthe Nanakuli Hawaiian Homestead Community Association (NHHCA) with the help of Hawaiian Community Development Board (HCDB) is developing this major “village center” project that will include a multipurpose learning center and a 48-unit affordable rental housing complex,The plans also include a Waianae Comp satellite health clinic with an affordable drug pharmacy, a large renal clinic and a commercial center with Longs as the anchor tenant.


A beautiful Business Park and you would have hundreds of cars missing from the streets and freeways to and from Honolulu. Hundreds missing from the downtown traffic. And "I coulda been home in 20 minutes."

The independence of the Waianae Coast is of utmost importance specially now with the Rail Disaster almost at hand. It will take many years for the residents of the coast to recover from that catastrophe. And everyone agrees that the traffic will get worse. It's the bread, Fred. It's the dollars, scholars. The Fat Cats in Honolulu are making millions right now.

Pub's Side Note: Watch out for all those crooks on the Internet. specially those who try to force you to use their product. It is not the same sales pitch of yesterday. Just look at Adobe, once one of the most respectable names in the computer world. Now just a  hustler, a crappy one at that.

Monday, June 8, 2015

Rail Lobbyists in Honolulu

Antiquated Law Spares Rail Lobbyists in Honolulu Ethics Scandal,
From Hawaii Free Press. (going after the truth)

CB: ...Lobbyists are afforded a pass even when the commission does find wrongdoing. The commission doesn’t publicly release the names of lobbyists when an investigation is completed.

"You can con some of the people all of the time. and all of the people some of the time, but you cannot con all of the people all the time."
Who said that?

In both the Cachola and Garcia cases, the Ethics Commission withheld the names of lobbyists to encourage openness during the investigations. Even though the commission subpoenaed expense reports from the lobbyists, the commission found that identifying them would have a “chilling effect on witness cooperation for future cases.”

 The beautiful Articulated Bus. With enough of these we could've had
it made in the shade, but millions and millions of dollars in
profits are more important than the people.

Totto says this is important to ensure that lobbyists cooperate with commission investigations without fear of reprisal from the people they get paid to influence .... Cachola helped shine a light on the shadowy lobbying world when he got caught accepting dozens of unlawful gifts over a six-year span from lobbyists who had business before the city. The former councilman said he wasn’t alone, and he pointed the finger at several of his colleagues who he said had accepted perks from lobbyists.


The beautiful Business Park in Kapolei, vetoed by the Present Rail Party.
The Fat Cats in Downtown Honolulu want the money.
And "I coulda got home in 20 minutes."

Cachola named names, too. He said he accepted gifts from representatives of James Campbell Co., its development arm, Aina Nui Corp., and the Pacific Resource Partnership, a labor group that spent millions of dollars to help pro-rail candidates get elected, most notably Honolulu Mayor Kirk Caldwell.

"Somewhere Over The Rainbow" by Bruddah Iz

The lobbyists Cachola outed included Mike Kido, David Rae, Steve Kelly and Cameron Nekota. According to documents provided by Cachola, they spent nearly $10,000 wining and dining council members and their spouses from 2006 to 2012.