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Thaila Kaikana
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The Defense Department, long in the vanguard in dealing with climate change, may see its latest plan defunded.
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Bubs has been a huge beneficiary of this program - a GREAT place to empower girls and young women to give them a voice and a venue to share their truth, passion, inspiration and imagination. Please help support Hawaii Women In Filmmaking summer camps. Thank you!
Support our Summer Reel Camps for Girls by donating or sharing today!!! Since 2012, our Summer Reel Camps for Girls have worked towards redressing gender ineq...
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Interesting findings - makes sense
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I know this is #Random but if you have time and are in an interactive mood play with this #GoogleDoodle  :-)  #GoodTimes Help Beethoven arrange his masterpieces in today’s #GoogleDoodle
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Having a Google+ profile is no longer needed for other Google services such as YouTube.
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stoopid buggers alienated a huge part of their following
with all the idiotic must-do's
now they're backing outta this
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I truly find behavioral economics fascinating and if I ever had the chance to go back to school or make a career change. Interesting how companies use the behavior data from consumers.
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This week we feature Keith Chen, a behavioral economist at UCLA and the head of economic research at Uber. Keith explains why surge pricing makes us nuts and discusses our weird economic choices.
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Wanna be happy? 
What keeps us happy and healthy as we go through life? If you think it's fame and money, you're not alone – but, according to psychiatrist Robert Waldinger, you're mistaken. As the director of 75-year-old study on adult development, Waldinger has unprecedented access to data on true happiness and satisfaction. In this talk, he shares three important lessons learned from the study as well as some practical, old-as-the-hills wisdom on how to build ...
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Such a cool site...you can actually zoom in to the colored dots and see people's real memories and also create your own...what a great awareness campaign. 
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Ready for a paradox shift???? Ready to challenge some long-held beliefs???? At the very least, would you like to entertain a new possibility for a new perspective of things?
What really causes addiction — to everything from cocaine to smart-phones? And how can we overcome it? Johann Hari has seen our current methods fail firsthand, as he has watched loved ones struggle to manage their addictions. He started to wonder why we treat addicts the way we do — and if there might be a better way. As he shares in this deeply personal talk, his questions took him around the world, and unearthed some surprising and hopeful ways...
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Multi-faceted gal from the 808
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Multi-faceted local gal who is not your typical anything, a walking contradiction who laughs at the edge of the cliff and then hangs on for dear life.

I like to laugh and make people laugh. I'm trying to practice not taking life or myself so seriously. It may sound absurd but I think trying to find the humor in the thick of the craziness of life is one of the smartest things a person can do. People should laugh and they should do it often. People are so attractive when they smile and laugh...and a smile is so contagious, something that I'd wanna "spread" around.

I am currently on a journey of discovery. I long to discover myself, who I am, what I want to be when I grow up, etc. I am in the process of re-defining myself, getting out-of-the-box so to speak. So far it's been an interesting ride...

My 2014 mantra (I have two because I feel that they go hand-in-hand): 
"Think what you feel, say what you think, do what you say, feel what you do." - Eric L. Mott
"Happiness is when what you think, what you say and what you do are in harmony." - Mahatma Ghandi

My 2013 mantra: 
"I stand here on the summit of the mountain. I lift my head and I spread my arms. This, my body and spirit, this is the end of the quest. I wished to know the meaning of all things. I am the meaning. I wished to find a warrant for being. I need no warrant for being, and no word of sanction upon my being. I am the warrant and the sanction. Neither am I the means to any end others may wish to accomplish. I am not a tool for their use. I am not a servant of their needs. I am not a sacrifice on their alters.” 
― Ayn RandAnthem

What I'm diggin' in life: I love my daughters. I like: triangles, blue, green, purple, Mondrian, Rainer Maria Rilke, citrus scents, the smell of rain, coffee, mind maps, Erykah Badu, Joan Jett, others' points of view, affirmations, Jags (altho ask me if I ever owned one or ever will?), art galleries, dancing, Edward Norton, John Cusack, Hugh Jackman, Sean Connery (now, not so much when he was 007 altho in my opinion he was one of the best next to Roger Moore), (in relation to Connery) irish/scottish/australian accents but only on men, watching live performances, Charlize Theron, Ashley Judd, Natalie Portman, wedges (a type of woman's footwear for those who aren't familiar with the term...its a chick thing), boots, foot massages, catching a nice breeze, spooning, food, drinks, my job and sometimes doing absolutely nothing.

My dislikes in life: cigarettes, serious country music (sorry, I just can't dig it), lies (especially when there's no reason for it), flaky people, unpreparedness, ignorant people who talk too much or too loud, intolerant people, traffic, bad music/radio /commentary while in traffic, litter and overly stupid movies.

I am blessed to be from Hawaii (born and raised)...in my not-so-humble opinion it's the best place to raise children.  Very cosmopolitan...all races, ages, religions, etc. which makes it a little bit more tolerant towards different people and different lifestyle choices, etc. The Hawaiian culture, amazing stories, beautiful scenery,  great weather and awesome people.  
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Small, mostly indoor, partially 2-level mall. Convenient for the Kahala/Kaimuki/Palolo/Waialae community complete with local favorite eateries, central location for live entertainment and 8-plex Consolidated Theater. Parking is an issue ESPECIALLY during certain holiday seasons and peak shopping promotions.
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reviewed 3 weeks ago
Albeit smaller than many metropolitan art musems, there is no deny the turn-of-the-century ambiance to this public space. The place itself has a lot of history and had several uses before becoming a state museum. Although the main exhibits are more long-term than temporary, there are smaller niches within the 2nd floor wings that allow for temporary exhibits like the recent one I really wanted to see on kapa - "Ho'omau: The Perpetuation of Kapa." The is an interesting dining place inside on the first floor as well as a cultural and artsy gift shop. The museum offers monthly guest artist discussions/presentations that are open to the public and also hands-on workshops. GREAT for families! Every 2nd Saturday is family day where they have complimentary children's activities (games, workshops, arts and crafts, etc.) On the 2nd floor in the wing on the right (when facing the security desk) there is a cool kids play room with lots of tactile tinker/thinker toys and other creative pursuits available to kids like reading, building, drawing, etc. I lovw it!
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