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Saturday, December 22, 2007



And all hell broke loose. At least for the first four hours anyway. I only made it OGG once, from central Kihei. After 11p, it slowed down to a regular Friday night. Most of the tourists that did go out, didn't last much past 11p. Adjusting to the time difference.

Our operation did get some sore muscles last night, from lack of use. The new guys didn't know that it would be that busy (They Ain't Seen Nuthin' Yet). The after 9p driver/dispatcher has developed some lazy habits and they bit him in the ass. He used to be able to talk on the phone and monitor the radio, like I do, but he's lost that talent. I sure hope he finds it again.

11 fares / 130 miles / 4th quarter $100 bracket

Do you have On-Star in your vehicle.

Is your cell phone still an analog model, rather than digital?

In the USA, the major cell carriers will discontinue analog service on February 18, 2008.

Follow-up on The Storm of 2007:
"On Maui alone officials now say there was a total of $1.2 million in damage when 25 inches of rain fell in three days causing massive mudslides and major damage."
If you should happen to be able to make it by on Christmas Eve, I'll have lots of cartoons and funny stories to lighten your stress level a bit.





Over The Limit?
Please don't drink and drive

"Let's all be careful out there!"