More pandemic news I would like to see
United States Government spokesperson announces the continuation of the Pandemic Unemployment Assistance Program. “We are going to continue this program indefinitely. People like it, it is a dandy program and we will pay for it by cutting the military budget, except for the Navy Seals. If you mess with us we will send in the Seals. No more printing up phoney money, with the risk of hyper inflation for us, thank you.”
Jubilant citizens race to comment on the Government’s announcement. ” We are really stoked! This way we can live with less stress because of not enough money. We really like the part about the Navy Seals too.”
Scandanavian countries announce the development of a homeopathic remedy for the Covid 19 virus. “It works like a charm, and no side effects!” Countries worldwide race to implement programs using the homeopathic remedy. President Trump tweets, “A terrific solution! Fantastic! I took it and it works great.”
KIUC announces the development of an waste to energy plant in Kekaha. “We are utilizing hot air collected from politicians, mainstream medical establishment experts, and even certain letters to the editor. Now we can produce energy, burn waste, and stop adding to the six story pile of garbage out in Kekaha!”
Molly Jones, Kealia
Mahalo Dilberg for message
Shout out to Michele Dillberg for great piece on June 28!! I really appreciate the way she encourages our island to stop with the panic/hysteria that has continued to plague many here.
Thank you TGI for printing great piece by Michele! I hope many in the political leadership read the article and take note.
Fern Stark, Wailua
Bravo Young Brothers
This letter serves to thank Young Brothers for their resounding support of students via the scholarships made through schools, including Kaua‘i Community College, and for regularly transporting goods across the state.
Also, in times of emergencies, Young Brother has cooperated by making key shipment of items priorities. The news of its struggles has prompted this letter as a gesture of thanks for helping all of us. Me Ke Mahalo Nui Loa Young Brothers!
Cammie Matsumoto, Honolulu