Tuesday, March 22
It's just a quickie - I have so much footage, but wanted to do at least one quick Drive-Thru.
Shooting while driving (before it became 'illegal' is a bit of a challenge. Also the fact of window glare, the fact that the glass has a green cast to it, and then there's the metal dividers that hold the roof of your vehicle up. Wishing for a convertible -
Here it is and here for photographs
Saturday, March 19
Thursday, March 11
Got a pocket Canon SX200 the other day. Had fun experimenting with the video mode and iMovie for processing.
Monday, February 8
The other day a friend and I discovered Licious Dishes after seeing Avatar in 3D at the Dole Imax Theater, and WOW - I want MORE raw foods! YES, raw food preparation lessons are available from Sylvia Thompson.
Wednesday, February 3
The Clinical Experiences of Frederick R. Klenner, M.D.,
abbreviated, sumarized and annotated by
Lendon H. Smith, M.D.
abbreviated, sumarized and annotated by
Lendon H. Smith, M.D.
After Frederick Klenner died in 1984, his friend (and mine), Arthur Rybeck, a nutritionally-oriented dentist practicing in Wheeling, West Virginia, asked if I would be interested in going over the 27 papers Klenner had written from the early 1940’s to the early 1970’s. The whole idea would be to let the world know how thoughtful and careful a researcher he was, and to encourage others to continue his work. If a compendium of Vitamin C (and other nutritional) therapy could be compiled from the published work of Dr. Klenner, maybe we could get more traditional medicine-oriented doctors to use his methods for the relief of sickness and suffering.
Standard doctors tend to believe studies and reports if published, but tend to disbelieve hearsay stories about treatments that patients have read in a “health” newsletter.
I have used Dr. Klenner’s methods on hundreds of patients. He is right. It helps almost every condition and situation, and my failures were due to inadequate amounts.
The timing of such a paper might be most appropriate. Doctors are suffering from low public esteem because they are perceived to be money-grubbing and mistake-laden. This would be a scientifically documented - from the medical literature - therapy for a variety of conditions: cardiovascular, allergies, infections, malabsorption, (see index), and even AIDS, for which prescription drugs may be hazardous. Now the doctors can say, “We have a safe, reasonably natural way of treating your condition that is fairly cheap. We might just keep you out of the hospital.”
That last part might make the insurance carriers perk up their ears. The patients might dash back to the doctors’ offices because the word is getting out that doctors are helping people without side effects. Notice also, the dates on these articles and references - these things were known decades ago.
Take this booklet to your M.D. and suggest that he read about these documented studies. Take Dr. E. Cheraskin’s “Vitamin C Connection” along for further documentation. If your doctor doesn’t know, how can he help you?
Wednesday, January 27
Tuesday, December 29
“This is a victory for health freedom, common sense, and US constitutional entitlements. I am very proud of our Council who put public safety ahead of special interests.”
"On Wednesday, the Hawaii County Council approved by a 7-1 vote a resolution introduced by Puna Councilwoman Emily Naeole-Beason urging Hawaii's state legislators and congressional delegation to "amend vaccine laws to include the right of medical, religious, and philosophical exemption from any vaccination program." Chairman J Yoshimoto cast the only "nay" vote, with Ka'u Councilman Guy Enriques absent.continue reading
The resolution states "there is insufficient scientific evidence proving that vaccines are safe or effective, therefore it is not in the best interest of public health to recommend vaccinations without exemption." - Hawaii Tribune Herald
Monday, December 28
Wednesday, December 23
Monday, December 21
Tuesday, December 15
Sunday, December 13
The planned bypass around Lani's Beach alone will take around 7 years for the EIS to be completed, then funds will have to be raised! That's just one tiny area that needs attention.
Of course if the surf washes out the road in that area, things would move along alot faster.
Perhaps Drum Road should be available to NS residents - not just the military.
watch the video
Saturday, December 12
Thursday, December 10
Tuesday, December 8
The Quiksilver in Memory of Eddie Aikau,
fueled by Monster Energy,
gathers the most skillful and dynamic big-wave surfers from around the globe.
It is the world's longest running and most prestigious big-wave invitational
and is the only one sanctioned by the Association of Surfing Professionals (ASP),
the governing body of professional surfing.
Because The Eddie requires waves at least 20 feet in size during the annual one-month holding period, The Eddie had only run seven times in its 24-year history.
The crowd is packed on the beach and also along the highway, where they are four- to six-people deep. Some attendees brought tents and spent the night in the area or slept in truckbeds.
thanks to Quiksilver
Monday, December 7
Huge waves - the ocean is mostly whitewater. The waves are breaking on the outer reefs at heights I've not seen in the 6 years I've lived on Sunset Point. Photos soon
Wednesday, December 2
Saturday, November 14
Friday, November 13
Written with great compassion about an admirable young woman, I hope everyone will have an opportunity to read this book.
Wednesday, November 11
~ The Chumash were created from a seed planted by the Earth Goddess on Santa Cruz Island.
The people prospered until there were too many of them for Santa Cruz Island so the Earth Goddess decided that some of the people would have to move off the island to the mainland where there was plenty of space.In order to get the people to the mainland, the Earth Goddess created a bridge out of a rainbow. She made a very large rainbow that stretched from the highest peaks of Santa Cruz Island to Mainland Shore.
The Earth Goddess told the people to cross the rainbow bridge, but to not look down. Most of the Chumash made it across the bridge safely but some did not. The ones who looked down at the fog shrouded waters of the Pacific became dizzy and fell into the ocean. The Earth Goddess felt badly that these people had fallen so she turned them into Dolphins.
That's why the Chumash always say the Dolphins are their brothers.
Tuesday, November 10
Monday, November 9
. . . so I pour a glass of orange juice this morning, go to take a sip, and a gecko falls off the ceiling and INTO my glass! shoulda taken a photo - but it was too early in the am and I didn't want the little guy to drown . . . .
last week - maybe the same gecko jumped onto my head while standing in the same spot. I've now come to the conclusion that geckos use us as jumping posts to the ground. . . . but this time . . . kerplop!
I'm thinking its plan was to jump on my head, but at that moment, I bent my head to drink the orange juice and whoops, it landed in an unintended place.
~ this was probably the 5th time a gecko has landed on my head, so . . .