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Posted: Thursday, December 30, 2010 11:00 pm | Updated: 12:48 pm, Mon Oct 15, 2012.

Resolutions and contributions

As we bid farewell to the year 2010, the new dawn of the first day of 2011 should begin with the promise to actually “do a good deed daily.”

Consider the following possibilities:

1. A random of act of kindness to help someone in need or distress.

2. Kokua someone, from keiki to kupuna, and especially those who are lonely and forlorn.

3. Start a garden and tend to it daily.

4. Donate what you can — like something that’s still in good condition that can be used and appreciated by someone else, or a dollar here and a dollar there (or whatever you can afford) to a charitable organization.

5. Volunteer your time and talent to a worthy cause of your choice.

6. Become involved in activities and programs in your community that merit your interest and attention. Stop sitting on the sidelines, merely complaining about “what’s wrong!”

Some of these things might overlap, but that’s alright. Take the time to establish connectivity in your circle of family and friends. Let that genuine compassion for one another be the basis of warmth and comfort in your lives.

Who knows? “Living aloha” may become a way of life for all humankind all over the world if we start with ourselves.

Jose Bulatao, Jr., Kekaha

Helping hands for foster children

On behalf of the Department of Human Services, I want to thank everyone who improved the lives of foster children over the holidays, including our resource families who provide safe and loving homes.

On O‘ahu, Family Programs Hawai‘i and Honolulu Rotary Club sponsored a party for foster children and their resource families that drew 2,000 people.

On Maui, the Marriott Hotel donated boogie boards and other recreational gear for resource families with teenagers.

On Kaua‘i, hundreds of foster kids received gifts from generous donors such as Hanalei Bay Rotary Club, Susan Miura, Louis Soltren, K-Mart, local police officers, Kaua‘i High School staff members, Avon, the Retired Teachers Association and the Salvation Army.

And in West Hawai‘i, Volunteer Guardian Ad Litem Franz Weber donated many gifts for newer foster children whose names could not be submitted in time for the annual Toys for Tots campaign.

These are just a few examples of how our communities brightened the holidays for Hawai‘i’s foster children. Everyone’s contributions are greatly appreciated.

Patricia McManaman, Interim Human Services Director

Thanks from Abercrombie camp

It was a beautiful day for a peaceful gathering at a place recently known for its high controversy and historic reverence. The significance of the closure of the Hawai‘i islands’ ceremonies for our new governor was apt with humble ho’okupu at Hikina akala heiau and pa’ina on the shores of Wailua within Lydgate park.

There was a healthy and happy crowd that gathered to experience a ceremony at Hikina Akala heiau (minus the sacrifice). Ancient protocol for this particular area demands high respect and integrity. We all saw that day the fiber of many and can clearly see the reasons why Kaua‘i is what it is today and what it can be.

We graciously thank Gov. Neil Abercrombie and Lt. Gov. Brian Schatz for making Kaua‘i top off the state celebration and allowing this humble servant to be a part in setting the stage for Kaua‘i and his new administration. Please forgive us if we forgot to mention someone but may God bless each and every one of you that supported this event and our new governor and lt. governor. You are important to us. We truly appreciate your kokua and mana’o, Kaua‘i. Aloha nui. Deep mahalos to the many participants.

To all Kanaka Maoli representatives and groups that attended, Mr. Francis Mission Jr. from DLNR for all his aloha and enforcers, Jimbo Alalem (caretaker of Hikina akala heiau and other wailua sacred sites) and na koa, Police Chief Perry, Officer Kaleo Perez, Officer Ale Quibilan, and Kaua‘i’s finest: Thank you all for your collaborative efforts in helping to make this celebratory memorable. Great blessings of peace, prosperity, and wisdom in this season of holidays and enlightenment to everyone.

To all the participants and guests that came to partake and show aloha to our new governor, I commend each of you for reflecting the real Kaua‘i mana that touched Neil Abercrombie and Brian Schatz hearts. I humbly thank you from the bottom of my pu’uwai. Our governor listens and cares. This I have experienced. Ho‘omalu i Kaua‘i. He will not soon forget Kaua‘i. It is the dawn of the new day. Iesu pu apau.

Rhoda Makanani Libre, Kaua‘i Programs and Events Director for Neil Abercrombie

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43 comments:

  • Bullwinkle J Moose posted at 9:01 am on Sat, Jan 1, 2011.

    Bullwinkle J Moose Posts: 46

    [quote]RGGJR said: "Happy New Year everyone!! ;) back at ya MANOWARR btw I jug your tea party quip... I laughed so hard!"[/quote]

    ...........Alcohol happens..........

    ... btw I Dug your tea party quip...

     
  • RGGJR posted at 1:21 am on Sat, Jan 1, 2011.

    RGGJR Posts: 1076

    Happy New Year everyone!! ;) back at ya MANOWARR btw I jug your tea party quip... I laughed so hard!

     
  • payback posted at 11:16 pm on Fri, Dec 31, 2010.

    payback Posts: 1705

    AWESOME!!! I just got back from Kalaheo123’s rock concert! You can catch a replay of it at the Island Calendar comments section.

    Don’t be late!

     
  • claire posted at 9:50 pm on Fri, Dec 31, 2010.

    claire Posts: 218

    HAPPY NEW YEAR! May each and everyone one of you and your loved ones have a wonderful 2011.

     
  • mymanao posted at 8:41 pm on Fri, Dec 31, 2010.

    mymanao Posts: 1

    Rhoda Libre "Kaua`i Programs & Event Director" for Gov Abercrombie is a paranoid christian fanatic who knows boo about Wailua both past - ancient, recent and present. She says, "There was a healthy and happy crowd that gathered to experience a ceremony at Hikina Akala heiau (minus the sacrifice)" Westside girl needs to do her homework. Hikinaakala was and still is a place of healing, rejuvenation and life! Had she had the respect and courage to join the gov and others who participated in the ceremonies overlooking the heiau, she would have been enlightened by the wisdom and knowledge of the master kumus who graciously officiated the very moving and meaningful ceremony that day. She thanks the self-proclaimed"heiau caretaker" Jimbo Alalem who is a few cans short of his 6pack. He's on ho`ike all the time, w/his angry racist comments. Dude's not even Hawaiian! He even took it upon himself to block people from entering the gathering! Kapulu! Shame!

     
  • wheeulz posted at 7:40 pm on Fri, Dec 31, 2010.

    wheeulz Posts: 2420


    I'm getting worried about your physical safety, sirmore.
    You guys are suggesting Massive corruption in the prosecuting attorney's office ... and you have dropped enough info about yourself that someone determined to find you out could probably do so.

    I hope you guys have your backs covered.

     
  • Ann posted at 7:06 pm on Fri, Dec 31, 2010.

    Ann Posts: 111

    Hope everyone in the forum has an awesome New Years Eve! I'm praying everyone is safe in their travels tonight. God Bless all of you who want His blessings. Aloha until next year.

     
  • sirmoreplease posted at 5:51 pm on Fri, Dec 31, 2010.

    sirmoreplease Posts: 130

    wheeulz (4:40)

    The charges that are most pertinent to our concerns were already dropped...

    V.Hilario, quite the ARTFULL DODGER, and the PICKPOCKET GANG have been wreaking havoc in our community since they were practically sperm.

    Their SAFFRON HILL is burning.... the sinister deeds of their Judicial handlers bob in the punch bowl...



     
  • kalaheo123 posted at 4:46 pm on Fri, Dec 31, 2010.

    kalaheo123 Posts: 1052

    YA !!! PAYBACK !!!

    WAY TO GO !!! THIS IS THE BEST ONE YET !!!


    HAHAHAHAHHAHAH

    I Have decided that since the fireworks are going to keep me awake tonight that I am going to have a rock concert on the Island Calendar for LTE forum today..... For all you non-pyro rockers .... hahahahhahahahha

    Welcome back Pete ... I never been to the PI

     
  • wheeulz posted at 4:40 pm on Fri, Dec 31, 2010.

    wheeulz Posts: 2420

    Just to make sure I understand the concern here ...

    Are you implying that the PA will use her history with the accused murderer's grandmother to actually get the homicide charge against the accused dropped?

    You can't really be thinking this could happen ... can you?

     
  • onegeaeme posted at 3:49 pm on Fri, Dec 31, 2010.

    onegeaeme Posts: 5745

    I apologize to all of you I love for being so dam sassy but every time I think of what those few nasty Mokihana ladies (?) and BB & Do**alee put me through when I came in here it rankles. Well tomorrow is a New Year. Please send them all my love JUNIORJG but make sure they get the message. tee hee She who laughs last. Peace and love and joy to all Bettejo

     
  • payback posted at 3:38 pm on Fri, Dec 31, 2010.

    payback Posts: 1705

    Sung to the tune of “Godzilla”
    by Blue Oyster Cult\

    With the stench of corruption that cannot be stopped
    She’ll get those felony charges dropped
    Helpless workers on the PA’s case all scream “Look out!”
    When she pops in on them
    She picks up a brief and she throws it back down
    If friends or relatives names can’t be found
    Ms. Shaylene

    Oh no, she knows Hilario
    Go go Ms. Shaylene
    Oh no, here comes Rapozo
    Go go Ms Shaylene

    (lead guitar)

    Oh no, she knows Hilario
    Go go Ms. Shaylene
    Oh no, here comes Rapozo
    Go go Ms Shaylene

    History shows again and again
    How we’re just stuck with nepotism

    History shows again and again
    How we’re just stuck with nepotism

    History shows again and again
    How we’re just stuck with nepotism

     
  • skip hipps posted at 3:30 pm on Fri, Dec 31, 2010.

    skip hipps Posts: 2

    Thanks from Abercrombie camp

    A few days after the Gov.'s visit, I wrote a letter to the editor asking why TGI choose not to cover the story. They alsochoose not to print the letter. Does anyone else find it strange that our "News Paper of Record” failed to cover this historic event?
    I also find it interesting that Rhoda Makanani Libre found it necessary include the term “(minus the sacrifice)”. Obviously she has little if any knowledge of the original purpose of Hikina Akala heiau. I’m originally from the South, and down there, we would refer to her as an “Uncle Tom.” Since the term “Uncle” in Hawaii is one of respect, I’m at a loss as to what to say, other than I sincerely hope that Gov. Abercrombie chooses more qualified people for his staff in the future.

     
  • onegeaeme posted at 3:08 pm on Fri, Dec 31, 2010.

    onegeaeme Posts: 5745

    More Manila connection. All true. I was named one of Manila's Best Dressed women when I was 27. My first riding instructor, General Cress, at Mills, was known as the Tiger of Luzon. A total pussycat. His daughter, Cornelia Van Ness Cress- how's that for name dropping-was a holy terror, but an excellent teacher. We used to ride together through the campus.I'm an octogenarian not a geriatric. i look absolutely adorable in my new blue sweats. Ari is doing fine. Eating grass. Got a bath. Grumpy drivers up & down the road today. Where are they going? They drive like they think someone is going to turn the road off. I always smile & wave. Ask anyone. My kids attended the American School for awhile, then I sent them to Jose Abad Santos. My youngest daughter spoke Visayan before she spoke English. Anything else you'd like to know? Tell the Mokihana ladies I met Joyce Anglemyer at Macy's couple of days ago. Was happy to see me. Missed me at the Christmas do. I was always star of the show. Bejo

     
  • RGGJR posted at 1:33 pm on Fri, Dec 31, 2010.

    RGGJR Posts: 1076

    So if Bettejo runs for office and gets elected she'll be a 3 time professional liar!

    Kimo- Should be the Campaign Manager for Bettejo.

    Come on Bettejo.... AVATAR up and show these "Geriatric" Posters how to do it while you're still young.

     
  • onegeaeme posted at 11:50 am on Fri, Dec 31, 2010.

    onegeaeme Posts: 5745

    I lived in PI, too. On Fisher Avenue for awhile. Member of the Manila Yacht Club. We sailed in the Dragon fleet. Twenty nine of them. Twenty nine languages spoken here. Sigh. I was foredeck man. I could swear in fourteen. Member of the Polo club. Taught riding. May still be an honorary member of the Yacht Club. Acted at the Army Navy Club. Best American theater in the Far East. Lived for six months in a suite in the Manila Hotel.Traveled. Zamboanga. Fun. Was shipwrecked on Corregidor. Lived in a compound on the Pasig. Carmelence Villa in Santa Anna. The Thai Ambassador lived next door. Carmen Malencio, General Aguinaldo's daughter owned it. A drunk. She took a shot at Quezon. Hit him in the a**, I think. We got there just before Magsysay (sp) was killed. Knew the creepy Marcos'. Imelda. What a farce. My husband was President of the Alliance Insurance Company. Peace and love and joy to the world Bettejo

     
  • Studier posted at 11:38 am on Fri, Dec 31, 2010.

    Studier Posts: 1654

    Pete 9:58: Thanks. Sounds very bad.

     
  • Studier posted at 11:37 am on Fri, Dec 31, 2010.

    Studier Posts: 1654

    wheelz 9:43: Thanks.

    Ann 9:52: sounds like sirmore is the one to ask re: gardening but you might not want to get seeds from him! (depending of course on your personal views & practices).

     
  • Ann posted at 11:27 am on Fri, Dec 31, 2010.

    Ann Posts: 111

    sirmorepleas, Thanks for the suggestion; I will look into sprouting. Billyjoebob, I have the same problem with bugs in my yard (a lot of gnats). I have tried a few pest killers but then I'm afraid to eat the food.

     
  • PeteAntonson posted at 11:15 am on Fri, Dec 31, 2010.

    PeteAntonson Posts: 2464

    payback,
    The way you get around that (and the traffic) now in PI is that McDonalds, KFC, Jollibee, etc., deliver to your house (even in the Provinces).
    When are we gonna get that?

     
  • billyjoebob posted at 10:53 am on Fri, Dec 31, 2010.

    billyjoebob Posts: 1278

    @9:52
    Ann.
    I too failed at container gardening.
    Tried very hard for a long time.
    Different soils, various sun.
    It would do fair, but didn't seem worth it.
    I think the bugs were the cause.

     
  • payback posted at 10:42 am on Fri, Dec 31, 2010.

    payback Posts: 1705

    Welcome back, Pete! As much as I love and miss my friends in the PI’s I don’t miss being in a country where every McDonald’s needs two armed guards to protect their customers.

     
  • onegeaeme posted at 10:38 am on Fri, Dec 31, 2010.

    onegeaeme Posts: 5745

    NUMI: Actually I think the three professions are: Acting, Novel Writing & Politics. Acting? What could be a bigger 'lie' than to be someone else for two hours on stage or weeks at a time in a film? Novel writing is, of course, all lies; but both these professions use lies in a constructive way. I qualify for the first two. Politicians, by definition, cannot tell the truth, but we need them. Government are necessary & democracy works. Brave Mike Gavel did come close. I would hope this year you delvers, interpreters & studiers of those three books, the New, the Old & the Qur'an would accept this: under cover of those three books, & with the consent of your gods, you can commit any & all of the worst atrocities known to man. Once you accept that-it's the truth-perhaps you will then question if it's worth the sale of your souls. Loved your posts, PETE. Too true. Human beings can do good deeds without selling their souls. Beautiful letters today. Peace & love & joy to all mankind. Bettejo

     
  • mdmann posted at 10:36 am on Fri, Dec 31, 2010.

    mdmann Posts: 985

    [quote]In case no one else noticed, Pat Robertson on Tuesday declared his support for the repeal of all marijuana laws.[/quote]


    And then CBN quickly issued a "backtrack" statement basically saying that what he is really after is a switch to "faith-based rehabilitation," because so much money has been lost on this "war." Cha-ching! I smell a financial opportunity for faith-based groups.

    This is the same man who claimed gays were the cause of Katrina's devastation to New Orleans.

    The is the same man who agreed with Jerry Falwell, that gays were the cause of the September 11 attacks.

    This is the same man that called for the assassination of foreign leaders.

    This is the same man who advised his viewers back in the early 70s to invest in "strategic metals" like titanium because we would be spending billions of dollars on warplanes at some point.

    Everything that comes out of Pat Robertson's mouth should be treated as highly suspect, and most likely self-serving in some fashion.

    IMHO.

     
  • sirmoreplease posted at 10:07 am on Fri, Dec 31, 2010.

    sirmoreplease Posts: 130

    [quote]Ann said: "Like your suggestions Bulatao, Anybody have suggestions how to turn my thumb green. I would love to find a good resource on container gardening since we cannot have a garden in our yard (condo restriction). So far, I've only been successful with a few herbs (mint, basil, parsley, oregano and thyme). Love cilantro and can't seem to keep it alive. Only have direct sun some of the day."[/quote]


    Ann: Have you ever tried "Sprout Gardening"? Sprouting is remarkable; all you need are the seeds and water:)

    Here are the some choices of each type:
    Best seeds: alfalfa, clover.
    Best beans: mung, lentil, garbanzo.
    Best nuts: almonds, filberts (hazelnuts).
    Best grains: wheat berries, rye.

    Remember to grow enough to trade with your neighbors...you will get all veggies you want that way!

     
  • PeteAntonson posted at 9:58 am on Fri, Dec 31, 2010.

    PeteAntonson Posts: 2464

    Studier,
    The 117 member Catholic Bishops Conference is a De Facto branch of the Philippine Government.

     
  • Ann posted at 9:52 am on Fri, Dec 31, 2010.

    Ann Posts: 111

    Like your suggestions Bulatao, Anybody have suggestions how to turn my thumb green. I would love to find a good resource on container gardening since we cannot have a garden in our yard (condo restriction). So far, I've only been successful with a few herbs (mint, basil, parsley, oregano and thyme). Love cilantro and can't seem to keep it alive. Only have direct sun some of the day.

     
  • hieronymus posted at 9:48 am on Fri, Dec 31, 2010.

    hieronymus Posts: 117

    So when Niel Abercrombie sells his taxi cab...watch out!
    Stay out of the mosks, buddhist temples, synagogue etc...you will get lied to. "eat that pork, eat that ham, laugh till you choke on Billy Graham."

    Cumbaya, it's ok to have an abortion but not ok to let a shier water fly into a light. Should we not protect all life? It seems to me that its not just religious people or religions that have contradictions. Take Mr. Bulatao's advice and stop pointing fingers. Change what you can to help others and accept what you can't change. Pray or not it's up to you.
    Happy New Year Infidels.

     
  • wheeulz posted at 9:43 am on Fri, Dec 31, 2010.

    wheeulz Posts: 2420


    Studier 9:26:

    Emerald tossed out Robertson's name at 7:22, so I thought I'd point out that he has finally said something which, IMO, redeems him a bit.

     
  • wheeulz posted at 9:40 am on Fri, Dec 31, 2010.

    wheeulz Posts: 2420

    9:08 am:
    Thanks for the reminder, Pete, and Happy New Year!

    -----------------

    The trouble with you and me, my friend
    Is the trouble with this nation:
    Too many blessings
    Too little appreciation.

    -- Don Henley, "My Thanksgiving"

     
  • sirmoreplease posted at 9:28 am on Fri, Dec 31, 2010.

    sirmoreplease Posts: 130

    RGGJR (8:55am): LOL... although well fed, they are threatening a hunger strike if I enact the Sugar ban that Studier is recommending....


    Studier: We are making "sugar roses" for cupcakes today...sugar ban is flailing here..will try harder


    Wheeulz (8:30am): Times are a-changin aren't they? Our newest Cannabis crop is thriving in this, the second of Hawaii's mini outdoor flowering season. We are going to call our newest strain: 'Pat Robertson Passion'... and then cross it with some 'Afgani Kush'...should be interesting, I'll keep you posted:)

     
  • Studier posted at 9:26 am on Fri, Dec 31, 2010.

    Studier Posts: 1654

    Pete: Can you elaborate on the "separation" issue & impact a bit?

    wheelz 830: is this just a news flash, related to other discussions or to the preacher comment, or am I missing something. The pot topic is interesting with the recent joining of sirmoreplease.

     
  • Happy Accident posted at 9:18 am on Fri, Dec 31, 2010.

    Happy Accident Posts: 473

    Let’s see if Abercrombie will do more than Lingle did to solve the traffic issues on Kauai’s State highways. Or will it just be a lot of the customary feel good, self-aggrandizing, do-nothing rhetoric. Only time will tell. But the one thing that’s for sure is that the majority of the populace in these islands will have no one else to blame their problems on but themselves.

     
  • PeteAntonson posted at 9:08 am on Fri, Dec 31, 2010.

    PeteAntonson Posts: 2464

    It took me all night to fly home from Manila after 10 days in a rural Northern Province of the Philippines. It was plenty of time to reflect on the perspectives gained.
    If you wish to single out a place where traffic affects every daily decision you make, where corruption pervasively affects every judicial action or political act, and where the separation of Church and State issues seriously impact everyone, then you would not single out Kauai; or the United States.
    Hawaiian Airlines will now take you to that place for 60% off the usual price.
    Our place never looked better to me. In our place, rather than pervasive, these aspects are the outliers. They are the exception; not the rule. The result is a splendid platform for opportunity and deserved success.
    In the other place, there can be no way out, or perhaps only one difficult and sacrificing way out, of domestic violence, poverty, and the rest of the index of misery.
    Here, we are blessed...and should appreciate it more.


     
  • wheeulz posted at 8:58 am on Fri, Dec 31, 2010.

    wheeulz Posts: 2420


    Kimo, where the he!! are you?

    You're not going to let Rickylake run you out of town just like that ... are you?

     
  • RGGJR posted at 8:55 am on Fri, Dec 31, 2010.

    RGGJR Posts: 1076

    Sirmoreplease if those are you kids in the pictures (not!). They always look hungry!

     
  • sirmoreplease posted at 8:34 am on Fri, Dec 31, 2010.

    sirmoreplease Posts: 130

    Thanks for that letter, Mr.Bulatao :)

    This year, my family will definitely be expanding our household garden.

    The amount of money we save is almost as rewarding as the nutrition we put on the table.....that said, the best part has to be all of the memories that are made and teaching opportunities we discover...and the sharing with neighbors...

    If you have kids, and have not started your household garden, I highly recommend taking the opportunity to do so:)

     
  • wheeulz posted at 8:30 am on Fri, Dec 31, 2010.

    wheeulz Posts: 2420


    In case no one else noticed, Pat Robertson on Tuesday declared his support for the repeal of all marijuana laws.

     
  • dmorel posted at 7:25 am on Fri, Dec 31, 2010.

    dmorel Posts: 1096

    Very lovely letter Mr. Bulatao. I like what you write.

    Good morning Bettejo! How are you, and how is your pony who went to sleep last night with a sore tummy. I hope your horse is feeling much better.

    Have a wonderful New Year!

    ***HAVE A SAFE AND HAPPY NEW YEAR, EVERYONE!***

    If needed during the holiday celebrations, please remember the "care cab."

     
  • Emerald posted at 7:22 am on Fri, Dec 31, 2010.

    Emerald Posts: 1037

    Response to numilalocal55 at 6:30 am:
    So I’m guessing that if Pat Robertson decides to sell his old car, you’re not in the market?

    Response to Onegeaeme at 3:38 am:
    Yes, Bettejo, that is an “ungodly” hour, but so glad to hear that ARI is doing better, and hopin’ you are too!

     
  • Regular Guy Giving Just Retorts posted at 6:45 am on Fri, Dec 31, 2010.

    Regular Guy Giving Just Retorts Posts: 941

    numilalocal55 must have a lawyer as a relative.

     
  • numilalocal55 posted at 6:30 am on Fri, Dec 31, 2010.

    numilalocal55 Posts: 286

    In response to Bettyjo, three lying professions are politicians, preachers and used car salespeople.

    The ultimate armageddon: the AIDS virus vs. the cockaroach. The cockaroach will the hand's down winner.

    I hope the new governor can defy his odds and do something - anything - that we'll be grateful for. But what can you expect from a New York city taxi driver?

    Me? I'm going surfing.

     
  • onegeaeme posted at 3:38 am on Fri, Dec 31, 2010.

    onegeaeme Posts: 5745

    TO ALL: It's 3:34 AM. a most-excuse the expresion-ungodly hour of the day. ARI is in better shape than I am. Here's a New Year's question you can answer, if you can. Don't think you can look it up in the wiki thing, you'll have to reason it through. What three professions make the best liars? Peace and love and joy to all. Have a Happy New Year Bettejo

     

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