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Wednesday, February 25, 2015


As physically handicapped that I am now I still get around and plenty on the Internet. I am gradually getting some help and my dream remains to see one of my best blogs go independent. I reserve the "junk" blogs for me. Patience.

"When a well packaged web of untruths has been sold to the masses over generations,
truth may seem preposterous and the writer of truth, a raving lunatic."

Jason Wulf of Swing Maui used to come closer than any other communication from Maui for the reader/dancers of this blog. But of course, most people are used to flyers and that kind of communication. This is not a Web site, this is a blog site and I would like to make it Social Media if I can. It will take time.

We are beginning to exchange views on the Island of Oahu and many good blogs with many good points. I would like to see it spread to the Neighbor Islands. We, the Social Dancers of Hawaii have needed that, to make the proper decisions that will benefit all of us.

Many are picking up on the "comfortable" basic for the American Rumba that is neither Arthur Murray or Fred Astaire. Also many are picking up on the "Bronze" division (beginners) that should have at least 30 basic movements that would allow most people to dance well with that limitation.

You wanna get good, go into the Silver division with another good 30 basic movements and you have it made in the shade. The Gold could be strictly for exhibition and competition dancers. There is plenty room there. There are close to 700 documented steps (patterns) in Salsa alone for an example.

"You Are The Sun, Hawaii" by Loyal Garner

Foreign Signs translated - almost to the English:

In a Budapest Zoo; Please do not feed the animals. If you have suitable food, give it to guard on duty.

On a menu in Swiss Restaurant; Our wines leave you nothing to hope for.

In an East African newspaper; A new swimming pool is rapidly taking shape since the contractors have thrown in the bulk of their workers.

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