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Monday, 01 August 2005

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Jo

I thought we taught you not to thing! ::Grins wickedlY::

Jo

duh... THINK! ::sigh::

Kirk

I think everybody has a case of Milly-fingers....

Jo

Milly Vanilly Dilly Fingilly?

milgwimper

the song should be I will survive! hehehe the case of the rent-a-fingers ala Milli has invaded! Muahahaha! You know I never have this kind of problem when I'm writing papers for school. Hmmmm...."Things that make you go hmmm..." -Arsenio Hall

Jo,

No would not Itake a bath in the live crab tank. Hmm... Maybe we can open up a public bath house nearby.

Jo

OH YEA! There you go! but... ::very softly:: ummm... ::clears throat:: are we gonna have some of "THOSE" saunas?

Kirk

Geez, I knew I shouldn't have asked the soundtrack question.....at least you didn't pick Pinch Me by the Barenaked Ladies or Rock Lobster -dum,dum,dum,dada-dada-da-daaa

Alan

Any readers out there that can help me improve my website? I assume that some (or a lot) of you are expatriates from Hawaii. I need some help improving my website www.hawaiianspecialtyproducts.com. Also, anyone interested in exchanging opinions regarding great restaurants in Honolulu or Las Vegas for Hawaii-type grinds? Drop me an email message.

Dave

Marukai is great. I remember when they were on Vermont, then they built the big place on Artesia. Best place for Japanese stuff. But also has good Hawaiian stuff like char-shu and tuna poki. The bento isn't bad either, and Sushi Boy is there. I haven't ever been to Aloha Harry's. I reaaaaaaaaaly miss Tin Sing. There aren't any more old fashioned chop suey restaurants around anymore. My family used to drive all the way up to Little Tokyo to eat at Far East on 1st Street. But since closing and reopening, the food isn't as good as it was. I was very disappointed. I just want a place that can give me a good plate of hamyuk, char-shu, almond duck, and sweet and sour pork. Is there any place left that serves this stuff?

Kirk

Hi Dave - Welcome and thanks for taking the time out to comment. Unfortunately, Harry's has closed, and I need to update my posts.

Why don't you give New Formosa Cafe, located at 2415 E Cesar E Chavez Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90033 a try.
I've heard that the son of original Owner's of Far East Cafe runs the place.

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