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Are Children Allowed to be Kids Anymore?
When I was a kid my parents were at work and I guess I was a latch-key kid. I took the public bus hither and thither. My mom was not too concerned. My friends and I rode our bikes or took the bus to the harbor where we would go fishing. The city was open and available to us.
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You Know You're in Hawaii When
If you have never been to Hawaii for an extended stay, lived there, grew-up there, or live there, the following will be basically meaningless, unless you're Mark or Leigh, who Grokked it all right away! Aloha!
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Memories of my Hawaii and also a bunch of random history that I didn't know based on querying ChatGTP GPT-4
Loco Moco Recipe and Cafe 100
My favorite food on the planet was a good loco moco at Cafe 100 with my mom and dad when we traveled to Hilo, Big Island, Hawaii, on business.
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I used to freedive by myself as a teen growing up in Hawaii
I used to freedive by myself as a teen growing up in Hawaii. I carried a Nikonos III and a knife. I tied my leg to a 100' white nylon line that tied to a float and a dive flag. I launched from Kaimana Beach.
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Sharing notes from growing up haole in Hawaii in the 80s
Long story short: maybe I was excluded from stuff for being haole in Hawaii, though I never really knew and it never bothered me. But, it's interesting to hear that there might have been parties and birthdays and beach outings and get-togethers that I was just never part of. Could that be true? I'll never know.
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Dad's Ashes
Found poetry from a hyperfiction I created collaboratively with a bunch of friends back in 1998, called Collabor8, or 8: A Collaborative Hypernarrative Fiction
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