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Friday, August 26, 2011

"Isn't Life wondeful..!" and p.s. an example of racism ... 'James "Kimo" Rosen' (Shabbat Saturday)

James "Kimo" Rosen and 'Obama Da Dog' are back blogging about their fasvorite social networking site...Read all about FACEBBOOK!

I'm rapidly approaching the magical number of 1,000 friends on my favorite social networking site, "Facebook."

I used to be careful as to how many people befriended me, I kept it to people I actually knew and to people I felt had minimum drama. Then I began examining other people's facebook pages and realized to many it was a game to see how many friends you could accumulate, whether or not you knew them or not.

Facebook makes it easy to be friends, in the upper right of everyone's homepage there are two pictures of people you may know? They are people that are friends of other friend's of yours  and their friend's and there friends, friend's. There's a virtual pyramid of thousand's of potential friend's and when  I am bored I just click, click, click and click some more to see who will be my friend, most people will accept a friend invitation without even knowing you.

 I no longer have the need to go out to bars, restaurants, or social events, I no longer dress In anything but shorts that look like boxer underwear, t-shirts and slippers, or as they call them in Hawaii, (slippa's) I save a ton of money and never need to leave my computer.  Isn't life wonderful! Will you be my friend?

p.s. enclosed are comments printed in today's Kaua'i Garden island news illustrating that racism is alive and well on the Garden Island, aka paradise?

  • http://thegardenisland.com/news/local/article_b5247264-cfbb-11e0-92ac-001cc4c002e0.html?mode=story

  • Ken Taylor - PLEASE go back to Santa Barbra! Kauai doesn't need or really want you here. Take Glenn and Rosa with you. How do you people sleep at night being such trouble making pessimists. I wouldn't doubt if all of you are divorced.

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  • Papa Smurf
    Papa Smurf said on: August 26, 2011, 8:42 am
    Mr. Taylor, if you liked it sooo much in Santa Barbara, why are you here? Go back and enjoy Santa Barbara and its great parks and breathe the wonderful air in California. If you don't like it here, leave. No one is begging you to stay here. Aloha
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  • ZL85vj1
    ZL85vj1 said on: August 26, 2011, 1:44 pm
    Oh, Dickie Chang played the race card--the I'm local and you are not. Common knowledge Dickie doesn't much care for Haoles. We got that one already. Oh, and here we go, again, with the "go home haole" garbage. Just say it folks--you are racists and your comments are driven by your personal hatred for another race. It's not about improving the park or moving forward. Same old muck and mire that prevents Kauai from improving. Nope, by golly, die on that hill and keep things mediocre because you are going to have it your racist way. So, someone happens to refer to another location in the world outside of this location and slam--GO HOME HAOLE! Worn out Why not take some ideas for improvement from other parts of the world? Why tighten your fist when someone mentions something outside of what your short sightedness permits you? Travel, get away and travel. Travel abroad and live in other states or countries. Every place has something to offer that can enhance another location.
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  • Jeepieboy
    Jeepieboy said on: August 26, 2011, 2:52 pm
    Well done Leo - good article. Good that you noted the apalling condition of the bathrooms. I still think this is a bad idea - it's going to become another Nawiliwili. Extra caretakers, extra security, extra police - all from our taxes. The fees collected will not support this extra manpower.
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