Hawaii Civil Rights Commission CHEATS Local Family: 20793 & EEOC 37B-2019-0026

Hawaiian Electric hired me as a contract IT professional in August 2018. My team loved me and the company offered me a permanent position February 2019. We have a perfect fit. On February 20th, IT Security called to congratulate me on being officially accepted. Our family and friends celebrated our hard work and good fortune. … Continue reading Hawaii Civil Rights Commission CHEATS Local Family: 20793 & EEOC 37B-2019-0026

Hawai’i Hits Second Wave of Covid19

UPDATE 7.13.20: The Governor and Lt Governor proposed allowing pre-flight C19 testing, which I opposed immediately. The tests are highly unreliable as I documented here. Last Thursday (7.9), Honolulu Mayor Kirk Caldwell expressed doubt about the plan, saying he no longer believed it was “safe for everyone.” U.S. Rep. Tulsi Gabbard, D-Hawaii, and members of the Hawaii County … Continue reading Hawai’i Hits Second Wave of Covid19

Aloha Friday: Have We Become a Nation of Sissies?

Uproar on social and national media: safety issues, school openings, wearing face masks -- all now have become political fodder. Gender drives much of this divide. A woman commented on one of my posts. Jody Peterson: I've been a wreck thinking about what to do.....Especially with a new baby in September. It's terrifying...working is bad … Continue reading Aloha Friday: Have We Become a Nation of Sissies?

COVID19 Infections in Discovery Bay Waikiki

UPDATE 7.10.20: Notified last evening this was a hoax. Thanks to Cherry Pascal, Executive Producer, KITV4 Island News, for researching this. Occupants are strange people. Who punks their neighbors like this? Consider this a type of terroristic threatening. We're consider legal action. Lt. Governor Josh Green, who I affectionally refer to as Dr Jekyll Green, … Continue reading COVID19 Infections in Discovery Bay Waikiki

Hawaiian Electric CEO Connie Lau Does Not Respect the ‘Aina

Some claim local girl and Hawaiian Electric CEO & President Constance Hee Lau is remarkable. Certainly believe she's an excellent banker. She's done a decent job with American Savings. Yet Hawai'i has plenty banks. She also directs our primary energy supplier in the islands. I sounded the alarm about poor management a year ago. ValueAct … Continue reading Hawaiian Electric CEO Connie Lau Does Not Respect the ‘Aina

Hawaiians Do Not Understand America’s 4th of July

As our young people tear down statues, call the nation racist, we must ask ourselves how it's possible they have such a dismal and distorted understanding of U.S., Hawaiian and world history. Certainly don't blame teachers or the school system. I know what goes on. Students are more interested in texting each other and finding … Continue reading Hawaiians Do Not Understand America’s 4th of July

CEO Connie Lau Racism Triggers Colin Kaepernick Style Blacklisting

Yesterday, I described my history suffering Institutional Racism at Hawaiian Electric. Today I'll provide a detailed summary and timeline showing how Hawaiian Electric management appears to have interfered and blacklisted/blackballed employment opportunities for me at HDS, Hawaiian Dental Services. There are thousands of residents and mainland contractors employed by the state's primary energy provider. Employees … Continue reading CEO Connie Lau Racism Triggers Colin Kaepernick Style Blacklisting

Racist Connie Lau Policies, Colin Kaepernick and Me

In August 2017, NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick (CK) took a knee in protest during the pre-game national anthem. He told media after the game, "I am not going to stand up to show pride in a flag for a country that oppresses Black people and people of color." His action triggered other protests and ignited … Continue reading Racist Connie Lau Policies, Colin Kaepernick and Me

COVID Positive Hawaii Bus Driver May Not Have Worn Face Mask

A Honolulu bus operator, who tested positive for COVID-19, continued to drive buses for about a week with symptoms before being tested Friday, StarAd writer Rob Shikina reported. The operator drove at least one route a day Monday through Friday out of the Pearl City division. Routes driven by the infected operator last week [updated]: … Continue reading COVID Positive Hawaii Bus Driver May Not Have Worn Face Mask

African Americans and COVID19

David Harrison, writing in Wall Street Journal (6.28.20), reminded us Black people are more than 3.5 times at risk to die of COVID19 than White people. In part because Black Americans are more likely than White citizens to use public transportation, less likely to work in occupations where they can telecommute, and as a group … Continue reading African Americans and COVID19