Friday, May 22, 2015

Steady as she goes.

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"Everyone has the right to their opinion. No one has the right
to be wrong in their facts."


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 And yes, we are all beginning to understand that the Rail Catastrophe is going to mess up the works for all in this area. But those people gotta make the Big Bucks. Millions and millions of dollars in profits. We have to find places far enough from the noise and the upset of the buildings around them. The Moanalua Corridor is the sector that will be developing the best. We will make it in spite of all that big mess. We shall dance on Oahu.

Pub's Side Note: A good idea of what is coming in from our good Two Centers is in the blogging of Richie Fun in the Town Dancer blog and the Dancing Nights blog. Good news for the reader/dancers.

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