SPRINGSTEEN, BON JOVI JOIN MICHELLE, BARACK AND HILLARY IN LAST RALLY FOR NEXT PRESIDENT
PHILADELPHIA–Bruce Springsteen calls on Americans to be on right side of history in vote for Hilliary and offers a prayerful song, ‘A Long Walk Home” before thousands at Independance Hall after appearance and eloquent message from Jon Bovi. Song writers are sensitive people who respect the human condition. That is why so many of them turn out for the next president of the United States who happens b a woman. HAPPENING NOW ON CSPAN, 9 PM EDT, 4 PM HST
DON’T FORGET TO VOTE like we do on Maui.
Lahaina–where the blogger will be on election day before watching MSNBC. It is imperative that you vote in an election that will decide our future as a country, one way or another. And bring a little aloha to the ballot box.
BLOGGER CUB FAN FOR 65 YEARS: HERE IS WHAT IT LOOKED LIKE.
And that was just in the fifth inning. Some two dozen or more Cub fans who came as strangers and ended up being part of an ohana at Captain Jacks in Lahaina almost worn out hands giving high fives, grew sullen in the eighth inning and broke loose on the last out. The choruses of Go Cubs Go the Cubs are going to win today were repeated again and again. From a pure baseball standpoint, this was one of the greatest games in World Series history.
A “W” for HALLOWEEN: GO CUBS GO TODAY
LAHAINA, OCT 31–The blogger on Front St with 30,000 others celebrating Halloween and showing the famous W which means win. WATCH FOR MORE HALLOWEEN PHOTOS
MORE JOY: WHAT IS THE ORIGIN OF THE “W” THAT CUB FANS WAVED LAST NIGHT.
CHICAGO–The famous “W”s saved in flags. What you may not know is this originated through the Cub practice after a game over many years of putting a flag up for all to see passing the ballpark with a W or an L. W flags waved after a win are seen in the stands. W’s are now posted all over town this year on store windows, even on police bicycles. You haven’t heard this on Fox nor in the newspapers so thanks to this blogs you know something most people don/t
JOY IN WRIGLEYVILLE: SLIDES OF THE SCENE
CHICAGO, Oct 8: Wrigley Field area was a colorful place Friday as huge crowds lined up at bars (cheaper than $2400 a ticket), to cheer on the Cubs and post game gather on the streets for celebration.
Only 10 wins to go for World Championship, predicted by the blogger last spring after 68 years as a Cub fan.