Dancing and drinking won't mix in Mau...

Dancing and drinking won't mix in Maui's bars - Hawaii News

There are 32 comments on the Honolulu Star-Bulletin story from Apr 21, 2009, titled Dancing and drinking won't mix in Maui's bars - Hawaii News. In it, Honolulu Star-Bulletin reports that:

Maui residents will keep dancing in the streets outside some bars and restaurants, but not from joy.

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RA ewa

Kihei, HI

#22 Aug 23, 2011
Joe Balls wrote:
<quoted text> I lived in Ewa Beach for over 20 years, hot but nice. I moved to Waianae over ten years ago, like it even better. You wouldn't like Ewa Beach now, it's ALL townhouses for the robot-people. All the green is gone, it's solid cement and asphalt. Barber's point is mostly used for ghetto housing the dregs.
Talk to anyone in Real estate and they will tell you that Ewa is much more expensive and less crime riddled than Waianae. The new subdivisions as well as those built 20 years ago are all updated with strip malls for their specific areas. It is a well planned community and as the main arteries are finished will be a great commute to town. I have sold homes in both areas and in all actuality Waianae is a hard sell to most new buyers simply because of the homeless population there and its bigger crime than other areas. Real estate values climb in value in Ewa whereas Waianae at present is floundering badly. Mr. Balls I have seen you posts that Waianae is better than Kailua which is a bunch of BS. If Waianae is all that you can afford then I would suggest that you move and rent instead of throwing your money down the drain.
Tucson

Davison, MI

#23 Aug 23, 2011
Joe Balls wrote:
<quoted text> I lived in Ewa Beach for over 20 years, hot but nice. I moved to Waianae over ten years ago, like it even better. You wouldn't like Ewa Beach now, it's ALL townhouses for the robot-people. All the green is gone, it's solid cement and asphalt. Barber's point is mostly used for ghetto housing the dregs.
and I thought Hawaii never changes. Weary Housing on base was ghetto in 1980, I was on Iroquoi Point, the off base housing. Is Lua Lua Lei Westlock still out there?

Joe Balls

Since: May 11

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#24 Aug 23, 2011
Tucson wrote:
<quoted text> and I thought Hawaii never changes. Weary Housing on base was ghetto in 1980, I was on Iroquoi Point, the off base housing. Is Lua Lua Lei Westlock still out there?
Yes, Westlock ammo dump is still there, but Iroquios Housing was sold to a civilian company and they rent it out as "resort living", lolol. Some of the old barracks are used as homeless shelters and are mini crime-centers. I know people that work in them and they say it's just more non-profit scams. You wouldn't recognize any of the good stuff that was there, the homeless druggies have ruined going to White Plains Beach and anything else that was nice about the base.

Joe Balls

Since: May 11

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#25 Aug 23, 2011
RA ewa wrote:
<quoted text>Talk to anyone in Real estate and they will tell you that Ewa is much more expensive and less crime riddled than Waianae. The new subdivisions as well as those built 20 years ago are all updated with strip malls for their specific areas. It is a well planned community and as the main arteries are finished will be a great commute to town. I have sold homes in both areas and in all actuality Waianae is a hard sell to most new buyers simply because of the homeless population there and its bigger crime than other areas. Real estate values climb in value in Ewa whereas Waianae at present is floundering badly. Mr. Balls I have seen you posts that Waianae is better than Kailua which is a bunch of BS. If Waianae is all that you can afford then I would suggest that you move and rent instead of throwing your money down the drain.
Waianae is more country, that's about it. I lived in Ewa Beach since 1970, still own property there, and KNOW what it's like there. You real estate people aren't happy with an area unless you're receiviving a rent check for it, I'm not like that. You see development as progress, I see wanton destruction, overcrowding, traffic congestion, and degradation of community. The homeless and crime in Waianae situation is created by you, not the people out here. What do you real estate people have against country people anyway? You think we should all be boxed up in your townhouses like sardines and play only in the designated parks at the designated times, closely monitored by your soccer mom associations. Meanwhile, as soon as you make enough money you buy a thousand acre estate and post it, "NO Tresspassing."
Tucson

Davison, MI

#26 Aug 24, 2011
Joe Balls wrote:
<quoted text>Yes, Westlock ammo dump is still there, but Iroquios Housing was sold to a civilian company and they rent it out as "resort living", lolol. Some of the old barracks are used as homeless shelters and are mini crime-centers. I know people that work in them and they say it's just more non-profit scams. You wouldn't recognize any of the good stuff that was there, the homeless druggies have ruined going to White Plains Beach and anything else that was nice about the base.
Iroquois, "resort living?" I can see pulling that off to haoles that don't know better. It's a shame to hear the honeless shelters are crime ridden, there are keikis in those places. White Plains Beach was nice...a great place for shell hunting. I used to like to go to Dillingham Airfield to pick shrooms after it rained all of the time, I liked watching the hang gliders over the mountains at Dillingham. Those were the days :)
Maui - The Prison Island

San Jose, CA

#27 Sep 21, 2011
Dancing and drinking won't mix in Maui's bars -

The only reason Maui "Officials" as the jerks call themselves would attempt to enforce a ban on dancing in Maui Bars and clubs would be to oppress and control the Island people of Maui. There is so little reason to have a law of this type, yet the fact that the corrupt Maui Liquor Commission enforces rules like this is just one more instance of Maui "Officials" (Public Servants) seeking to control and oppress local people. Maui is a hot bed of corruption and oppression and this is just one more example of laws gone out of control. These Fundamental Christians are the biggest problem on Maui. Maui needs the freedom to move around, drink, smoke buds and dance without the BS bureaucracy of Maui attempting to oppress at every corner and angle. This is one more instance of the power struggle for freedom that Maui residents face on a daily basis. Down with the Illegal Occupiers which only seek to control and oppress Old Time Hawaii-Nei. Hawaiian Sovereignty is a MUST!
Patti

United States

#28 Sep 22, 2011
Maui - The Prison Island wrote:
Dancing and drinking won't mix in Maui's bars -
The only reason Maui "Officials" as the jerks call themselves would attempt to enforce a ban on dancing in Maui Bars and clubs would be to oppress and control the Island people of Maui. There is so little reason to have a law of this type, yet the fact that the corrupt Maui Liquor Commission enforces rules like this is just one more instance of Maui "Officials" (Public Servants) seeking to control and oppress local people. Maui is a hot bed of corruption and oppression and this is just one more example of laws gone out of control. These Fundamental Christians are the biggest problem on Maui. Maui needs the freedom to move around, drink, smoke buds and dance without the BS bureaucracy of Maui attempting to oppress at every corner and angle. This is one more instance of the power struggle for freedom that Maui residents face on a daily basis. Down with the Illegal Occupiers which only seek to control and oppress Old Time Hawaii-Nei. Hawaiian Sovereignty is a MUST!
I agree. Dancing is a great thing for Humans, especially Hawaiians. We gotta get our groove on to forget life's troubles and to celebrate the good times. Banning dancing is crazy. King David danced.
Isadora Dunkin

United States

#29 Sep 22, 2011
Dancing in bars is an inalienable human right! Phark those azzwypes in Maui that want to regulate our very vowel movements.
Maui Local

San Jose, CA

#30 Sep 22, 2011
Maui - The Prison Island wrote:
Dancing and drinking won't mix in Maui's bars -
The only reason Maui "Officials" as the jerks call themselves would attempt to enforce a ban on dancing in Maui Bars and clubs would be to oppress and control the Island people of Maui. There is so little reason to have a law of this type, yet the fact that the corrupt Maui Liquor Commission enforces rules like this is just one more instance of Maui "Officials" (Public Servants) seeking to control and oppress local people. Maui is a hot bed of corruption and oppression and this is just one more example of laws gone out of control. These Fundamental Christians are the biggest problem on Maui. Maui needs the freedom to move around, drink, smoke buds and dance without the BS bureaucracy of Maui attempting to oppress at every corner and angle. This is one more instance of the power struggle for freedom that Maui residents face on a daily basis. Down with the Illegal Occupiers which only seek to control and oppress Old Time Hawaii-Nei. Hawaiian Sovereignty is a MUST!
Maui is a prison Island, with corrupt cops, corrupt realtors, corrupt attorneys, corrupt judges and now corrupt liqour control. Time to give Hawaii Back to the Hawaiians, the white folks have screwed up the Aloha. Remember the Missionaries were the first people to outlaw the Hula...... coincidence??
Neil is a midget

Kaneohe, HI

#31 Sep 22, 2011
Maui Local wrote:
<quoted text>
Maui is a prison Island, with corrupt cops, corrupt realtors, corrupt attorneys, corrupt judges and now corrupt liqour control. Time to give Hawaii Back to the Hawaiians, the white folks have screwed up the Aloha. Remember the Missionaries were the first people to outlaw the Hula...... coincidence??
Shouldn't you be mad at Abercrombie?
Travelocity Gnome

United States

#32 Sep 22, 2011
Lucky you live Hawaii
Dwain Sawh

Newfield, NY

#33 Sep 26, 2011
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