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Ace Ikeda

Chowchilla, CA

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#3559
Dec 29, 2012
 
Roller world was the best . Great friends like Tom , Danny , Eddie , kip , Keith , Dwayne and I playing roller hockey . Our team got to go to nationals in little rock . Beautiful girl skaters like Lisa , Rowena , Cheryl , Lori and Beth . It was the best of times .
a friend

Henderson, NV

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#3560
Dec 29, 2012
 
shaughpe wrote:
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Does anyone know what happened to Lace??
Lace now lives in Las Vegas but has homes in both places and cares for her elderly mother when in Honolulu. She is a wonderful woman who never passes up the chance to help others. She is a shining example of how to embrace life.
Tim

Waterbury, CT

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#3561
Dec 31, 2012
 
Ala Moana 1978 - The Christmas puppet show twice a day on the stage. The Continental cafeteria style restaurant where one side was Chinese, the other side American food. Patty's Chinese restaurant. Outside across from KFC was Whitmore's Ribs and the local favorite Evergreen restaurant

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#3562
Dec 31, 2012
 
Tim wrote:
Ala Moana 1978 Patty's Chinese restaurant.
The Shoyu Chicken at Patty's was the best I ever ate for some reason. Something (extra sugar?) made it taste so good. My girlfriend used to go their just to get it for me. Barney's Drive in by the airport (still there) was second best for Shoyu Chicken.
mauibuilt2013

Waipahu, HI

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#3563
Jan 1, 2013
 
Kamipulu wrote:
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Don't forget Skyslide at Gibson's in Mapunapuna now Servco Auto Honolulu
oh yes my mom made those beer can yarn hats & Caps and she still have them too!

Since: Apr 12

San Francisco, CA

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#3564
Jan 1, 2013
 
Joe Balls wrote:
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The Shoyu Chicken at Patty's was the best I ever ate for some reason. Something (extra sugar?) made it taste so good. My girlfriend used to go their just to get it for me. Barney's Drive in by the airport (still there) was second best for Shoyu Chicken.
Patty's! first time I've ever had frozen peas and carrots in fried rice (now it's common)
My step father (Viet Nam vet) told me that is a southeast asian way of making it.
SURE WAS GOOD!
Barney's? is that the place famous for the teri pork sandwiches?
I remember them (in my swine eating days) being fabulous!

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#3565
Jan 1, 2013
 
VAIETE wrote:
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Patty's! first time I've ever had frozen peas and carrots in fried rice (now it's common)
My step father (Viet Nam vet) told me that is a southeast asian way of making it.
SURE WAS GOOD!
Barney's? is that the place famous for the teri pork sandwiches?
I remember them (in my swine eating days) being fabulous!
V
LOL, I made a mistake. It's BYRON'S by the airport with the Shoyu Chicken. I was thinking of Barney's in Ewa Beach(Gone now). Barney's is now a Shiros.
shavonne c

United States

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#3566
Jan 7, 2013
 
I lived in Honolulu from 1970 to 1977. My lfe was very much a part of glades. Had many sisters & close friends. If anyone remember me, please contact me. Luana lucky,frank,sharon,dana,paula, lanei abraxous,serina and any one else that might renombre me.
Aloha shavonne

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#3567
Jan 7, 2013
 
shavonne c wrote:
I lived in Honolulu from 1970 to 1977. My lfe was very much a part of glades. Had many sisters & close friends. If anyone remember me, please contact me. Luana lucky,frank,sharon,dana,paula, lanei abraxous,serina and any one else that might renombre me.
Aloha shavonne
My wife still has her GLADES button!
Deb Mason-Crowder

Frisco, TX

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#3568
Jan 12, 2013
 
nubi wrote:
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Wasn't there a Lani Moo song? Lani Moo, Lani Moo, queen of Meadow Gold (to the tune of Jingle Bells), but I forgot the rest.
OMG!!! Yes, there was!! I remember that too! Those were good times- being an army brat at Ft. Shafter in the 70's!

Since: Apr 12

San Francisco, CA

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#3570
Jan 22, 2013
 
Deb Mason-Crowder wrote:
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OMG!!! Yes, there was!! I remember that too! Those were good times- being an army brat at Ft. Shafter in the 70's!
Hi Deb!

I spent some sleepovers on Shafter ('75-'76)
Did you know the Reid family?
Allen, Michael, Susan and their cool dog Otto.
I saw Jaws, The Trial Of Billy Jack, The Hindenburg and more at
the Ft. Shafter theatre.
If you were there then; we probably ate some of the same popcorn.
You had one of the best libraries on the island there,
The sport section was phenomenal!
I was "recruited" to play football for the Shafter Condors right in the bowling alley
one night.
But I was too short to play the position I wanted, which was fullback, I wanted to be like Larry Csonka, you know OLD TIME FOOTBALL!
Frank Lewis, one of my schoolmates, was the star of that team.

Cheers
V

Since: Apr 12

San Francisco, CA

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#3571
Jan 22, 2013
 
Joe Balls wrote:
<quoted text>LOL, I made a mistake. It's BYRON'S by the airport with the Shoyu Chicken. I was thinking of Barney's in Ewa Beach(Gone now). Barney's is now a Shiros.
Byron's that was the place.
I just now searched to make sure!
and I'm about to cry...it's closing February twenty eighth and later to be be torn down.

IN-F NG-CREDIBLE!

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#3572
Jan 22, 2013
 
VAIETE wrote:
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Byron's that was the place.
I just now searched to make sure!
and I'm about to cry...it's closing February twenty eighth and later to be be torn down.
IN-F NG-CREDIBLE!
Damn, a friend of mine's mother cooked there for over thirty years and I didn't even know it until after she retired. Old Hawaii is fading fast, be prepared to become a ghetto suburb of Los Angeles.

Since: Apr 12

San Francisco, CA

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#3573
Jan 23, 2013
 
" Old Hawaii is fading fast"
Same same!
In the Hitchcock classic Vertigo (1958)
the film's "heavy" says "Scotty, the things the that spell San Francisco to me;
are quickly fading"
YOU AIN'T NEVER LIED!
Right after this weekends N.F.C. championship game, in "my" neighbourhood,
the ancestral home of the Forty Niners, other than myself, I DIDN'T SEE
ONE PERSON wearing a cap, jersey, sweatshirt or t shirt.
Plenty of people out and about, but no visible natives, nor facsimiles.
I was in a taxi which covered about ten blocks of the area.
It wasn't until we were near the Mission district that it began to appear normal;
lot'sa Niners gear, and fans honking their horns, and whooping it up!
Used to be during all those past N.F.C. title games, you didn't even have to
watch the game, you just had to open your window, and could tell by the
cheering (or moans and groans) what was going on in the game...no more.
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Gabe

Honolulu, HI

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#3574
Jan 23, 2013
 
Don't you feel that you're living in a world that is now populated primarily by tourists?
Gabe

Kailua, HI

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#3575
Jan 26, 2013
 
I never got sunburned as a kid the way I do now.

Haven't the tv weather newspeople stopped reporting the UV index?

Is there a reason for that?

Since: Apr 12

San Francisco, CA

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#3576
Jan 28, 2013
 
Gabe wrote:
Don't you feel that you're living in a world that is now populated primarily by tourists?
YEA! shows that our ancestors, recent or otherwise, had exquisite taste when choosing a place to
live, LIVE not itinerantly transmute.

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#3577
Jan 28, 2013
 
Gabe wrote:
I never got sunburned as a kid the way I do now.
Haven't the tv weather newspeople stopped reporting the UV index?
Is there a reason for that?
They don't report radiation levels from Fukushima either. Only tourist-friendly news allowed. Same way they don't report casualties list from Obama's wars.

Since: Apr 12

San Francisco, CA

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#3578
Jan 29, 2013
 
Joe Balls wrote:
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They don't report radiation levels from Fukushima either. Only tourist-friendly news allowed. Same way they don't report casualties list from Obama's wars.
Your Homeboy IS indefensible on escalating these illegal wars.
But let me ask you something;
After 9/11 were you one of the many in the cheering section hoping for a pound of flesh
and lower gas prices?...at who's expense?

I didn't vote for any the remaining candidates in the 2008 General election
because they all hinted at exactly that; escalation.

I'll attempt to tie in to this thread;
In 1975 some of the refugees from that tragedy called "Viet Nam" started attending Aliamanu.
I can't imagine what that must have been like, leaving your relatives, friends and culture behind,
and being essentially an exile.

And all those killings and maimings on both sides for nothing,,,not a damned thing.

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Gabe

Kailua, HI

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#3579
Jan 30, 2013
 
Joe Balls wrote:
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They don't report radiation levels from Fukushima either. Only tourist-friendly news allowed...
Do we need to check to see if our sushi glows in the dark?:

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/01/23/fuku...

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