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October 29, 2006

NaNoWriMo


The kick-off meetup for NaNoWriMo 2006 in Honolulu saw a 50 percent
increase in turnout over previous years! The Zippy's in Pearl City hosted
Tricia Liu (Kapolei), Mitchell Dwyer (Kalihi) and I (Mililani). Good luck,
authors!

Posted by Moblog at 5:06 PM | Comments (0)

NaNoWriMo


The kick-off meetup for NaNoWriMo 2006 in Honolulu saw a 50 percent
increase in turnout over previous years! The Zippy's in Pearl City hosted
Tricia Liu (Kapolei), Mitchell Dwyer (Kalihi) and I (Mililani). Good luck,
authors!

Posted by Moblog at 5:04 PM | Comments (0)

October 28, 2006

Warriors


The University of Hawaii Warriors take on the University of Idaho Vandals
for Homecoming at Aloha Stadium.

Posted by Moblog at 9:16 PM | Comments (0)

Warriors


The University of Hawaii Warriors take on the University of Idaho Vandals
for Homecoming at Aloha Stadium.

Posted by Moblog at 9:12 PM | Comments (0)

Warriors


The University of Hawaii Warriors take on the University of Idaho Vandals
for Homecoming at Aloha Stadium.

Posted by Moblog at 9:10 PM | Comments (0)

Warriors


The University of Hawaii Warriors take on the University of Idaho Vandals
for Homecoming at Aloha Stadium.

Posted by Moblog at 7:21 PM | Comments (0)

Warriors


The University of Hawaii Warriors take on the University of Idaho Vandals
for Homecoming at Aloha Stadium.

Posted by Moblog at 7:18 PM | Comments (0)

Warriors


The University of Hawaii Warriors take on the University of Idaho Vandals
for Homecoming at Aloha Stadium.

Posted by Moblog at 7:15 PM | Comments (0)

Warriors


The University of Hawaii Warriors take on the University of Idaho Vandals
for Homecoming at Aloha Stadium.

Posted by Moblog at 7:13 PM | Comments (0)

Warriors


The University of Hawaii Warriors take on the University of Idaho Vandals
for Homecoming at Aloha Stadium.

Posted by Moblog at 7:06 PM | Comments (0)

October 26, 2006

Browsing


Exploring song suggestions on the new iLike social network during Katie's
soccer practice in Mililani, courtesy unsecured residential Wi-Fi. A very
snazzy service.

Posted by Moblog at 7:15 PM | Comments (0)

October 22, 2006

Flavors of Technology


The Pacific Technology Foundation's "Flavors of Technology" dinner at the
Sheraton Waikiki.

Posted by Moblog at 9:54 PM | Comments (0)

Flavors of Technology


The Pacific Technology Foundation's "Flavors of Technology" dinner at the
Sheraton Waikiki.

Posted by Moblog at 9:52 PM | Comments (0)

Flavors of Techhnology


The Pacific Technology Foundation's "Flavors of Technology" dinner at the
Sheraton Waikiki.

Posted by Moblog at 9:50 PM | Comments (0)

Flavors of Technology


The Pacific Technology Foundation's "Flavors of Technology" dinner at the
Sheraton Waikiki.

Posted by Moblog at 8:56 PM | Comments (0)

Flavors of Technology


The Pacific Technology Foundation's "Flavors of Technology" dinner at the
Sheraton Waikiki.

Posted by Moblog at 8:54 PM | Comments (0)

Flavors of Technology


The Pacific Technology Foundation's "Flavors of Technology" dinner at the
Sheraton Waikiki.

Posted by Moblog at 8:51 PM | Comments (0)

Flavors of Technology


The Pacific Technology Foundation's "Flavors of Technology" dinner at the
Sheraton Waikiki.

Posted by Moblog at 8:49 PM | Comments (0)

Flavors of Technology


The Pacific Technology Foundation's "Flavors of Technology" dinner at the
Sheraton Waikiki.

Posted by Moblog at 8:47 PM | Comments (0)

Flavors of Technology


The Pacific Technology Foundation's "Flavors of Technology" dinner at the
Sheraton Waikiki.

Posted by Moblog at 8:44 PM | Comments (0)

Flavors of Technology


The Pacific Technology Foundation's "Flavors of Technology" dinner at the
Sheraton Waikiki.

Posted by Moblog at 8:42 PM | Comments (0)

Flavors of Technology


The Pacific Technology Foundation's "Flavors of Technology" dinner at the
Sheraton Waikiki.

Posted by Moblog at 8:38 PM | Comments (0)

Flavors of Technology


The Pacific Technology Foundation's "Flavors of Technology" dinner at the
Sheraton Waikiki.

Posted by Moblog at 8:34 PM | Comments (0)

Alex


Alex models the new aloha shirt Nana sewed and sent from Florida, using
fabric she chose at Fabric Mart on Kalakaua during her visit this summer.
He's brighter than the brightest veggie at the Manoa Farmer's Market! Then
again, those colors are natural.

Posted by Moblog at 10:32 AM | Comments (0)

October 21, 2006

Tower


Scavenger shopping in the liquidation of Tower Records. Discounts are down
to 20 percent and still have a long way to go. We haven't bought a CD in a
store for over four years, and with $18.99 price tags, I can see why music
stores are becoming extinct.

Posted by Moblog at 4:38 PM | Comments (0)

Tower


Scavenger shopping in the liquidation of Tower Records. Discounts are down
to 20 percent and still have a long way to go. We haven't bought a CD in a
store for over four years, and with $18.99 price tags, I can see why music
stores are becoming extinct.

Posted by Moblog at 4:36 PM | Comments (0)

Tower


Scavenger shopping in the liquidation of Tower Records. Discounts are down
to 20 percent and still have a long way to go. We haven't bought a CD in a
store for over four years, and with $18.99 price tags, I can see why music
stores are becoming extinct.

Posted by Moblog at 4:34 PM | Comments (0)

Tower


Scavenger shopping in the liquidation of Tower Records. Discounts are down
to 20 percent and still have a long way to go. We haven't bought a CD in a
store for over four years, and with $18.99 price tags, I can see why music
stores are becoming extinct.

Posted by Moblog at 4:31 PM | Comments (0)

Tower


Scavenger shopping in the liquidation of Tower Records. Discounts are down
to 20 percent and still have a long way to go. We haven't bought a CD in a
store for over four years, and with $18.99 price tags, I can see why music
stores are becoming extinct.

Posted by Moblog at 4:28 PM | Comments (0)

Tower


Scavenger shopping in the liquidation of Tower Records. Discounts are down
to 20 percent and still have a long way to go. We haven't bought a CD in a
store for over four years, and with $18.99 price tags, I can see why music
stores are becoming extinct.

Posted by Moblog at 4:26 PM | Comments (0)

Tower


Scavenger shopping in the liquidation of Tower Records. Discounts are down
to 20 percent and still have a long way to go. We haven't bought a CD in a
store for over four years, and with $18.99 price tags, I can see why music
stores are becoming extinct.

Posted by Moblog at 4:24 PM | Comments (0)

Tower


Scavenger shopping in the liquidation of Tower Records. Discounts are down
to 20 percent and still have a long way to go. We haven't bought a CD in a
store for over four years, and with $18.99 price tags, I can see why music
stores are becoming extinct.

Posted by Moblog at 4:23 PM | Comments (0)

HIFF


Attending the "LOST" session at the Hawaii International Film Festival.
Henry Ian Cusick, Michael Emerson, Jorge Garcia, and Jean Higgins.

Posted by Moblog at 3:36 PM | Comments (0)

HIFF


Attending the "LOST" session at the Hawaii International Film Festival.
Henry Ian Cusick, Michael Emerson, Jorge Garcia, and Jean Higgins.

Posted by Moblog at 3:33 PM | Comments (0)

HIFF


Attending the "LOST" session at the Hawaii International Film Festival.
Henry Ian Cusick, Michael Emerson, Jorge Garcia, and Jean Higgins.

Posted by Moblog at 3:29 PM | Comments (0)

HIFF


Attending the "LOST" session at the Hawaii International Film Festival.

Posted by Moblog at 3:27 PM | Comments (0)

October 15, 2006

Blackout


An earthquake and island-wide power outage leaves residents to improvise.
This is not the usual Sunday noontime crowd at Ala Moana Center.

Posted by Moblog at 1:17 PM | Comments (0)

Blackout


An earthquake and island-wide power outage leaves residents to improvise.
This is not the usual Sunday noontime crowd at Ala Moana Center.

Posted by Moblog at 1:10 PM | Comments (0)

Blackout


An earthquake and island-wide power outage leaves residents to improvise.
Not a typical Sunday noontime crowd at Ala Moana Center.

Posted by Moblog at 1:04 PM | Comments (0)

Blackout


An earthquake and island-wide power outage leaves residents to improvise.
Escalators become stairs at Ala Moana Center.

Posted by Moblog at 1:02 PM | Comments (0)

Blackout


An earthquake and island-wide power outage leaves residents to improvise.
Kalakaua Avenue sidewalks are packed as Waikiki hotels empty onto the
streets. Every ABC Store has a line to get in!

Posted by Moblog at 12:21 PM | Comments (0)

Blackout


An earthquake and island-wide power outage leaves residents to improvise.
Kalakaua Avenue sidewalks are packed as Waikiki hotels empty onto the
streets.

Posted by Moblog at 12:19 PM | Comments (0)

Blackout


An earthquake and island-wide power outage leaves residents to improvise.
Grocery shopping in the dark. Manoa residents flood into Safeway at Manoa
Marketplace, as it was among the few places to keep its doors open.

Posted by Moblog at 11:15 AM | Comments (0)

Blackout


An earthquake and island-wide power outage leaves residents to improvise.
Grocery shopping in the dark. Manoa residents flood into Safeway at Manoa
Marketplace, as it was among the few places to keep its doors open.

Posted by Moblog at 11:11 AM | Comments (0)

Blackout


An earthquake and island-wide power outage leaves residents to improvise.
Mail in the dark at the Manoa post office.

Posted by Moblog at 11:06 AM | Comments (0)

Blackout


An earthquake and island-wide power outage leaves residents to improvise.
Don't need power to sell veggies, fortunately. Manoa Marketplace Farmer's
Market.

Posted by Moblog at 10:31 AM | Comments (0)

Blackout


An earthquake and island-wide power outage leaves residents to improvise.
Mass in the dark at Sacred Heart Cathedral in Manoa.

Posted by Moblog at 10:29 AM | Comments (0)

Mass in the Dark


A strong earthquake knocked power out across the island. We drove into town
anyway. Mass is being held in the dark, no amplification, candles and
ambient morning light through the stained glass. It's kind of neat... feels
more real.

Posted by Moblog at 9:08 AM | Comments (1)

October 14, 2006

Farrell's


Farrell's Ice Cream Parlour & Restaurant returns to Hawaii at Windward
Mall. White straw hats and pinstripe vests, burgers and franks and fries
and soups and salads, a drum, siren, and bell for special deliveries, fun
birthday songs, decadent desserts that serve ten ($22.49 for a "Diamond
Head," $42.49 for a "Mauna Kea"), a candy store, and lots and lots of
people and noise. Just as it should be.

Posted by Moblog at 3:07 PM | Comments (0)

Farrell's


Farrell's Ice Cream Parlour & Restaurant returns to Hawaii at Windward
Mall. White straw hats and pinstripe vests, burgers and franks and fries
and soups and salads, a drum, siren, and bell for special deliveries, fun
birthday songs, decadent desserts that serve ten ($22.49 for a "Diamond
Head," $42.49 for a "Mauna Kea"), a candy store, and lots and lots of
people and noise. Just as it should be.

Posted by Moblog at 3:05 PM | Comments (0)

Farrell's


Farrell's Ice Cream Parlour & Restaurant returns to Hawaii at Windward
Mall. White straw hats and pinstripe vests, burgers and franks and fries
and soups and salads, a drum, siren, and bell for special deliveries, fun
birthday songs, decadent desserts that serve ten ($22.49 for a "Diamond
Head," $42.49 for a "Mauna Kea"), a candy store, and lots and lots of
people and noise. Just as it should be.

Posted by Moblog at 3:04 PM | Comments (0)

Farrell's


Farrell's Ice Cream Parlour & Restaurant returns to Hawaii at Windward
Mall. White straw hats and pinstripe vests, burgers and franks and fries
and soups and salads, a drum, siren, and bell for special deliveries, fun
birthday songs, decadent desserts that serve ten ($22.49 for a "Diamond
Head," $42.49 for a "Mauna Kea"), a candy store, and lots and lots of
people and noise. Just as it should be.

Posted by Moblog at 2:55 PM | Comments (0)

Farrell's


Farrell's Ice Cream Parlour & Restaurant returns to Hawaii at Windward
Mall. White straw hats and pinstripe vests, burgers and franks and fries
and soups and salads, a drum, siren, and bell for special deliveries, fun
birthday songs, decadent desserts that serve ten ($22.49 for a "Diamond
Head," $42.49 for a "Mauna Kea"), a candy store, and lots and lots of
people and noise. Just as it should be.

Posted by Moblog at 2:53 PM | Comments (0)

Farrell's


Farrell's Ice Cream Parlour & Restaurant returns to Hawaii at Windward
Mall. White straw hats and pinstripe vests, burgers and franks and fries
and soups and salads, a drum, siren, and bell for special deliveries, fun
birthday songs, decadent desserts that serve ten ($22.49 for a "Diamond
Head," $42.49 for a "Mauna Kea"), a candy store, and lots and lots of
people and noise. Just as it should be.

Posted by Moblog at 2:47 PM | Comments (0)

Farrell's


Farrell's Ice Cream Parlour & Restaurant returns to Hawaii at Windward
Mall. White straw hats and pinstripe vests, burgers and franks and fries
and soups and salads, a drum, siren, and bell for special deliveries, fun
birthday songs, decadent desserts that serve ten ($22.49 for a "Diamond
Head," $42.49 for a "Mauna Kea"), a candy store, and lots and lots of
people and noise. Just as it should be.

Posted by Moblog at 2:46 PM | Comments (0)

Farrell's


Farrell's Ice Cream Parlour & Restaurant returns to Hawaii at Windward
Mall. White straw hats and pinstripe vests, burgers and franks and fries
and soups and salads, a drum, siren, and bell for special deliveries, fun
birthday songs, decadent desserts that serve ten ($22.49 for a "Diamond
Head," $42.49 for a "Mauna Kea"), a candy store, and lots and lots of
people and noise. Just as it should be.

Posted by Moblog at 2:45 PM | Comments (0)

Farrell's


Farrell's Ice Cream Parlour & Restaurant returns to Hawaii at Windward
Mall. White straw hats and pinstripe vests, burgers and franks and fries
and soups and salads, a drum, siren, and bell for special deliveries, fun
birthday songs, decadent desserts that serve ten ($22.49 for a "Diamond
Head," $42.49 for a "Mauna Kea"), a candy store, and lots and lots of
people and noise. Just as it should be.

Posted by Moblog at 2:43 PM | Comments (0)

Farrell's


Farrell's Ice Cream Parlour & Restaurant returns to Hawaii at Windward
Mall. White straw hats and pinstripe vests, burgers and franks and fries
and soups and salads, a drum, siren, and bell for special deliveries, fun
birthday songs, decadent desserts that serve ten ($45 for a "Diamond
Head"), a candy store, and lots and lots of people and noise. Wait time
when we walked up? Two hours.

Posted by Moblog at 2:38 PM | Comments (0)

Farrell's


Farrell's Ice Cream Parlour & Restaurant returns to Hawaii at Windward
Mall. White straw hats and pinstripe vests, burgers and franks and fries
and soups and salads, a drum, siren, and bell for special deliveries, fun
birthday songs, decadent desserts that serve ten ($45 for a "Diamond
Head"), a candy store, and lots and lots of people and noise. Wait time
when we walked up? Two hours.

Posted by Moblog at 2:36 PM | Comments (0)

Farrell's


Farrell's Ice Cream Parlour & Restaurant returns to Hawaii at Windward
Mall. White straw hats and pinstripe vests, burgers and franks and fries
and soups and salads, a drum, siren, and bell for special deliveries, fun
birthday songs, decadent desserts that serve ten ($45 for a "Diamond
Head"), a candy store, and lots and lots of people and noise. Wait time
when we walked up? Two hours.

Posted by Moblog at 2:34 PM | Comments (0)

Farrell's


Farrell's Ice Cream Parlour & Restaurant returns to Hawaii at Windward
Mall. White straw hats and pinstripe vests, burgers and franks and fries
and soups and salads, a drum, siren, and bell for special deliveries, fun
birthday songs, decadent desserts that serve ten ($45 for a "Diamond
Head"), a candy store, and lots and lots of people and noise. Wait time
when we walked up? Two hours.

Posted by Moblog at 2:29 PM | Comments (0)

Farrell's


Farrell's Ice Cream Parlour & Restaurant returns to Hawaii at Windward
Mall. White straw hats and pinstripe vests, burgers and franks and fries
and soups and salads, a drum, siren, and bell for special deliveries, fun
birthday songs, decadent desserts that serve ten ($45 for a "Diamond
Head"), a candy store, and lots and lots of people and noise. Wait time
when we walked up? Two hours.

Posted by Moblog at 2:14 PM | Comments (0)

Farrell's


Farrell's Ice Cream Parlour & Restaurant returns to Hawaii at Windward
Mall. White straw hats and pinstripe vests, burgers and franks and fries
and soups and salads, a drum, siren, and bell for special deliveries, fun
birthday songs, decadent desserts that serve ten ($45 for a "Diamond
Head"), a candy store, and lots and lots of people and noise. Wait time
when we walked up? Two hours.

Posted by Moblog at 2:11 PM | Comments (0)

Farrell's


Farrell's Ice Cream Parlour & Restaurant returns to Hawaii at Windward
Mall. White straw hats and pinstripe vests, burgers and franks and fries
and soups and salads, a drum, siren, and bell for special deliveries, fun
birthday songs, decadent desserts that serve ten ($45 for a "Diamond
Head"), a candy store, and lots and lots of people and noise. Wait time
when we walked up? Two hours.

Posted by Moblog at 2:09 PM | Comments (0)

Farrell's


Farrell's Ice Cream Parlour & Restaurant returns to Hawaii at Windward
Mall. White straw hats and pinstripe vests, burgers and franks and fries
and soups and salads, a drum, siren, and bell for special deliveries, fun
birthday songs, decadent desserts that serve ten ($45 for a "Diamond
Head"), a candy store, and lots and lots of people and noise. Wait time
when we walked up? Two hours.

Posted by Moblog at 2:06 PM | Comments (0)

Unsmushed


Three days and $2,372.04 later (funny how the meticulously itemized
insurance estimate and the actual cost matched to the penny), Jen's van one
again got back.

Posted by Moblog at 11:32 AM | Comments (0)

October 12, 2006

Al-Mart


For all Al's shopping needs.

Posted by Moblog at 9:13 PM | Comments (0)

Lunch


Dad takes his "kid brother" Leslie to lunch at Kincaid's today for his
birthday. He's visiting from Alaska.

Posted by Moblog at 4:33 PM | Comments (0)

October 11, 2006

Smush


We were rear ended a block from our house on Labor Day. The other driver was very nice and the insurance situation was handled relatively quickly. But the earliest we could get the van into the body shop was Monday. She should be all fixed up within a week. Jen will drive my van in the mean time.

Posted by Moblog at 3:30 PM | Comments (0)

October 10, 2006

The Mandarin Cafe


Lunch with Jen, Alex, and Gail (HawaiiDiner.com) at The Mandarin Cafe, a
"Koreanized" Chinese restaurant on Cooke Street (725 Kapiolani Blvd.,
593-1188). We had the sweet sour pork (crunchy and Alex's favorite), za
jang men (wheat noodles in a thick bean paste, a Korean comfort dish Gail
affectionately called "axle grease" and Jen's favorite), Mongolian beef on
long rice, champpong (spicy seafood soup and my favorite), capped off with
a unique glazed apple dessert (that took 20 minutes to make... methinks
someone had to run out to the supermarket for apples!). Delicious. Less
sweet, more spicy takes on Chinese food plus some Korean classics. We'll be
back!

Posted by Moblog at 2:23 PM | Comments (0)

The Mandarin Cafe


Lunch with Jen, Alex, and Gail (HawaiiDiner.com) at The Mandarin Cafe, a
"Koreanized" Chinese restaurant on Cooke Street (725 Kapiolani Blvd.,
593-1188). We had the sweet sour pork (crunchy and Alex's favorite), za
jang men (wheat noodles in a thick bean paste, a Korean comfort dish Gail
affectionately called "axle grease" and Jen's favorite), Mongolian beef on
long rice, champpong (spicy seafood soup and my favorite), capped off with
a unique glazed apple dessert (that took 20 minutes to make... methinks
someone had to run out to the supermarket for apples!). Delicious. Less
sweet, more spicy takes on Chinese food plus some Korean classics. We'll be
back!

Posted by Moblog at 2:22 PM | Comments (0)

The Mandarin Cafe


Lunch with Jen, Alex, and Gail (HawaiiDiner.com) at The Mandarin Cafe, a
"Koreanized" Chinese restaurant on Cooke Street (725 Kapiolani Blvd.,
593-1188). We had the sweet sour pork (crunchy and Alex's favorite), za
jang men (wheat noodles in a thick bean paste, a Korean comfort dish Gail
affectionately called "axle grease" and Jen's favorite), Mongolian beef on
long rice, champpong (spicy seafood soup and my favorite), capped off with
a unique glazed apple dessert (that took 20 minutes to make... methinks
someone had to run out to the supermarket for apples!). Delicious. Less
sweet, more spicy takes on Chinese food plus some Korean classics. We'll be
back!

Posted by Moblog at 2:20 PM | Comments (0)

The Mandarin Cafe


Lunch with Jen, Alex, and Gail (HawaiiDiner.com) at The Mandarin Cafe, a
"Koreanized" Chinese restaurant on Cooke Street (725 Kapiolani Blvd.,
593-1188). We had the sweet sour pork (crunchy and Alex's favorite), za
jang men (wheat noodles in a thick bean paste, a Korean comfort dish Gail
affectionately called "axle grease" and Jen's favorite), Mongolian beef on
long rice, champpong (spicy seafood soup and my favorite), capped off with
a unique glazed apple dessert (that took 20 minutes to make... methinks
someone had to run out to the supermarket for apples!). Delicious. Less
sweet, more spicy takes on Chinese food plus some Korean classics. We'll be
back!

Posted by Moblog at 2:18 PM | Comments (0)

The Mandarin Cafe


Lunch with Jen, Alex, and Gail (HawaiiDiner.com) at The Mandarin Cafe, a
"Koreanized" Chinese restaurant on Cooke Street (725 Kapiolani Blvd.,
593-1188). We had the sweet sour pork (crunchy and Alex's favorite), za
jang men (wheat noodles in a thick bean paste, a Korean comfort dish Gail
affectionately called "axle grease" and Jen's favorite), Mongolian beef on
long rice, champpong (spicy seafood soup and my favorite), capped off with
a unique glazed apple dessert (that took 20 minutes to make... methinks
someone had to run out to the supermarket for apples!). Delicious. Less
sweet, more spicy takes on Chinese food plus some Korean classics. We'll be
back!

Posted by Moblog at 2:17 PM | Comments (0)

The Mandarin Cafe


Lunch with Jen, Alex, and Gail (HawaiiDiner.com) at The Mandarin Cafe, a
"Koreanized" Chinese restaurant on Cooke Street (725 Kapiolani Blvd.,
593-1188). We had the sweet sour pork (crunchy and Alex's favorite), za
jang men (wheat noodles in a thick bean paste, a Korean comfort dish Gail
affectionately called "axle grease" and Jen's favorite), Mongolian beef on
long rice, champpong (spicy seafood soup and my favorite), capped off with
a unique glazed apple dessert (that took 20 minutes to make... methinks
someone had to run out to the supermarket for apples!). Delicious. Less
sweet, more spicy takes on Chinese food plus some Korean classics. We'll be
back!

Posted by Moblog at 2:12 PM | Comments (0)

The Mandarin Cafe


Lunch with Jen, Alex, and Gail (HawaiiDiner.com) at The Mandarin Cafe, a
"Koreanized"Chinese restaurant on Cooke Street (725 Kapiolani Blvd.,
593-1188). We had the sweet sour pork (crunchy and Alex's favorite), za
jang men (wheat noodles in a thick bean paste, a Korean comfort dish Gail
affectionately called "axle grease" and Jen's favorite), Mongolian beef on
long rice, champpong (spicy seafood soup and my favorite), capped off with
a unique glazed apple dessert (that took 20 minutes to make... methinks
someone had to run out to the supermarket for apples!). Delicious. Less
sweet, more spicy takes on Chinese food plus some Korean classics. We'll be
back!

Posted by Moblog at 2:10 PM | Comments (0)

October 9, 2006

(808) 625-9058


Payphone Project: Number (808) 625-9058. Kaiser Permanente Mililani Clinic
(95-1249 Meheula Parkway), inside main entrance. Incoming calls accepted.

Posted by Moblog at 4:30 PM | Comments (0)

(808) 625-9058


Payphone Project: Number (808) 625-9058. Kaiser Permanente Mililani Clinic
(95-1249 Meheula Parkway), inside main entrance. Incoming calls accepted.

Posted by Moblog at 3:59 PM | Comments (0)

(808) 625-9058


Payphone Project: Number (808) 625-9058. Kaiser Permanente Mililani Clinic
(95-1249 Meheula Parkway), inside main entrance. Incoming calls accepted.

Posted by Moblog at 3:58 PM | Comments (0)

October 6, 2006

Donki


Japan's Don Quijote department store chain (a.k.a. Donki) opens its first
stores in the U.S. in Hawaii, taking over Daiei locations (which, of
course, took over Holiday Mart locations in the '80s). The retailer is
known for cluttered, colorful, chaotic stores, and today's grand opening at
Kaheka Street sure lived up to that image. There was live entertainment
(Jake Shimabukuro), great deals, and a huge crowd.

Posted by Moblog at 3:51 PM | Comments (0)

Donki


Japan's Don Quijote department store chain (a.k.a. Donki) opens its first
stores in the U.S. in Hawaii, taking over Daiei locations (which, of
course, took over Holiday Mart locations in the '80s). The retailer is
known for cluttered, colorful, chaotic stores, and today's grand opening at
Kaheka Street sure lived up to that image. There was live entertainment
(Jake Shimabukuro), great deals, and a huge crowd.

Posted by Moblog at 3:41 PM | Comments (0)

Donki


Japan's Don Quijote department store chain (a.k.a. Donki) opens its first
stores in the U.S. in Hawaii, taking over Daiei locations (which, of
course, took over Holiday Mart locations in the '80s). The retailer is
known for cluttered, colorful, chaotic stores, and today's grand opening at
Kaheka Street sure lived up to that image. There was live entertainment
(Jake Shimabukuro), great deals, and a huge crowd.

Posted by Moblog at 3:36 PM | Comments (0)

Donki


Japan's Don Quijote department store chain (a.k.a. Donki) opens its first
stores in the U.S. in Hawaii, taking over Daiei locations (which, of
course, took over Holiday Mart locations in the '80s). The retailer is
known for cluttered, colorful, chaotic stores, and today's grand opening at
Kaheka Street sure lived up to that image. There was live entertainment
(Jake Shimabukuro), great deals, and a huge crowd.

Posted by Moblog at 3:26 PM | Comments (0)

Donki


Japan's Don Quijote department store chain (a.k.a. Donki) opens its first
stores in the U.S. in Hawaii, taking over Daiei locations (which, of
course, took over Holiday Mart locations in the '80s). The retailer is
known for cluttered, colorful, chaotic stores, and today's grand opening at
Kaheka Street sure lived up to that image. There was live entertainment
(Jake Shimabukuro), great deals, and a huge crowd.

Posted by Moblog at 3:24 PM | Comments (0)

Donki


Japan's Don Quijote department store chain (a.k.a. Donki) opens its first
stores in the U.S. in Hawaii, taking over Daiei locations (which, of
course, took over Holiday Mart locations in the '80s). The retailer is
known for cluttered, colorful, chaotic stores, and today's grand opening at
Kaheka Street sure lived up to that image. There was live entertainment
(Jake Shimabukuro), great deals, and a huge crowd.

Posted by Moblog at 3:19 PM | Comments (0)

Donki


Japan's Don Quijote department store chain (a.k.a. Donki) opens its first
stores in the U.S. in Hawaii, taking over Daiei locations (which, of
course, took over Holiday Mart locations in the '80s). The retailer is
known for cluttered, colorful, chaotic stores, and today's grand opening at
Kaheka Street sure lived up to that image. There was live entertainment
(Jake Shimabukuro), great deals, and a huge crowd.

Posted by Moblog at 3:15 PM | Comments (0)

Donki


Japan's Don Quijote department store chain (a.k.a. Donki) opens its first
stores in the U.S. in Hawaii, taking over Daiei locations (which, of
course, took over Holiday Mart locations in the '80s). The retailer is
known for cluttered, colorful, chaotic stores, and today's grand opening at
Kaheka Street sure lived up to that image. There was live entertainment
(Jake Shimabukuro), great deals, and a huge crowd.

Posted by Moblog at 3:12 PM | Comments (0)

Donki


Japan's Don Quijote department store chain (a.k.a. Donki) opens its first
stores in the U.S. in Hawaii, taking over Daiei locations (which, of
course, took over Holiday Mart locations in the '80s). The retailer is
known for cluttered, colorful, chaotic stores, and today's grand opening at
Kaheka Street sure lived up to that image. There was live entertainment
(Jake Shimabukuro), great deals, and a huge crowd.

Posted by Moblog at 3:10 PM | Comments (0)

Donki


Japan's Don Quijote department store chain (a.k.a. Donki) opens its first
stores in the U.S. in Hawaii, taking over Daiei locations (which, of
course, took over Holiday Mart locations in the '80s). The retailer is
known for cluttered, colorful, chaotic stores, and today's grand opening at
Kaheka Street sure lived up to that image. There was live entertainment
(Jake Shimabukuro), great deals, and a huge crowd.

Posted by Moblog at 3:07 PM | Comments (0)

Donki


Japan's Don Quijote department store chain (a.k.a. Donki) opens its first
stores in the U.S. in Hawaii, taking over Daiei locations (which, of
course, took over Holiday Mart locations in the '80s). The retailer is
known for cluttered, colorful, chaotic stores, and today's grand opening at
Kaheka Street sure lived up to that image. There was live entertainment
(Jake Shimabukuro), great deals, and a huge crowd.

Posted by Moblog at 3:05 PM | Comments (0)

Donki


Japan's Don Quijote department store chain (a.k.a. Donki) opens its first
stores in the U.S. in Hawaii, taking over Daiei locations (which, of
course, took over Holiday Mart locations in the '80s). The retailer is
known for cluttered, colorful, chaotic stores, and today's grand opening at
Kaheka Street sure lived up to that image. There was live entertainment
(Jake Shimabukuro), great deals, and a huge crowd.

Posted by Moblog at 3:03 PM | Comments (0)

Donki


Japan's Don Quijote department store chain (a.k.a. Donki) opens its first
stores in the U.S. in Hawaii, taking over Daiei locations (which, of
course, took over Holiday Mart locations in the '80s). The retailer is
known for cluttered, colorful, chaotic stores, and today's grand opening at
Kaheka Street sure lived up to that image. There was live entertainment
(Jake Shimabukuro), great deals, and a huge crowd.

Posted by Moblog at 2:57 PM | Comments (0)

Donki


Japan's Don Quijote department store chain (a.k.a. Donki) opens its first
stores in the U.S. in Hawaii, taking over Daiei locations (which, of
course, took over Holiday Mart locations in the '80s). The retailer is
known for cluttered, colorful, chaotic stores, and today's grand opening at
Kaheka Street sure lived up to that image. There was live entertainment
(Jake Shimabukuro), great deals, and a huge crowd.

Posted by Moblog at 2:54 PM | Comments (0)

Donki


Japan's Don Quijote department store chain (a.k.a. Donki) opens its first
stores in the U.S. in Hawaii, taking over Daiei locations (which, of
course, took over Holiday Mart locations in the '80s). The retailer is
known for cluttered, colorful, chaotic stores, and today's grand opening at
Kaheka Street sure lived up to that image. There was live entertainment
(Jake Shimabukuro), great deals, and a huge crowd.

Posted by Moblog at 2:33 PM | Comments (0)

Donki


Japan's Don Quijote department store chain (a.k.a. Donki) opens its first
stores in the U.S. in Hawaii, taking over Daiei locations (which, of
course, took over Holiday Mart locations in the '80s). The retailer is
known for cluttered, colorful, chaotic stores, and today's grand opening at
Kaheka Street sure lived up to that image. There was live entertainment
(Jake Shimabukuro), great deals, and a huge crowd.

Posted by Moblog at 2:28 PM | Comments (0)

Donki


Japan's Don Quijote department store chain (a.k.a. Donki) opens its first
stores in the U.S. in Hawaii, taking over Daiei locations (which, of
course, took over Holiday Mart locations in the '80s). The retailer is
known for cluttered, colorful, chaotic stores, and today's grand opening at
Kaheka Street sure lived up to that image. There was live entertainment
(Jake Shimabukuro), great deals, and a huge crowd.

Posted by Moblog at 2:26 PM | Comments (0)

Donki


Japan's Don Quijote department store chain (a.k.a. Donki) opens its first
stores in the U.S. in Hawaii, taking over Daiei locations (which, of
course, took over Holiday Mart locations in the '80s). The retailer is
known for cluttered, colorful, chaotic stores, and today's grand opening at
Kaheka Street sure lived up to that image. There was live entertainment
(Jake Shimabukuro), great deals, and a huge crowd.

Posted by Moblog at 2:22 PM | Comments (0)

Donki


Japan's Don Quijote department store chain (a.k.a. Donki) opens its first
stores in the U.S. in Hawaii, taking over Daiei locations (which, of
course, took over Holiday Mart locations in the '80s). The retailer is
known for cluttered, colorful, chaotic stores, and today's grand opening at
Kaheka Street sure lived up to that image. There was live entertainment
(Jake Shimabukuro), great deals, and a huge crowd.

Posted by Moblog at 2:20 PM | Comments (0)

Donki


Japan's Don Quijote department store chain (a.k.a. Donki) opens its first
stores in the U.S. in Hawaii, taking over Daiei locations (which, of
course, took over Holiday Mart locations in the '80s). The retailer is
known for cluttered, colorful, chaotic stores, and today's grand opening at
Kaheka Street sure lived up to that image. There was live entertainment
(Jake Shimabukuro), great deals, and a huge crowd.

Posted by Moblog at 2:17 PM | Comments (0)

Donki


Japan's Don Quijote department store chain (a.k.a. Donki) opens its first
stores in the U.S. in Hawaii, taking over Daiei locations (which, of
course, took over Holiday Mart locations in the '80s). The retailer is
known for cluttered, colorful, chaotic stores, and today's grand opening at
Kaheka Street sure lived up to that image. There was live entertainment
(Jake Shimabukuro), great deals, and a huge crowd.

Posted by Moblog at 2:15 PM | Comments (0)

Donki


Japan's Don Quijote department store chain (a.k.a. Donki) opens its first
stores in the U.S. in Hawaii, taking over Daiei locations (which, of
course, took over Holiday Mart locations in the '80s). The retailer is
known for cluttered, colorful, chaotic stores, and today's grand opening at
Kaheka Street sure lived up to that image. There was live entertainment
(Jake Shimabukuro), great deals, and a huge crowd.

Posted by Moblog at 2:13 PM | Comments (0)

Donki


Japan's Don Quijote department store chain (a.k.a. Donki) opens its first
stores in the U.S. in Hawaii, taking over Daiei locations (which, of
course, took over Holiday Mart locations in the '80s). The retailer is
known for cluttered, colorful, chaotic stores, and today's grand opening at
Kaheka Street sure lived up to that image. There was live entertainment
(Jake Shimabukuro), great deals, and a huge crowd.

Posted by Moblog at 2:11 PM | Comments (0)

October 4, 2006

Office


From the quintessential "Dilbert" clipping to the red Swingline stapler,
the more things change the more they stay the same.

Posted by Moblog at 5:15 PM | Comments (0)

October 2, 2006

Lost


Season Three premiere sneak preview at Sunset at the Beach in Waikiki. I
made up some T-shirts for the local "LOST" fan club.

Posted by Moblog at 1:43 PM | Comments (0)

Lost


Season Three premiere sneak preview at Sunset at the Beach in Waikiki. I
made up some T-shirts for the local "LOST" fan club.

Posted by Moblog at 1:40 PM | Comments (0)