We've all heard civil defense sirens from World War II movies. Air raids triggered alarms nightly. I had just boarded an early E bus when Honolulu's warning system fired. The screeching was deafening. Sound bounced between massive concrete and glass structures. Scary, creepy ... apocalyptic. No can. Not our style. #CaneLane is coming. Governor Ige … Continue reading At 4PM HST the sirens went off
Hey Guy Hagi, why you always gotta stand in front of #CaneLane? Why you gotta tell me the swells is coming? Me I don't see nothin' ... Sitting in front of my computer screen wondering why? Why Guy Hagi? Hurricane Warning for O'ahu 8.22 at 5p HST Me? I'm in Honolulu on the south shore. … Continue reading Why Guy Hagi gotta stand in front of CaneLane?
Coconut wireless and corporate media stay consumed by approaching Hurricane Lane, which I dub #CaneLane. Winds shifted tonight. Normal gentle offshore breezes turned inward — with authority. The chop of the small, but growing, onslaught of wind waves warns something ferocious lies behind. To my longtime BFF, I wrote: #CaneLane will be insane! Here come … Continue reading Three Days til CaneLane … front row
Millions of people in the U.S. and around the world were shocked and saddened last week by the news celebrity chef Anthony Bourdain took his own life. I have no insight about the personal or career challenges he faced, but it was obvious he was a compassionate and caring human being. Are empathetic people who … Continue reading My only regret in life is caring
Once every four years ... the world comes together to celebrate, sing, dance samba and revel around The Beautiful Game. Some computer models predict Tite's Seleção from Brasil (blue) will carry the cup home, which would be the nation's sixth title in 21 appearances. Other predictive models suggest Germany (red) will prevail. This could be an … Continue reading World Cup 2018 Futbol Kicks Off
America is undergoing intense social change at this time. In part, this transformation is driven by what social scientists call "relative morality." What does this mean? Think of slavery. All of us accept this is wrong today. Yet in 1787, when this nation formed, slavery was legal. It took a terrible war in 1860 to … Continue reading From Starbucks to Wellbridge Sports & Wellness men are treated like Pond Scum
LA Times writer, Jaweed Kaleem, is a thoughtful author who focuses on trends of race and ethnicity that shape our evolving understanding of what it means to be American. Regarding a previous article of his, I pointed out the hypocrisy of the radical Left for calling to remove historical statues from America that possibly offend Native … Continue reading Church calls on Americans to NEVER call the police