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TOYS FOR TOTS David Kelly | Owner, Hawaiian South Shore Most of my childhood was spent growing up overseas in the Far East. We moved around a lot because my dad was in the Marine Corps and was always deployed somewhere. Mom would work evenings to help make ends meet. I remember for Christmas she would often make clothes for us or even remake old clothing into something new. She picked that up from my grandmother, who owned a used clothing store after the war. Grandma would get clothes from the GI’s, which is what they used to call military...
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HAWAIIAN SOUTH SHORE MONTHLY MEMBER NEWSLETTER Why are you always on the Wrong Side? We travel to Japan often, and when we fly there, we either fly into Narita or Nagoya. For the longest time, I couldn't figure out why my wife was always in the way. What I mean is that when we would land and get on the escalator, she was always on the wrong side. I don't know whether you've been to Japan, but if you have, perhaps you’ve noticed that most people stand on the left side of the escalator. Tokyo This allows people who are in a hurry to walk past everyone else on the right side of the escalator. It's like being on...