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Cuauhtémoc Arrival - Honolulu Harbor

Monday was grand!

I took the day off from work to catch the arrival of the Mexican navy’s sail training ship, Cuauhtémoc. I was very fortunate to be allowed to do this from Foss’ Mikioi, the tug scheduled to assist the ship. 306 more words

Mayor, police chief indicted over helicopter fiasco

By Max Fontaine | Beacon aviation crime beat

In a life is stranger than, or at least very similar to, irony sort of way, the careers of two local public figures may need airlifted to a local hospital. 340 more words

Hyper-Local News

Last Sunday

Still catching up, in terms of posts…

Another hot, humid day!

After doing housework in the morning, I decided to head out to the harbor. I stopped at West Marine first, to pick up new gloves, as my old pair was looking pretty ratty. 122 more words

Lu Wu Regurgitated

The Sharkwoman swam away and Tug bounded off after her. I, however, had to climb onto the Beast the slow way, with my own bare hands. 800 more words

The Story

Still Lazy

Saturday was another hot, humid, and lazy day.

Nakoa:

Kashima Maru arriving at Pier 9:

One of Kashima Maru‘s heaving lines:

Not a monkey fist, but created using traditional skills. 102 more words

ARTICLE: Low Rate Repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (rTMS) and Gait Rehabilitation after Stroke - Full Text

…Although rTMS for the unaffected hemisphere after stroke
improves the gait ability of the patient as well as the fast frequency band
of the EEG yet they are not correlated to each other…

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Stroke