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Posted: 2012-10-26 7:34 pm   Permalink

"I can't fix you"

Current bid:

US $7,000.77


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You may be into this but only if you are "idealistic and hopeful"

Greetings and salutations community of MGTOW brothers, noobs, Vets, snobs, bobs, and general baisment bois.

Sgt. SmellyTampon here with an announcement: We have successfully penetrated the enemy and Special Ops CalicoPig (known elsewhere on this site as ChauvinistPig) is firmly entrenched as a member of good c**t standing inside a very popular a Feminist website. As Commander-in-C**t, he will be reporting his findings from being embedded in a community of c**ts (sorry bro, glad you are doing this instead of me because I can’t take the smell of old vag, sorry) to this thread for the dual purposes of 01 the lulz 02 the general education of the mgtow community via inside the hive vagina for research purposes. The website where he is now proceeding with covert ops will not be mentioned here, so do not ask as only I, smellytampon, CPig, and MG-Tower aka Cap’n Cat&Crunch will have access to that high level information. In the interim, please proceed normally with all other sectors of the MGTOW.com forums as you were before this covert ops was created and approved by VileLord, Keymaster, DocFenderson, and other high level MGTOW here. Be well brothers, and let the fun begin! Sgt. Tampon–OUT!


Doing this while at work could be bad for you.

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Tuck U!

takirk Moles found in place.
Thing is you never see them coming.

Spying on someone’s computer is bad. As in “go to jail” bad. However, there are a few very narrow exceptions, like monitoring your kids or employees. If you fall in this category (or just want to know how someone might be monitoring you), here’s how.

Never install any monitoring or surveillance software on someone else's phone or computer. It is illegal to use this type of software (commonly referred to as "spyware") to spy on someone else via their phone or computer.[9][10] While the sale of this software is legal because the companies that offer these products include a disclaimer in the license agreement that their product is to be used only for legal purposes, you will be legally responsible if you use them in a manner that violates federal, state, or local law.
ALD-52, also known as 1-acetyl-LSD, is a chemical analogue of lysergic acid diethylamide (LSD). It was originally discovered by Albert Hofmann but was not widely studied until the rise in popularity of psychedelics in the 1960s.

Hmmm there's that 5s and 2s again?

“I will only employ bounty hunters who work for money. Those who work for the pleasure of the hunt tend to do dumb things like even the odds to give the other guy a sporting chance.”

No more "even the odds" Or "sporting chance"
This we learn from your words.

Trader Vics Secret Recipes?

Whew! for a second there I thought you guys were going to burn Trader Vic's like you did the Mai Kai.

"He was universally panned for being "an unorganized incompetent media whore who thought lying to everyone was okay as long as it served his cause" "a smug, narcoleptic liar with no credibility"

He acts so superior in an inferior way.

8. Other revenue (describe in Schedule O. . . . . $414.00
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Yeah, but unfortunately good brands of heritage are a reflection of their original management; when they become professionally managed, they lose the spark that brought them to where they are today. I found that to be classic in the industry. Whenever they go into second- and third-generation management, they lose themselves. They no longer have the passion that was originally part of their DNA.Willis & Geiger

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An exempt organization must provide a copy of covered tax documents to
an individual who makes a written or in person request at the organization’s
principal office. If the organization regularly maintains any regional
or district offices having three or more employees, it must also respond to
request submitted to any such office. Covered tax documents include, in
general, the organization’s application for tax-exempt status and its annual
returns for a period of three years beginning on the date the return is required
to be filed. If the request is made in person, it will generally be honored
on the day of the request; if it is written, then the organization generally
has 30 days to respond. (A request that is faxed, e-mailed or sent by
private courier is considered a written request.)
The organization may want to charge reasonable copying costs and the
actual cost of postage before providing the copies. The law permits this.
But the organization must provide timely notice of the approximate cost
and acceptable form of payment within seven days of receipt of the request.
Acceptable forms of payment must include cash and money order
(for an in-person request) and certified check, money order, and personal
check or credit card, for a written request.

You talk of being your own men and women, "No one member is greater than the other"
You know, Fight club BS.
But one man tells you 5s and 2s are sacred and you go about pasting them everywhere.
A goat is your mascot but what you really need is a sheep.
No wait, a blind sheep.
Good luck on your path to blind obedience.

IRC 501(c)(7) was amended by P.L. 94–568, 1976–2 C.B. 596. Prior to the amendment, IRC 501
Clubs that provide social activities and in ADDITION provide other exempt non-social activities may not qualify for exemption.

(c)(7) provided that clubs needed to be organized and operated exclusively for pleasure, recreation and other nonprofitable purposes. A club could only receive investment income or nonmember income if the income was incidental, trivial or nonrecurrent to its tax exempt purpose.

Support received by members is not taxed, but any other income such as nonmember payments and passive income is taxed under IRC 512(a)(3). See discussion on section 512(a)(3) in IRM 7.27.7. Some familiarity with IRC 512(a)(3) is helpful in understanding the tax status of social clubs because exemption operates properly only if passive sources of income are taxed to the organization as unrelated business taxable income.


Jefferson Smith: "You think I'm licked. You all think I'm licked. Well, I'm not licked. And I'm going to stay right here and fight for this lost cause. Even if the room gets filled with lies like these, and the Taylors and all their armies come marching into this place"

"So... what that make you? Good? You're not good. You just know how to hide, how to lie."
Tony Montana

“I have heard there are troubles of more than one kind. Some come from ahead and some come from behind. But I've bought a big bat. I'm all ready you see. Now my troubles are going to have troubles with me!”
Dr. Seuss

Lonesome Rhodes
You were taken in
just like we all were.
We got wise to him,
that’s our strength.


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“I have heard there are troubles of more than one kind. Some come from ahead and some come from behind. But I've bought a big bat. I'm all ready you see. Now my troubles are going to have troubles with me!”
Dr. Seuss

Perfect little snowflake.
What else are you, marge? Sometimes, i pretend that i'm a snowflake; white and tiny and perfectly formed.
I float on the air of a pale blue moonlit night.

The Sigil of Baphomet is the official insignium of the Church of Satan, and is trademarked by the organization.[1][2] Variations are also used by several other organizations, usually those associated with Satanism and the Left-Hand Path.
The Sabbatical Goat or Sigil of Baphomet has two horns.
On its forehead there is displayed a five point pentagram with single point uppermost.

2s and 5s.

I found this fabulous Red Glass with Gold gilding at an Estate Sale, I am always surprised to find these little mementos that have come from either The Kahiki or maybe another Tiki Restaurant but, at least they are out there in the "wild". I am filled with a rush of exhilaration of my good fortune in saving yet another little piece of history!

Rick: How can you close me up? On what grounds?
Captain Renault: I'm shocked, shocked to find that gambling is going on in here!
[a croupier hands Renault a pile of money]
Croupier: Your winnings, sir.
Captain Renault: [sotto voce] Oh, thank you very much.
Captain Renault: Everybody out at once!


(as adjective disenfranchised) Deprived of power; marginalized:
a hard core of kids who are disenfranchised and don’t feel connected to the school

Since the late 1920's marginalize has referred not to a literal edge, but to a powerless position just outside society.

"After all every hen thinks she has laid the best egg"

“Here's to the crazy ones. The misfits. The rebels. The troublemakers. The round pegs in the square holes. The ones who see things differently. They're not fond of rules. And they have no respect for the status quo. You can quote them, disagree with them, glorify or vilify them. About the only thing you can't do is ignore them. Because they change things. They push the human race forward. And while some may see them as the crazy ones, we see genius. Because the people who are crazy enough to think they can change the world, are the ones who do.”
― Apple Inc.

"I wonder what it is that always makes the Rodneys choose the wrong side"

It is better to deserve honors and not have them than to have them and not deserve them.
Mark Twain

"To live is to take off your belt and look for trouble"
Zorba The Greek"

“The problem with a small town is that when you don't buy into the powers that be there are very few other choices. It's like a play where there is only a "virtuous" lead, a villain, and bit players. Better to be the villain because you're not duped into believing you're in more than a play, and at least your name goes on the program.”
― Catherine Gildiner, Too Close to the Falls

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It is better to deserve honors and not have them than to have them and not deserve them.
Mark Twain

A person with a new idea is a crank until the idea succeeds.
Mark Twain

There are basically two types of people. People who accomplish things, and people who claim to have accomplished things. The first group is less crowded.
Mark Twain

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I'm being Descriptive not pejorative.



Frankoma T3S War God tiki mug in brown satin glaze. No cracks, chips, crazing or repairs. The design was originally created for the Club Trade Winds tiki bar in Tulsa, Ok and later added to the line of pieces sold to the public.



June 14, 1959 – Bill Sapp’s birthday

Orchids of Hawaii lamps (image heavy)

Tikiskips guide to, Coconut lamps light, Shell,Bamboo Frames, Tiki, tropical decor

A TC aloha is like a poke in the eye.
They smile to your face but cheer when you die.

Some say “Mahalo” but man that shits hollow.
Cuz once you are gone it's enemies your "friends" follow.

Talk crap about you man it’s so lame, afraid you will take one ounce of their fame.
So a Cherie Aloha and Mahalo too, but remember I’ll never turn my back to you.

It's true there are a few good TC folk, ones that don't wish you death or an eye poke.
But some are so intimidated so crippled with fear they would never defend you in the open or even here.

So TC rolls on the same boring show, the ones who killed it may never know, their need for
attention was the final death blow.

I LOVE you Ohana! I LOVE you I do! would you like one of those mugs? how bout make it two.
Ohana to the end, Frat brothers the selected few, till comes the time you can't pay the dues.

This "brother" drummed out, the next "brother" in, "here have a hat" "and here's a cool pin!"

"I need you old friend" "can you help me out"?
When all those years your "friend" to you he was out.
We are good friends again now that you are in trouble, I foresee some distance if I need help on the double.

Tiki king...
but if no one ever crossed the line, we would all still think the earth was flat. If we all stood neatly behind the line, there would be no space flight. If we all carefully stayed in our place, there would have been no exploration, no voyages of discovery. When you think about it, the whole Tiki "scene" is an an insult to some people. If we all kept our mouths shut, afraid we might offend, there would be no Tiki Bars, no Tiki mugs, no Tiki culture. So are we going to sit idly by as our entire identity is taken away because some people can’t take a joke? Are we ready to give up freedom just to be safe from the threat of feeling as though a joke was made at our expense? Are you ready to destroy all things Tiki because some find our cartoon Ku’s to be an outrage?

Tim Hawkins - Inappropriate Wedding Songs

You’re a zero in the land of the hero.
In the land of the meek, even you are a tweak.

Awesome is as Awesome does, you never were and you never was.

Good times and definitely worth a return trip. Photos linked below.
Remember to show them some love on Facebook folks! That seafood tower was on the house after all...

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Words of wit, to never forget.
Not mine.

I will only employ bounty hunters who work for money. Those who work for the pleasure of the hunt tend to do dumb things like even the odds to give the other guy a sporting chance.

First rule is.. The laws of Germany

"A small group of do-gooders being targeted by some elite narcissistic Internet personalities because they think our charitable fundraising is encroaching on their market for reselling thrift store purchases spins like silk."

One thing for sure you will not get here is some self entitled prick telling you what tiki is.
We don't do that 'round here.
Whether your tiki is brown or day-glo - nobody cares.
It's mellow and easy going.
What you like is what you like.
We just want to have fun, drink, raise money and preserve tiki culture.

Welcome to the FOM.

Push through it with repetition. Smother it with words. Deny the air around me. Pretend. Pretend with vigor. Believe that the breath is gone.

Passion flower withers in frost. Spent jackolanterns. Red eyes flash with resentment at what night regrets. Not the lanterns eyes. My own.

It hurts to remember it. I'll drive home soon.. Maybe another old hawk. Never finding the one who holds my head close and says, "I know.

Nothing that will make God come looking for good times. Nothing would impress the Buddha. Nothing that will make Ezekiel's wheels spin.

What would make them shut up and suddenly pay attention? Explosions across the street? Sex offered? New drugs? Art?

..That her late husband was waiting for her there. This is not oblivion to me. Total loss of self hood. No relatives. No friends. Blackness.

Sweet lovely death, I am waiting for your breath. Come sweet death..

Though rum and beer giggle and wink and keep me on the chase. No bed until I give up on them. Alcohol is such a slut. Crickets are ashamed.

Sorry I am late to your intro. I'm always late. Not even fashionably really, more or less habitually and with my pants unzipped and my tie undone.
Said the man who wears a skirt and never wears a tie.

My tree is empty save for me. The odd duck. No claws left. No sharp beak. Eagle eyes and a mind that wants to forget the freedom of flight.

I want the "big final". The test of my beliefs. Christ riding Nessie on a tidal wave into my bedroom to bring me my love and purpose

No, I just checked. There are still only twelve months in the year.

Wait.. 12?

Since when?

I just checked my 2057 calendar, and it still has 13 months: January, February, March, Lilp, June, July, Bruun, August, Rektombre, Seven, December, December II, and Muffin.

Oh.. Shit...

What year is this?

If they dropped a month, it better not be Muffin! I've got a vacation booked in Muffin! I'm gonna be in St. John the 3th through the 32st.
I can't make this stuff up.

Not everyone pays dues.

Bushido taught blind loyalty to the emperor.


"When the former British governor general of Hong Kong, Sir Mark Young, refused to salute him, Isihara tried to behead Young with his sword. Finally Japanese military officers took the sword away.


"I have lived in the United States and I know the might of their industrial complex. The United States is a sleeping giant and I am afraid that our attack has awakened it"
Chuichi Nagumo

"Nobody outside the Order of Asshole Buddies is as impressed with your good works as you folks seem to be, and since bragging about it seems to be just as important to you as doing them, well then why not spread a little benevolence here at home. You know, with the unfortunate Americans who have to put up with your ill-mannered asses. Your merit badge society is widely regarded as the Scientologists of tiki: the perpetual drunk uncles who are culturally (and I suspect genetically) incapable of enough self-awareness to know how embarrassing you are to your families. I suppose that's why you feel like you have to beat off here once a year—because you can't get your wives to do it. If you could figure out how to bake cookies, at least you'd be as useful as Girl Scouts. Have a great day! "
QUOTE White Devil

Commander Winfield Scott Cunningham


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Found on eBay, Not my auction.

Questions and answers about this item
Q: Hi If you do not happen to sell this tiki light I would like to offer you $100. for it. if you would find my offer to be fair I would buy it right away.
A: Ordinarily, I wouldn't even respond to such a lowball offer but you caught me on a good day. I would set it on fire and drive over it with my car before accepting your $100.
Apr 11, 2014


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Tigers, considered to be brave, cruel, forceful and terrifying, are the symbol of power and lordliness. In ancient times, people usually compared emperors or grandees with the tiger. Court officials often said that 'accompanying the emperor is just like being at the side of a tiger'. There are also many legends on hunting tigers dealing with struggling against evil might.

They are tolerant, staunch, valiant, and respected. They like challenges and speed and they are active and good at expressing themselves. They have strong sense of errantry, be frank and easy to win others' trust. In their middle age, their fate may be uneven, but afterwards will enjoy a bright prospect. Most women under the tiger sign are intelligent, faithful and virtuous.

Their shortcoming is to project themselves before others. They are given to deep thinking and capable of great sympathy, however, they can be short-tempered without interest with long-term endeavor. Sometimes, they come into conflict easily with the seniors and people in authority. Their hasty mind and decision may cause poor results. They are over confident and traitorous, which may result in unsuccessful communication and cooperation with others.

China Zodiac Animal - TigerHoroscope and Numerology Elements
Earthly Branch of Birth Year: yin
Wu Xing (The Five Elements): mu (wood)
Yin Yang: yang
Auspicious Directions: south, east, southeast
Lucky Colors: blue, grey, white, orange; Avoid: golden, silver, brown, black
Lucky Numbers: 1, 3, 4; Avoid: 6, 7, 8
Lucky Flowers: Cineraria
Zodiac Sign Compatibility - Best match: horse, dog; Avoid: snake, monkey

Celebrities Born in the Year of the Tiger
Ludwig van Beethoven, Marco Polo, Karl Marx, Dwight D. Eisenhower, Marilyn Monroe, Leonardo DiCaprio, Tom Cruise, Jim Carrey, Emmy Rossum, Jodie Foster, Alyson Hannigan, Ryan Phillippe, Mary Kate Olson, Ashley Olson, Joaquin Phoenix, Rosie O'Donnell, Whoopi Goldberg, Garth Brooks, Robert Pattinson, Penn Badgley, Penelope Cruz, Mischa Barton, Drake Bell, Judy Blume, Emily Bronte, Emily Dickinson, Isadora Duncan, Beatrix Potter, Emperor

As Paul Harvey would say...
And now you know....The Rest of the Story


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Coburn morgan
Kahiki book

the market house story
The Old Market House Inn Restaurant, situated across the street from the site of Zanesville's original farmers' market, preserves an era of pioneer Zanesville while offering a gourmet menu in an atmosphere of the bygone days.

Farmers drove their wagons filled with produce to the first small, one-story market built in 1814. The second market, built in 1832, supplied an increasing population with meat and vegetables. In 1863 a heavy snow crushed the roof, causing a tragic collapse of the bustling marketplace.

The third farmers' market opened in 1864. In consisted of a first floor for market and a second floor for city offices. Hundreds of farm wagons would be hitched to trees and posts for several blocks in all directions three days a week. Cabs and drays clattered up Market Street from two railroad stations. Hotels with large dining rooms eventually opened their doors to accommodate the increasing commerce in Zanesville. On such hotel and the Barnett which stood on the site of the present-day Old Market House Inn.

The third market place was destroyed by fire in 1912. After a long controversy, the present building was completed in 1919 and serves Zanesville for nearly thirty years. After World War II, area residents began to patronize supermarkets and in 1946 the final farmers' market was closed and the entire building converted to city offices.

In 1974 James L. Adornetto Purchased this building, then known as the Casino Restaurant, from Tony Saup. Mr. Adornetto engaged Coburn Morgan, a renowned restaurant designer from Columbus, Ohio. Using London, England's oldest operating riverside pub, the prospect of Whitby, as a model, they orchestrated an extensive nine-month renovation of the historic building. In October of 1974 the present Old Market House Inn opened its doors.

Jim Adornetto, born and raised in Zanesville, has been a successful restaurateur in the city for over 50 years. He opened his first restaurant, Adornetto's Pizzeria, at the age of 19. In 1994, Mr. Adornetto opened Giacomo's Bread & Deli in the building north of Adornetto's Pizzeria, featuring European hearth-style breads and Italian deli with made to order sandwiches and soups.
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has been serving Columbus' downtown diners for over 50 years.
During that time, the skyline has changed, but we're still doing things the
way they did on their first day of business.

So, when you hear someone say "they don't make em' like they used to"
tell them they're wrong - and then take them to.
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Sociopaths never answer facts; they always attack the messenger

Another very valuable red flag to recognize when trying to spot a sociopath is to see how they deal with attacks on their own integrity. If a sociopath is presented with a collection of facts, documents and evidence showing that he lied or deceived, he will refuse to address the evidence and, instead, attack the messenger!

If you really try to nail a sociopath down to answering a documented allegation, they will quickly turn on you, denounce you, and declare that you too are secretly plotting against them. Anyone who does not fall for the brainwashing of the sociopath is sooner or later kicked out of the circle and then wildly disparaged by the remaining members of the cult group.

How to spot a sociopath - 10 red flags that could save you from being swept under the influence of a charismatic nut job (MOF)
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And now....The Rest of the Story
Vintage bronze-over brass, Large Rearing Horse Sculpture. Removed from the original Kahiki many years ago. Rubbing the ear or the legs of the horse was thought to bring good luck to the guest. Part of the magical mystery that the founders of the Kahiki instilled at its inception. A beautiful patina has settled on this vintage piece. You can feel the energy as you as you wonder at the many hands, both famous delegates and stars as well as countless local residences alike. Our research shows this to be similar to other such castings that are reportedly "from the Japanese Meiji Period."
Size: 56" tall to top of Mane and 27" wide.
Condition: Beautiful natural condition!

Antique carved-wood 'Chinese Elder sculpture with Child' holding a Chinese bat. In Ancient Chinese society, a bat was a symbol of Happiness and Longevity - this hand carved sculpture is big, over 4ft tall! All wood with painted and applied gesso (like the picture frames from the 1920's) and then gilded with a gold tone finish.
Size: 52 1/2" tall. Base is 18" x 16".
Condition: Wood has dry-split from natural occurring climate changes and age. Some paint loss, but its acceptable and supporting the age of this item, adding character. The bat the child is holding is also cracked - see picture.

•:•:••:•:••:•:••:•:••:•:••:"If you do fine work you will never die":••:•:••:•:••:•:••:•:••:•:•

Lights for home and
commercial TIKI bars.

"You have no idea what the FOM is about and never did."
Quote Tikijoe Or Hi Fi Hijinx....

Here is Hi Fi Hijinx signature from another site.
Los genitales femeninos han sido siempre una fuente de fascinación or....
The female genitalia have always been a source of fascination

You are pure class Joe.
Your wife must be proud.


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Lights for home and
commercial TIKI bars.

*_______________________*TIKISKIP Lights*__________________________*
I wanna bite the hand that feeds me. I wanna bite that hand so badly.

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TIKISKIP LIGHTS: "The World Made Me This Way"

"It is better to deserve honors and not have them than to have them and not deserve them"
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Karst Sr. Robert William Karst, Sr., age 81, passed on February 12, 2013 at his home in the company of friends and family. Bob was preceded in death by his brothers Johnny, George, and daughter Kathy (Pabst) and is survived by his wife of 45 years, Mary; sister, Virginia (Hunter); sons, Robert Jr. and Patti, Tommy and Joyce, Danny (Mcquirt) and Patty; daughter, Sandy (Darrah); grandsons, Billy, Brandon, Shilo, Max, Sam, Alex, Patrick, Matthew; granddaughters, Britni, Stephanie; great-grandchildren, Logan, Lillie and Julian. Bob was raised in Columbus, Ohio and grew up in the restaurant business. The Karst Family owned and operated the Broad-Nel Restaurant and Bob learned from his father the joy of hospitality. A graduate of Gahanna High School and a veteran of the Korean War. Bob was fortunate to enjoy a very colorful life, a long time employee of the Kahiki and Wine Cellar restaurants in Columbus, Ohio. Bob enjoyed Elvis Presley, loved to play cards and was always there when you needed him. Bob retired in 1999 and spent the rest of his life in the company of his wife, Mary, his children and grandchildren. Friends are invited to attend a memorial on March 1, 2013 at EVANS FUNERAL HOME, 4171 E. Livingston Ave. Visitation from 3-4 p.m. Memorial service will be at 4 p.m. In lieu of flowers, the family has requested that you make a donation to Hospice or a charity of your choice .
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Whatcha Talkin Bout Willis

ja/tf/dfb I think that is Jackasserie Tom Foolerie and dam fool boobrie.

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Good one tikigreg, you got it!
So this is what you are talking about.
I did that too, was giving all a chance to explain all of these oddities as
maybe there was/is a good explanation.


On 2014-08-04 09:51, Chip and Andy wrote:
Sort of an answer... I asked if they are new copies or old.

The ebay seller wrigh_owe (1 ) or
Not really sure how one can tell. They look original to me and appear to be complete. The details are crisp and easy to read ( I included a couple of pictures of pages to show the level of detail). There are some signs of wear on the edges....Without a doubt they have been well taken care of.

So now the seller says there is no way to tell if this is a copy?
BUT the thing has a copy date on it, and was copied by the sellers?
Man he's an Architect should be better than most at reading this.


"It's not FOM, John."
"But something is definitely odd about this one in numerous ways."

So then at the bottom of the page Historical Integrity, LLC webpage we see bourbontiki's name.
I knew I saw that face before, in fact he is not only in the FOM but he is Honui Moai that means
high rank in the FOM.
So people who said they don't know him do know him, very well.
And if he's in the FOM and had these he would have showed them to everyone, I'll bet they are
in Jeff's book, they should be as they are cool.

"But something is definitely odd about this one in numerous ways."
You can say that again.


The thing is all ya had to do is come on and say here's what's up with this and that.
There could be a good explanation for all of these odd findings.
Palm Pilot looks to be a shill, But then he stopped posting when questions came up.

And ya know the guy selling this is watching is signed up on TC, man just clear things up that would have been the best thing really.

These are cool, too bad ya don't print off 50 and sell em for a bit less.
1.Kiss the boss’s ass.

2.Make enemies. You can learn from them.

3.Conceal your intentions.

4.Speak cryptically.

5.Defend your reputation; destroy those who challenge it.

6.Be an attention seeker.

7.Use other people to do things for you and take the credit.

8.Bait people.

9.Don’t analyze, act.

10.People who are hurt are like contagious parasites.

11.Make people depend on you.

12.Be “selectively honest”, disarm your “victim” with generosity.

13.People have no sense of mercy or thankfulness.

14.Pretend to be someone’s friend while gathering information on them.

15.Destroy people, annihilate them. Ruin their lives.

16.Play hookie to make people “want” you.

17.Engage in interpersonal intimidation.

18.Be one in the crowd; use the crowd to shield you from your enemies.

19.Don’t screw over the wrong person.

20.Be non-committal.

21.Pretend to be dumb, so they won’t suspect.

22.Surrender, to stab your enemy in the back.

23.Use every resource you have to defeat an enemy.

24.Flatter people, yield to your boss, and be cruel to those under you.
25.Don’t abide by the social contract. Ally yourself only to yourself. Redefine this self to get as much attention as possible.

26.Keep your hands clean: erase any knowledge others have of you messing things up. Never admit to your mistakes. Instead, scapegoat other people.

27.Develop a God complex. Feed people what they want to hear and make them follow you.

28.Be bold in all of your actions.

29.Plan out every little thing.

30.Make your accomplishments seem effortless. Also, never let anyone know how you did them.

31.Control people’s options.

32.Feed people the lies they want to hear.

33.Find out everyone’s button, save this information, and push it accordingly.

34.Act like a member of royalty.

35.Master timing.

36.Show contempt for things (and people) you cannot have. By showing you are upset, you are admitting “weakness”.

37.Create a lot of spectacles.

38.Behave like other people as a mask.

39.Use other people’s emotions; play with them.

40.Free things are dangerous. Instead, pay for everything yourself and make sure people see it.

41.Don’t follow in anyone’s footsteps.

42.Attack someone that bothers you. Don’t bother negotiating or understanding them. Just attack them so they shut up and your reputation remains intact.

43.Seduce people by playing with their emotions.

44.Mirror people so they get annoyed and humiliated.

45.Preach “change” and other vague promises, but never act too much on them.

46.Pretend to mess up once in a while. People will see that you’re not a sociopath after all.

47.Achieve in moderation.

48.Be formless. Form, order, routine equals predictability. And those watchful guys following you over your shoulder all this time will spot that and destroy you.

Capone milked his good works for all the favorable publicity they were worth. He came down and walked among the men, the wretched of the earth, offering a handshake, a hearty smile, and words of encouragement from the great Al Capone. During November and December.
But the problem is, at least the legend goes, the majority of the food he was serving was stolen or "forced" hand outs from local and regional grocers and wholesalers.

Halloween Holiday Trivia
Orange and black are Halloween colors because orange is associated with the Fall harvest and black is associated with darkness and death.
Jack o’ Lanterns originated in Ireland where people placed candles in hollowed-out turnips to keep away spirits and ghosts on the Samhain holiday.
Pumpkins also come in white, blue and green. Great for unique monster carvings!
Halloween was brought to North America by immigrants from Europe who would celebrate the harvest around a bonfire, share ghost stories, sing, dance and tell fortunes.
Tootsie Rolls were the first wrapped penny candy in America.
The ancient Celts thought that spirits and ghosts roamed the countryside on Halloween night. They began wearing masks and costumes to avoid being recognized as human.
Halloween candy sales average about 2 billion dollars annually in the United States.
Chocolate candy bars top the list as the most popular candy for trick-or-treaters with Snickers #1.
Halloween is the 2nd most commercially successful holiday, with Christmas being the first.
Bobbing for apples is thought to have originated from the roman harvest festival that honors Pamona, the goddess of fruit trees.
Black cats were once believed to be witch's familiars who protected their powers.
The fear of Halloween is known as Samhainopobia.

Monster Trivia & Folklore
Signs of a werewolf are a unibrow, hair palms, tattoos, and a long middle finger.
Vampires are mythical beings who defy death by sucking the blood of humans.
In 1962, The Count Dracula Society was founded by Dr. Donald A. Reed.
To this day, there are vampire clubs and societies with people claiming to be real vampires.
There really are so-called vampire bats, but they're not from Transylvania. They live in Central and South America and feed on the blood of cattle, horses and birds.
Many people still believe that gargoyles were created by medieval architects and stone carvers to ward off evil spirits.
Halloween Movie Details
"Halloween" was made in only 21 days in 1978 on a very limited budget.
The movie was shot in the Spring and used fake autumn leaves.
The mask used by Michael Meyers in the movie "Halloween" was actually William Shatner's mask painted white.
The character Laurie Strode, played by Jamie Lee Curtis was named after John Carpenter's first girlfriend.
While the setting for the story is in Illinois, the vehicles have California license plates.
Halloween is on October 31st, the last day of the Celtic calendar. It was originally a pagan holiday, honoring the dead. Holloween was referred to as All Hallows Eve and dates back to over 2000 years ago.

Creepy Tidbits
If you see a spider on Halloween, it is the spirit of a loved on watching over you.
Worldwide, bats are vital natural enemies of night-flying insects.
The common little brown bat of North America has the longest life span for a mammal it's size, with a life span averaging 32 years.
In about 1 in 4 autopsies, a major disease is discovered that was previously undetected.
The Ouija Board ended up outselling the game of Monopoly in its first full year at Salem. Over two million copies of the Ouija Board were shipped.
More Ideas for Parties and Fun

The word “witch” comes from the Old English wicce, meaning “wise woman.” The plural for wicce is wiccan. Wiccan were highly respected people at one time. According to popular belief, witches held one of their two main meetings, or sabbats, on Halloween night.

Trick-or-treating has been around for a long time, with versions existing since medieval times. Originally, it was called “guising” and children and poor adults wore costumes and begged for food or money in exchange for songs or prayers during Hallowmas. This practice was also called “souling.”

When does a skeleton laugh?
When something tickles his funny bone.
Why don't skeletons like parties?
They have no body to dance with.
Why didn't the skeleton cross the road?
He didn't have the guts.
How do you mend a broken Jack-o-lantern?
With a pumpkin patch!
What do you get when you take the circumference of your jack-o-lantern and divide it by its diameter?
Pumpkin Pi
What happens to a fast witch on a slow broom?
She flies off the handle.
What would you find on a haunted beach?
A sand witch.
Q. What do goblins and ghosts drink when they are hot and thirsty on Halloween?
A. Ghoul-aid!!!

In the movie Pulp fiction in the dance contest scene the girl does a move where she dose that sweeping v over her eyes, what 60s TV show did she steal that from and what is the name of the dance.
The show was Batman and the name of the dance was the Batusi

Witches are known to conduct a lot of business at night. Many witches bury workings or spells in places. Sometimes lechuzas seem to have more sinister business, such as getting vengeance on a rival.

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On 2014-02-17 17:23, tikiskip wrote:
tikiskip: Wow. 10:42:06
GROG: (Hope you liked that Whizzer.) 08:50:19
GROG: Or Skippy. 08:47:31
GROG: Thanks Skipper. 08:47:00
tikiskip: Never had a nickname myself. But Scooter is a reference to speed (as in fast) I think. Tiki on. 20:51:24
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What was wrong with that? GROG thought it was funny that we were talking about nicknames and our screen names are basically nicknames. Tiki people I see out in public often call me GROG, so it's basically a nickname.

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12.What are the penalties for failure to comply with the disclosure requirements
for exempt organizations tax documents, and who must
pay them?
Responsible persons of a tax-exempt organization who fail to provide the
documents as required may be subject to a penalty of $20 per day for as
long as the failure continues. There is a maximum penalty of $10,000 for
each failure to provide a copy of an annual information return. There is no
maximum penalty for the failure to provide a copy of an exemption application.

An authentic throwback item is crab rangoon ($6) — fried crisp twists of the “skins” used to make spring rolls. The filling is cream cheese with crab and a garlic- or onion-powder flavor. It is a trip down memory lane that makes us appreciate the present.

Kientz also contributed to the look of the Wine Cellar and Desert Inn restaurants. Called upon to design the officers’ quarters at Lockbourne Air

Kahiki Redux
November 15th, 2014

“This collection of poems, from a writer who never saw the Kahiki in person, is a literary Pupu Platter brimming with playfulness, imagination, and reverence.”

Nathalie Wright, Architectural Historian; Columbus, Ohio

For over forty years, it was the largest freestanding Polynesian restaurant in the country and the site where generations of Columbusites relished Tiki culture. As a local poet and former journalist who relocated to Columbus, I became obsessed with learning about the late great Kahiki Supper Club that was razed over ten years ago after being placed on the National Historic Register. The result of my research and many interviews is Kahiki Redux, a poetry collectionin which I tried to capture the nuances of this pop-culture icon that for decades brought delight and pride to the Columbus cultural landscape. If you’d like to order a copy, please mail a cashier’s check or money order for $15.00 (includes postage) to: 897 Plum Ridge; Columbus, Ohio 43213. Please address the check to Rikki Santer. Thanks for your support.



from The Columbus Dispatch; Sunday June 17, 2012
“Poems carry a tiki torch for Kahiki” by columnist Joe Blundo

One of the most grievous crimes ever committed against Columbus architecture was the demolition of the Kahiki in 2000.
The restaurant was shaped like a giant war canoe, had a cultlike corps of devotees and featured flaming drinks, canned thunder and thatched huts. After standing at 3583 E. Broad St. for almost 40 years, it was torn down to make way for a Walgreens pharmacy.
But the memory lives. Its artifacts are auctioned on eBay, and websites recall its splendors. And now a collection of Kahiki poems has been published.
Kahiki Redux by Rikki Santer manages to evoke the appearance and ambience of the place despite the fact that the author has never been inside it.

The donation was raised at the Order's largest event, Ohana Luau at the Lake, and includes event proceeds, donations from event sponsors, money raised at a dunk tank, a silent auction, the now infamous Mystery Bowl Auction which has become a signature part of the event and sales of the limited edition Music for Moai music album. For more information about the Order, the event, and the donation please visit us at http://www.fraternalorderofmoai.org/news/index.php/2011/01/05/fom-sends-2010-donation-to-eif

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On 2011-08-30 13:02, Tipsy McStagger wrote:

there are alot of good reasons to buying a ticket to take the tour-especially if you are not familiar with the area or are from out of town.... you get the goodie bag and mug as well as a guided tour and dinner. That's alot of value for the ticket price. But like you, We have alot on our plate that weekend and for a number of reasons, we will not be taking the tour per se. That said, we do plan on going to the chef that sunday to partake of the festivities and raffle for catnap. We also will be at the hotel friday nite. Many folks will be in from out of town and I hope to spend some time with them. I encourage you to at least stop by the chef on sunday to hang with us if you can. it's good meet new people.

keep in mind, the places are small and may not accomodate people that just show up that are not with the bus tour.

Again - the tour is a great deal and I encourage anyone that can to get a ticket and enjoy the entire ride. !!



Ok folks just to clarify things...

There's a very obvious reason for not being able to accomodate folks dropping in along the way...

With the exception of Hala Kahiki, these are all small venues and only hold around a hundred or so people, so all you have to do is be able to add. Two busses @ 53 people each = 106 Tikiphiles accending on these places at one time, I think ya'll can grasp that right?

As far as Sunday's festivities at the Chef, again there will be approximately 106 people there for the duration of the afternoon. The Chef does hold more people, so there will probably be limited seating available as we get closer to the big weekend. Hope this helps put thing in perspective.

Edited to reflect that ticket price does not include the mug, that's a separate purchase!
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“.&#8201;.&#8201;. At the Outrigger Bar, decked in the robes of our birthdays, anniversaries or lusty prom promises, we suck Pupu Platter goo from our Occidental nails,” she writes in Remembering the Kahiki.

In “Landscape,” she describes carloads of tourists arriving “to lose themselves inside this romantic cocoon that serves up foreign paradise in pineapple carcasses and caricature tumblers.”

Santer, who teaches film studies and English at Upper Arlington High School, moved to central Ohio from Baltimore not long before the Kahiki was demolished. It had already given way to Walgreens when she became interested in it after she and her husband bought a house featuring a Polynesian room.
The room — full of lava rock, tortoiseshell light fixtures and animal-print fabrics — was designed by Coburn Morgan, who was also responsible for the Kahiki’s hyper-Polynesian decor.
Her interest stimulated, Santer began researching the restaurant. She interviewed workers, patrons and the two businessmen who built it: Bill Sapp and Lee Henry. They sold their interests in the restaurant in 1979. (Henry called Santer’s book “terrific.”)
Acknowledging their work is one of the reasons she wrote the book, Santer said.
“My motivation is just to get a memory book into people’s hands. I was so shocked that this icon was torn down. We’re in this bicentennial year, and Bill and Lee are still alive, in their 80s, and they haven’t been recognized formally.”

The book, which is available through Amazon Books or through her website at rikkisanter.com, contains eight poems, Kahiki artwork and a forward by architectural historian Nathalie Wright. She submitted the application that got the restaurant listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1997, a distinction that couldn’t save it.

The last poem, “Kahiki in the Museum,” acknowledges as much, envisioning what would be in a Kahiki historical exhibit: “Lipstick-stained napkins and bite-marked straws from virgin lips; a pyramid of etched glassware; a plastic volcano erupting in gleeful streams of snapshots that incriminate with outdated fashion.”

This might not be the end of Kahiki literature. Santer said she and Wright hope to produce a full-scale history of the place.
Said Santer: “I have great affection for that restaurant.”

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The eligibility of the publishing organization to receive tax-deductible contributions; and

The commercial or noncommercial methods used to solicit the advertisers.

In this situation, the purchaser of a separate advertising space without a commercial message can nevertheless expect a commercial benefit from the goodwill derived from being identified in that manner as a patron of the organization. However, the purchaser of a listing cannot expect more than an inconsequential benefit. Therefore, the sale of separate spaces, but not the listings, is an unrelated trade or business.

2. Unrelated Business Income (UBI)
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income tax, they do have to pay tax when carrying on regular business
activities which are unrelated to their exempt purposes. The law
governing unrelated business income (UBI) is a complex maze of
exceptions, exclusions and modifications. The following list of
"threshold" questions can be used to narrow down the field.

a. Is the income producing activity a trade or business?
A "no" answer means the income is not taxed as UBI.

b. Is the activity regularly carried on?
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e. If the activity involves the sale of merchandise, has substantially
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f. Is the activity carried on primarily for the convenience of the organi-
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- interest
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(such as a mortgage), the income produced will be taxed in proportion
to the debt.

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rates for non-profits organized as trusts). Some special rules apply to
the computation of charitable contributions and net operating losses,
and there is a $1,000 "specific deduction" - the exempt organization
equivalent of a personal exemption.

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Hi Fi Hijinx wrote:
Post subject: Re: Critiki - Tiki Drink Clarification or Tikilitism!
PostPosted: Thu Nov 12, 2015 11:13 am
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One thing for sure you will not get here is some self entitled prick telling you what tiki is.
We don't do that 'round here.
Whether your tiki is brown or day-glo - nobody cares.
It's mellow and easy going.
What you like is what you like.
We just want to have fun, drink, raise money and preserve tiki culture.

Welcome to the FOM.


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Post subject: Re: Critiki - Tiki Drink Clarification or Tikilitism!
PostPosted: Thu Nov 12, 2015 1:21 pm
Joined: Sun Mar 25, 2007 3:16 am
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Personally, I bristle at the tiki elitist/purists & the holy than thou attitude that comes with it. It's a whole "my tiki is better than your tiki" thing & that has always rubbed me (&, I think, FOMmers, in general) the wrong way. It's TIKI, for cripes sake, which is made-up in the first place. And if you come to my home tiki bar, and I happen to whip-up a pain killer for you, talking about how it's not a tiki drink is going to get that tasty painkiller taken out of your hand & your ass on the curb. Just sayin'....


Henry and Sapp went
researching, traveling west to
visit Don the Beachcomber in Los
Angeles, then to San Francisco to
check out Trader Vic’s. In 1957, Lee
and their chief designer headed to
the newly opened Mai Kai in Fort
Lauderdale, where—posing as
tourists—they took snapshots and
pocketed menus.

“One of the luckiest places as a young man in Ohio during the
‘60s was to be sitting across from a beautiful girl at the Kahiki,” writes
John Fraim, Lee Henry’s nephew, and an author of a forthcoming
book about the Kahiki. “Both participants [were] in some modern
type of alchemical reunion it seemed. But a few of the drinks at the
Kahiki in those years would do this to you.”
Ah, yes—the drinks.


What was the goings on in Feb 22 1961 first day of the Kahiki?

February 20, 1961 (Monday)[edit]
Jerry Garcia, an 18-year old drifter who had been discharged from the U.S. Army, survived a car accident in Palo Alto, California. He would later describe the event as "the slingshot for the rest of my life". "Before then I was always living at less than capacity," he would write later. "Then I got serious." Garcia would go on to found the Grateful Dead.[30]
Born: Imogen Stubbs, British actress, in Newcastle upon Tyne
Died: Percy Grainger, 78, Australian composer; and Romany Marie, 75, American restaurateur and bohemian personality

Top #5 songs in the USA

Chubby Checker - Pony Time
Lawrence Welk - Calcutta
The Shirelles - Will You Love Me Tomorrow?
Ferrante and Teicher - Exodus
The Miracles - Shop Around

On February 20th, 1961, the closest available weather station to Columbus, OH (COLUMBUS MUNICIPAL ARPT, OH), reported the following conditions:
High Temp: 37.9°F *
Low Temp: 21.9°F *
Average Temp: 30.2°F ( 24 )
Dewpoint: 23.4°F ( 24 )
Sea Level Pressure: 1030.8 mb ( 24 )
Station Pressure: 999.1 mb ( 24 )
Visibility: 9 miles ( 24 )
Wind Speed: 2.7 knots ( 24 )
Max Wind Speed: 8.9 knots
Max Wind Gust: n/a
Precipitation Amount: 0 inches I
Snow Depth: n/a
Observations: n/a

Most electricity is produced by burning fossil fuels in power stations. Coal, oil and natural gas are burned in furnaces to heat up water. The boiling water makes steam which pushes the gigantic blades of a turbine to produce electricity.

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Look what they've done to my Tiki bar, Ma
Look what they've done to my Tiki bar
Well, it's the only thing that they do half right
And it's turning out all wrong, Ma
Look what they've done to my Tiki bar

Wish I could find a Tiki bar to live in
Wish I could find a Tiki bar
Well, if I could find a real good Tiki bar
I'd never have to come out and look at
What they've done to my tiki bars

Look what they've done to my Mai Tai, Ma
Look what they've done to my Mai Tai
Well, they've mixed it like a Tequila Sunrise
Man that grenadine sure was a surprise,
Look what they've done to my Mai Tai


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