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Alternatives to Tourism

Filed under: Posts — SunDub @ 07:31:51 am

My people, hello. I'm trying to do my part to help the economy of Hawaii. Tourism is hit and miss each year. What could we do to make sure that costs don't continue to skyrocket and the people of Hawaii and afford to live and enjoy their families without working three jobs.

1. Gambling-Each year thousands, tens of thousands of local people visit the Mecca that is Vegas to them. In the process millions of dollars leave the islands are givent to an economy that doesn't need our "donations". Legalize gambling in certain resort areas and bing, choke people will travel interisland despite the crazy cost of tickets and some of that dinero will stay here.

2. Film-Build off of Lost's success and develop more shows, movies in Hawaii. The film industry pays bank to come here and those pampered celebrities gladly empty their wallets. Chee hoo.

3. Find out how to power everything with the ocead-Not a new idea. We are surrounded in water, would make power free and the company that licensed it would be banking. And the money saved on electricity, used for other things to stay in Hawaii.

4. Pro Sports League- There's enough islands and locations to have a Hawaiian League. Give some names like Ron Artest, TO, and others a second chance and we'll have something folks.

to be continued...


Filed under: Posts — SunDub @ 01:21:33 am

Howzit my people. Random Sun has returned for your weekly literary delight. Today we are going to discuss some politics of the Islands. Now politicians anywhere and everywhere. And politics are found within every system that is around. Today my children, we are going to talk about how the Akaka Bill is a slap in the face of Native Hawaiians and other descendants of subjects of the Kingdom.

Now Senator Akaka may have done some great things in his life. And I am sure that he thinks that with the Akaka Bill he is doing something right for the people of Hawaii. Accepting this Bill though, my people, would be taking a step in the wrong direction. Recent efforts by researches have shown that Hawaii never gave up it's sovereignty. Taking a Quasi-Sovereignty as the Akaka Bill suggests would support the notion that Hawaii no longer has it's sovereignty. Hate to break it to those of you who find this notion dubious: has alot of the recent research preaching a new truth, what is reality and not what is in practice.


Filed under: Posts — SunDub @ 01:15:06 am

Howzit my people. Random Sun has returned for your weekly literary delight. Today we are going to discuss the political situation that plagues the Islands. Now politicians anywhere and everywhere. And politics is found within every system that is around. No today my children, we are going to talk about how the Akaka Bill is a slap in the face of Native Hawaiians and other descendants of the Kingdom.


Interested in Studying

Filed under: Posts — SunDub @ 08:58:26 pm

Aloha all my people. There was a question in the comments about my last blog which asked "What about studies?". The answer to that dear readers: "Well, that depends..." I have held the belief that education is what you make of it. I have seen many intelligent people coast through school and many more who don't even do enough to coast through. More often than not the outcome is not great. I have also seen many people with disadvantages heading into college soar past others with more advantages heading into the same arena. So, sticking with my answer, that depends.
As for the University of Hawaii-Manoa, our party scene is "dull" for some people, who leave because they are in college for parties and that's it. I'd like to think that most of us are here to get a good education and create more opportunity for not only ourselves but others. UHM offers many competitive programs as well as a few duds. Keeping with the overall theme of this blog, the people who do great do so because they go out there and work hard and seek out resources to get the best education possible. Throw in the mastery of social skills that comes from living in a place that Princeton Review rated number 2 for "Dorms like Dungeons" and one will get quite the well-rounded college experience. Until our next meeting, my people... LIVE, LOVE, ALOHA.


Spring '06

Filed under: Posts — SunDub @ 08:46:04 pm

Hello my people. As I am well into the double digits of semesters in both going to school and living on campus. Here's a timeline for all of you college students that is probably fairly accurate.

Check-in. Party scene null and void.
First week of school. Not very serious. Time to go out, find out what's going on for this weekend.
Second weekend. Madness. Parties everywhere. In places where you can and in places where you can't.
Third week. See week two.
Fourth week. Realization of poor performance last semester kicks in... The Super is the last rager, they promise.
Fifth-14th week. Tumbleweeds blazing through...
15th week. "I'm graduating." "I got to take a class over." "I got kicked out." No matter what the motivation, for sure to be something off the hook somewhere.

That's pretty much it. I've seen it change and chill out quite a bit but still it's filled with action, adventure, romance, and you bet whateva you like there will be drama, drama, drama.


Filed under: Posts — SunDub @ 11:44:57 pm

Happy New Year!!!

Howzit? Hope that all of you, my people, are safe and well. I consider myself to be spiritual and not necessarily religious. Last week, I discussed the 100,000 packs per house of fire crackers and sure enough, New Year's Eve was like an old Batman episode, "Pow, Bam, Boom". Well, here's the spiritual part, no longer than two minutes after the fireworks shows were pau(finished), it started to rain and wash away the smokey skies. How eerie is dat one bra? Small kine, eh.

Well, there was no almond champagne, but there was sangria. I suggest having a look at any recipe and see for yourself what you want to do with it. Once it gets nice and chilled it is an excellent drink. Something you can work on all night and then sleep nicely at the end. But don't get all crazy and put anything and everything inside. Find what suits you. And if you find a recipe that says to chop up lemons and throw it in, cancel dat one. Not sweet at all.

Okay, my people, live, love, and aloha in the '06.

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