On July 28, 2014, I prepared my trial cases, confirmed a meeting for G and I with the radio industry for the Love Festival Hawaii, ran over 8 miles at Ala Moana Beach Park, and researched some companies for possible investments. At 3:30 A.M. on July 29, 2014, I was in bed playing the stock market. I ended up purchasing some shares of AAPL. I fell asleep with my head by my laptop. I woke up at 5 A.M. and headed to court by 8 A.M. where I got 4 more convictions for a total of 606 convictions. At 1 P.M., I headed back to court where the few cases I had were continued out. In the evening, I worked on my Writing Project #2 and reviewed my earlier chapters. I have 11,659 words completed in this fictional writing with a goal of 80,000 words. As of now, a bunch of queries have been sent out to companies for my Writing Project #1.
Monthly Archives: July 2014
On the early evening on Friday, July 25, 2014, I attended obon services with my dad, mom, and sister Lara to pray to our ancestors, teachers of compassion, and suffering souls at Honolulu Jodo Shu.
Lt. Governor Shan Tsutsui is one of the best examples of leadership. He is humble, always smiling, and we can agree to agree, or agree to disagree. Negative leaders can learn from the positive leadership style that Shan displays. He has been a strong supporter of education, transportation, health, and business development. As a former small business owner, Shan understands the importance that small businesses play in Hawaii’s economy. For these reasons, I support Shan for Lt. Governor.
Supporting my friends John Waihee IV and Lei Ahu Isa for Office of Hawaiian Affairs (OHA) Trustee. John has served as an OHA trustee since 2000 and like Lt. Governor Shan Tsutsui, we grew up together from boys to men in the political world. We’ve had so many great times together. He is such a good person and so humble with a great smile. John is always looking out for the interests of Native Hawaiians and doing his best to ensure OHA plays a role in the progress for the entire State of Hawaii.
Lei Ahu Isa is also a friend of mine. She is a former Hawaii State Representative and is currently a professor at Hawaii Pacific University and a principal broker at Hilton Grand Vacations. She is very smart, caring, and great to talk to. I love her passion for Hawaii.
As of today, Thursday, July 24, 2014, I have gotten 602 convictions (582 convictions from pleas and 20 convictions from trials). This week, I got 13 convictions from pleas for misdemeanor criminal cases in Honolulu District court for 6 calendars on 7/21/14, 7/22/14, and 7/24/14.
I just voted today 7/22/2014 for the 2014 elections through my permanent absentee ballot about 10:30 A.M.
It’s 2:19 A.M. in the morning of Sunday, July 20, 2014. I’ve been working at my office at the Department of the Honolulu Prosecuting Attorney since 8:00 P.M., Saturday, July 19, 2014. I was able to finish my criminal misdemeanor court morning and afternoon calendars for Monday 7/21/14 and also my morning criminal misdemeanor calendar for Tuesday 7/22/14.