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Friday, April 8, 2016

Who pays?

So from what I hear, there will be no raising of the minimum wage in Hawaii. Gotta pay for Da Rail Disaster. The property owners had been chosen first but now they are going for the GET. That way the lower incomes will pay more.

"So many people would be able to learn from their mistakes,
if they were not so busy denying them."


The beautiful Industrial Parks may eventually be carefully selected and
scattered into the valleys near the coast around all the neighbor islands.
The residents would really and truly live in Paradise, and work and
play in their own kuleana. And I coulda been home in 20 minutes.


The Bi-Articulated bus, one tenth the cost of the Rail Catastrophe, five times more efficient and we would never have messed up the scenery the way we are dong now. But those crooks lied about Ben and they have been lying all along.

"Somewhere Over The Rainbow" by Bruddah Iz

Goods on Oahu are going to take longer to deliver because of the increase in traffic and the prices will have to go up. Everyone will have to pay more for food and other necessities as well as raise in sales tax to pay for the Rail Mess. The lower incomes have been unanimously selected to pay by Caldwell and the Fat Cats of Honolulu.

The fully automatic and self propelled passenger bus, will arrive on Maui by 2020. Will not be permitted on Oahu. The other neighbor islands?

Fortunately our property owners are rich and can afford the increase in property taxes. Those that have rentals will find it easy to raise the rents. And of course, most entertainment on Oahu pays rent so you can see why the prices on all bars, lounges, night clubs will have to be raised. Even schools are already raising their prices for the use of their cafeteria space. Rapid Transit was not a misnomer, it was a deliberate Lie but there were millions and millions of dollars just for the taking.

"I Will Remember You" by Don Ho

The original estimates, before Caldwell was elected, were at five billion dollars. That is "Billions" of Dollars. Then it quickly went up to six Billion dollars. Cost over runs etc. You know da kine, and now it is at seven billion. And everyone knows that it will go to eight billion by the end of this year. The Fat Cats in the Present Rail Party call this Easy Money. And we all know what it has been all along, It's was the bread, Fred.


The Live Bands will survive but it ain't gonna be easy. We gotta make special efforts to help all our friends in the entertainment business just so we all know why.

Prayer for the day: "Lord, let me have my coffee to help change the things I can change, and a little wine to accept the things I cannot change."