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Wednesday, November 9, 2016

Let's Hear It From The Bands.

Oahu is the epicenter of nightlife in Hawaii. On every night of the week you can find good local food, live music and dancing in a variety of restaurants, bars and lounges from Waikiki, up the old Moanalua Corridor to the Central Valley and up to the North Shore. The Present Rail Party has stalled everything in Kapolei and up the Waianae Coast. They are making millions and millions of dollars in profits from the Gravy Train.

"He who thanks but with the lips Thanks but in part;
The full, the true Thanksgiving Comes from the heart."


A few businesses have already gone bankrupt in the Corridor, but they don't care, they don't have to care. It's the money, Sonny. They have been stopping all the business parks on the Waianae Coast and Kapolei too. And "I could been home in 20 minutes." You gotta take the Rail buddy. But there is Live music in West Oahu in spite of the Rail Disaster. Wahiawa and Mililani are leading the way. And there is some action brewing on the North Shore.


"I'll Be Seeing You" by Jimmy Durante

The young don't seem to mind much, but the more experienced dancers know what they want and that is the "Oldies but Goodies." The classics that will never be forgotten by each succeeding generation. I just heard "As Time Goes By" on the Internet and it was just beautiful But I am ninety one years old. That was in my time many many years ago.

Just found out that a $100 bottle of wine is not ten times better than
a $10 bottle of wine. Not even five times better. How about that?