it is for sale--in fact, if you buy now, you will get a bargain, for after I re-paint and re-floor, the price will go up) will enjoy these special benefits. Now is the time to buy in Honolulu, for according to Paul Brewbaker:
If history is our guide, even ramping production up like was done in the last cycle will not prevent the 10 to 20 to 30% annual increases.
Professor Mikiyasu Nakayama of the University of Tokyo. Unbeknownst to both of us at that time, he was an associate dean at the Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology perhaps fifteen years ago when I spent my sabbatical there. Anyway, note Diamond Head in the background. That photo of me at the top of this blog site was taken from House Without a Key, which is adjacent to Orchids. Miki is in the department of International Studies and graduate school of Frontier Science at Todai.
He indicated that the future of electricity in Japan was to wheel it in from Russia, and for their country to also be linked with China and South Korea. Hopefully, this electricity would have green origins, and further, would serve as a security advantage in that one country could help the other if more Fukushimas occur, and not necessarily in Japan. Rather than use his present title...
Then I perhaps might have had my final PHA2 sunset meal last evening, with Debbie and Dan Bent (they live on my floor at 2101 Craigside):
I think I barely distinguished something like Kenwood from Sonoma Valley, with the 1990 quite obviously so. I've never before had a chardonnay that old.
So from PHA2 of Craigside, ALOHA.