Gotta Love It

October 8th, 2015

Dis was going to be saved for a FGF post but seeing how I've been so consumed at work needed a quick little pick me up.

I'll be da first one to say dat dis song has been waaaaaay ovah played but it's always fun to see it like dis.......

Now you'd be surprised by how many people were so critical about dis on a popular sporting website as if da world's life depended on it and I couldn't fathom why. One response in particular:

"How is this funny or cute? These kids have been prepped to play football at some level yet as soon as a song comes on they lose control and disregard anything happening on the football field not to mention the fans and I would imagine some parents cheering for it. This is the same mentality we see at least weekly on the news but with higher consequences."

Wassup Wit Dat!

Geez, these are Pee Wee players that'll take a potty break during a game and dis is most definitely just a practice which any experienced football player would be able to distinguish quickly (choke adults standing all around without ref's would kinda give dat away).

Dis is da very reason "innocence" is lost from da game - playing for da love and having fun doing it is robbed wen at dis age it's all about "fun". Granted, dancing during a live play is not really "football" but it surah looked like a lot of fun to me. :grin:

Anyways, stand up now. I know you want to do it.........

Now watch me whip
Now watch me nae nae
Now watch me whip whip
Watch me nae nae


October 5th, 2015

If you haven't heard or read by now, homelessness in Hawai'i nei is straight up pupule!

And we all have varying ideas - and comments - of how it should be handled going as far as "eradication" to literally building them homes to live in..... for free.

Well, you and I will be paying for it but heck, we've been paying for things we don't even know wat da heck we've been paying for approved by our legislature's so wat's da difference?

Now because of da blowup population around Kapalama Canal and da "homeless sweeps", businesses have screamed for help in controlling it and it was handled pretty quick.

How you ask?

By doing wat da City (not surah if da State was involved) does best; create 'roadblocks' and frustrate da crap out of people. :lol:

They went ahead and built a chain-linked fence around Kapalama Canal and while dat may be fine and dandy, how da heck do you build it...... BLOCKING A FIRE HYDRANT?

Wassup Wit Dat!

Seriously? No one thought dat was wrong? No one could even see dat being 'visually' out of place?

Now I'm just taking a blind somewat educated stab at da whole building process but I would assume there must have been some architect dat drew up da plans marking water, gas, fuel lines etc. A boss to approve those plans. Someone in da City Council to approve those plans dat was approved by da architect firm. Someone at da permitting office to view, inspect and approve those approved plans dat was approved by those who want to build it. Da construction crew to view those plans, inspect da groundwork and layout and begin. Da people digging da holes to place da fence posts along with da people who put up da actual chain link and last but not least, da people who approved da whole project to give final inspection and approval which I would assume would be everyone mentioned above.

So you telling me - and I'm just guessing hea - dat between literally da two, three, four dozen people dat reviewed da plans, da actual building of da project and da final inspection dat NO ONE saw dat something was visually amiss between photo shoots and da media circus?

C'mon, are we as 'civilized' people dat ignorant? I am a soldier of work but if something is blatantly 'wrong' I most certainly do speak up and if there's a possibility of something going wrong, I will at da very least inquire as I recite an old carpenter's proverb: measure twice, cut once.

And looking at da pics online (haven't visited Kapalama Canal recently): how da heck are da landscapers dat da City hires able to cut da weeds if there's no access?

And guess who's going to end up paying for all da mistakes?

It certainly won't be da homeless..... they're too busy laughing their okole's off

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How Da Heck?

September 23rd, 2015

Notice anything?

Still don't see it? (working my incognito tailing skills)

How about now?

Tell me, how da heck is a full fledged adult dog - without any "assistance" badging, vest or indicator - able to stroll right into an establishment dat sells food?

Wassup Wit Dat!

Now I can see if dat person just strolled in without someone checking but dis is Sam's Club wea EVERYONE is "ID'd" before entering so someone had to have seen dat labradoodle and if not at da entrance you can't tell me dat zero employees didn't notice dat.

I'd really like to have brought my pit (God bless her soul) to Sam's (anywea for da mattah) but we all know all heck would have broke loose with some people fleeing as if they just seen a shark while swimming just from da sight of her. Would I have even been able to pass da entrance? I can't imagine why not. :roll:

So why was dis labradoodle able to roam around - loosely leashed - so freely and on "sample day"? Wat if I had a leashed rat? Or a leashed mongoose? Or a leashed pig?

Please explain it to me like I'm a gecko.

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Stubborn Okole

September 21st, 2015

As a parent, one of da hardest things to swallow is da fact dat wen your keiki asks you something, you aren't able to deliver. It's not like a too expensive thing or something not even within reach like taking them to see their favorite cartoon character in real life - both which are possible but maybe not at da time.

Then there are da times wen they ask you something dat you definitely know you can't do, don't have any means to do it nor da resources so das da times you feel helpless and quite literally, like $h!*.

Last weekend Da Ohana went to a friend's baby's first luau and of course, our rugrats had ants in their pants once they pau eat and had to squirm around, touch anything within reach and check out everything they could see.

Not being da kine parents who just hand their keiki's a tablet to occupy their time, I 'escorted' Da Baby as he ran amok. *** Personally, I'm surprised at how many parents default to tablets and phones wen out at a 'party' (EVERY single table had 'em out propped up watching a video or playing a video game) but das for anoddah blog ***

As we were in da covered courtyard, Da Baby saw a balloon dat got away from a chair and of course as a baby/toddler, he wanted it and started da whine/cry thing once I muttered his favorite word, "No".

If anyone has tried to reason with a recently turned two year old knows, a parent doesn't win dat battle especially wen it was already past his nap time. I gotta say though, even with his mind all loopy, he had da sense to say, "shoulders please Daddy" to which of course I obliged. He then followed up with "jump please".

I then told a passing friend who was witnessing it all, "of all da things to ask yeah? I got a two foot nothing sitting on da shoulders of a five foot nothing with a two-inch vertical jump trying to get a balloon das about twenty feet high".

Wassup Wit Dat!

Da Baby was all disappointed and at dat moment, as tired as I was, kinda felt bad dat I couldn't deliver. Then he started whining again - which I'm 'training' him (Korean style) not to do - and put him down and in my stern Korean voice, "ok, then YOU go get it you stubborn little....."

Aftah staring at it for wat seemed like an eternity to him - and being da stubborn lil' Korean boy dat he is - he figgah'd he could jump and get it himself.

Ha ha ha! I don't say it too often but it was one of da cutest things to witness. I won't deny dat he has a bettah vertical jump than me but his stubborn lil' okole had to learn da hard way jus' like Daddy.

Das why hard. :grin:

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oHIo State

September 12th, 2015

Wow, how's our 'Bows hanging tough with da numbah one team in da country today yeah?

And da retro uni's - would have thought they would buss 'em out at homecoming but looked decent in da sea of red.

Was out today shmall kine holoholo with Da Ohana at Ward and had a bunch of people wearing green which was pretty cool to see... along with a BUNCH of WWD! moments of course. More to follo.

Geez,nevah thought 'typing' from an 'ancient' tablet circa 2011 would prove to be this difficult and take so long!

Wassup Wit Dat!

Ai-goo. :roll:

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