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Kind of a superficial study. The island of Niihau, just off of Kauai is far more significant than all the others put together. It has been owned by the Robinson family since before I lived on Lanai about 60 years ago. It has been preserved so that the native hawaiians still speak the original language and keep the s...more
She looks good enough to find a husband without any financial incentive. The money puts too much pressure on the guy to be a good husband. Besides, she would never know whether she was wanted as a wife or a wife for the money. The father should have had enough confidence in his daughter to let her make her own choice...more
Sixty years ago, when I was that age, what kids wore was no big deal. Some girls did not wear tops. No big deal. What is disturbing is the intent of the adults. An example is the reality show of children being dressed up with rediculous make-up; lipstick, eye shadow, dyed hair and provacative manners in children. ...more
What a bunch of crap article. You could twist statistics any way you want. I've seen waitresses who work all night at a truck stop with their kids asleep in one of the seating booths. You could make a good argument that the President of the United States has a more stressful and underpaid job for what he does, but m...more
Why does she need a permanent co-host. Isn't it better to vary the people depending on who is popular at the time and what else is going on? As much as I love Ursula Andress, it would not have been good to have her as the heroine in every James Bond film.
It is probably a good idea to keep trying more people....more
What about a 1934 Ford; a La Salle, a Lincoln Zypher, some of the Porsches, how about about a bazillion customized cars from the thirties through the 1960's, not to mention the early Corvettes. Who needs to pay two million dollars for a new car when there are enterprising people out there customizing their own. The ...more
This is an unavoidable consequence of competition. She will probably be replaced with a young perky woman right out of college with long blonde curly hair, implants like bumpers on a 1958 Cadillac and a short dress highlighted with spotlights from below, and who giggles at everything discussed.
I enjoy beautiful...more
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