Happy Mother’s Day!

Wishing all of the mothers a happy day. You deserve it.

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The Cleveland Browns should be pleased by David Veikune’s work ethic. Every morning he is at the Cooke/Ching Field, running 100-yard sprints.

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The Warriors have gone back to basics. Their daily training now includes running the bleacher steps at Cooke/Ching:


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Quarterback Steele Jantz said he likely will transfer to City College of San Francisco.

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We had a great time at last night’s karaoke party in honor of Frank Vierra, who is on a short leave from his third stint in Iraq. We appreciate his commitment and humble bravery.


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A-Joe, as usual, led the way:


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We had several first-timers join us. Here are my Advertiser co-workers Missy Ross and Gwyneth Pang:


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. . . Aya (right) is visiting from San Diego:


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Jason (left) earns a degree in math this coming Saturday:


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This month’s birthday folks —Jason, Peaches, Brie and D1Shima:


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The new Rat Pack —Mr. C, Lefty (back row), Koakane, JJ and Homey:


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Koakane, Mrs. C and Esme Infante-Nii:


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Mr. Cenn-Cee:


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Was I the last to learn that Dom DeLuise died this past week? A few years ago, Tower Record was in the final days of business. Everything was, like, 80 percent off … except DeLuise’s one-year sitcom, “Lotsa Luck.” That still was going for full price.


  1. ai-ee-soos May 10, 2009 2:07 am


  2. ai-ee-soos May 10, 2009 2:08 am

    ST: did you ever contact Kahai LaCount ?

  3. HiFlyer May 10, 2009 2:08 am

    Good Luck to Steele Jantz.


  4. Stephen Tsai May 10, 2009 2:09 am

    Not yet.

  5. ai-ee-soos May 10, 2009 2:10 am

    ST: Any word “on the street” re OL Joseph Napeahi (sp) ?

  6. ai-ee-soos May 10, 2009 2:13 am

    Steele Jantz: I suggest that he go to

    a. Portland State

    b. Weber State

    c. Wash St

    a & b – spread offenses

    c. WSU need bodies – right now !!!

  7. Stephen Tsai May 10, 2009 2:23 am

    I think Steele wants to be in a run-option offense.

  8. Stephen Tsai May 10, 2009 2:24 am

    Joseph will be joining if he loses weight. That’s what kept him out of spring ball. It was same thing that hindered Quentin Beaver last year.

  9. wafan May 10, 2009 3:18 am

    A very Happy Mother’s Day morning to everyone — especially to all the Mommy’s!!!

  10. wafan May 10, 2009 3:38 am

    Thank you for the photos! Looks like everyone had a great time. Thanks, too, for the on-the-scene reports from Kekoa, Mrs. A-House, and Liz.

  11. wafan May 10, 2009 4:03 am

    Garret . . .

    That guy with the exploding dye pack needs more red dye for his other head. I think he got what he deserved . . . brings a whole new meaning to fire crotch.

  12. brew808 May 10, 2009 4:35 am


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    ST – Awesome photo’s from the KK! Mahalo! 😀

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  14. mctruck May 10, 2009 4:53 am

    Happy Moms-Day, and goodmorning to everyone.

    I hope those bleacher-steps hold out with the pounding of da-hoofs!!??

    Well, gotta feed my face, already several hours past my normal breakfast time. laters.

  15. Pauoa Boy May 10, 2009 5:46 am


    May 10th, 2009 at 2:08 am
    ST: did you ever contact Kahai LaCount ?

    Why would ST do that, Kahai pau play at UH, we like Kainoa LaCount play for us…

    Kahai graduated like 2-3 years ago…He came in with Samson Satele and Marques Kaonohi from Kailua…member?

  16. BNS May 10, 2009 5:48 am

    Good morning and HAPPY MOTHERS DAY

  17. Pauoa Boy May 10, 2009 5:52 am

    Happy Mothers Day…MILF’s!!! 🙂

  18. ShaneFalco May 10, 2009 6:06 am

    Steele Jantz going to CCSF?? Hmmm, I’m sure Rolovich had nothing to do with brokering that deal….

  19. LizKauai (iPhone) May 10, 2009 6:14 am

    Aloha Kakahiaka!
    Happy Mommy Day!

  20. LizKauai (iPhone) May 10, 2009 6:20 am

    CONGRATS to STEPHEN TSAI for being Nu
    Numbah Two BEST of da Best Journalist or whatevah da cake sed.

  21. d1島 May 10, 2009 6:22 am

    Great Morning All!

    Happy Mothers’ Day!

  22. d1島 May 10, 2009 6:22 am

    Eh Liz,

    Da coffee is ready!

  23. Loa May 10, 2009 6:23 am

    Happy Mother’s Day!

    looks like koakane had a good time last night
    hope everyone made it home safe and sound

  24. d1島 May 10, 2009 6:24 am

    Good Luck to Steele Jantz…

    Terrific time at the KKall…Mahalo to Rob25 for setting it up…and to all the Dancing Queens! 😯

  25. LizKauai (iPhone) May 10, 2009 6:24 am

    ((((HUGS)))) to Frank25 for being who he is and sharing that with us last night! It was a special night and full of love and blessings in so many ways!

  26. LizKauai (iPhone) May 10, 2009 6:25 am

    Ok d1

  27. chawan_cut May 10, 2009 6:42 am

    looks like you guys had tons of fun!

  28. wafan May 10, 2009 7:02 am

    Aloha Mrs. Pomai!

  29. chawan_cut May 10, 2009 7:02 am

    Happy Mother’s Day to all of you out there!

  30. Esme May 10, 2009 7:04 am


    Thank you for another awesome karaoke outing! Huge mahalos to Rob25, SteveM and others for organizing an absolutely epic evening. And I was so glad and grateful for Frank’s presence … godspeed to you …!

    :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen:

    And now … one IMPORTANT REQUEST:

    Many of you were present when a certain announcement was made last night re: ST.

    I stupidly forgot to remind everyone that the news I revealed actually must remain “secret” — that is, not for further public release — until the end of this month. (There is a certain date the info is meant to become public knowledge, but I have to ask the folks in charge, and as soon as I know it, I’ll post it in this blog and let ST know.)

    So please keep it under your hat for now until further notice. Thanks.

    (For those who were not present … I really apologize for being cryptic. It will all make sense very soon.)

    I’ll re-post this a few times through the day in case some folks miss this post … but I would also humbly ask that other Tsaikos also re-post this information periodically, so that any party guests who come on the blog would know.

    Thanks, gang. 😉

  31. Kekoa May 10, 2009 7:05 am

    Is it September yet?

  32. Esme May 10, 2009 7:07 am

    Huh. Dunno why only some of the mrgreens came out right. Sorry.


  33. Kekoa May 10, 2009 7:08 am

    Ok…heading to Waikiki for the beach services, to be with Pomai & Ohana.

    Happy Mother’s Day to all the Mom’s out there…and Koakane for being the mother hen of the PC chirrun!

  34. wafan May 10, 2009 7:13 am

    Esme . . .

    Does not matter — still came out in a nice pattern. HA!

  35. Rob25 May 10, 2009 7:15 am

    Good Morning all Tsaikos and Tsaikettes!!

    Okay, I didn’t get home until 2 this morning and didn’t get to sleep until 4, but I am up to thank everyone for such a wonderful time last night!!! *applause*

    Thanks to all my little helpers!!

    Frank had a great time. It felt like everyone did although we were missing some people, but we carried on like troopers. He is taking back some wonderful memories and pics.

    Congratulations ST on the win! If the Tsaikos had been involved, no doubt you would have come in first…I wonder if we should ask for a recount and check for hanging chads.

    Koakane looked like his last pic on the blog when I left home in good hands this morning. Thanks to all those that made sure that everybody got home safely!

    Colomaohana…you are such a sweetheart! Please give Eileen a BIG hug from us for the beautiful cake…it was very good and sweet. I am so glad that you came to join us and hope to see you at many more!! Thank you for the gifts…hehehe…just helping to keep the party going eh?!?!

    Wait, does what happen at kk’s, stay at kk’s like the cc’s? If that’s the case then we won’t talk about PP and her appearance. 😯


  36. Rob25 May 10, 2009 7:18 am


    Sorry Esme, I was typing as you were posting.

  37. Rob25 May 10, 2009 7:21 am

    Have a safe flight back Liz!! Thank you so much for coming…even if the TSA thought you were a terrorist and took you off of your original flight!!

  38. wafan May 10, 2009 7:25 am

    What?!?! Liz was suspected of being a poi carrying terrorist? Dang. Cannot judge a book . . .


    I still think those guys wanted to eat the poi and figured she would just give it up to make the flight.

  39. Rob25 May 10, 2009 7:36 am

    wafan – If those TSA people would have had Kekoa’s wonderful lomilomi salmon…which I BTW have the leftovers in the frig…then we would have never seen any of that poi!!

    You know…Liz is a woman of many colors. She surprises us all the time! That’s why we love her!!

  40. Rob25 May 10, 2009 7:37 am

    Guess that KK was too much for many to handle!! 🙄

  41. Rob25 May 10, 2009 7:39 am

    My thoughts and prayers go out to Pomai this morning as they get prepared to send Kuulei off on her final journey.

  42. Rob25 May 10, 2009 7:40 am

    Happy Birthday to Kevin Fujii!

  43. brew808 May 10, 2009 7:51 am

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  44. PIAA DS May 10, 2009 8:03 am

    ST….I know a D1AA looking for a QB, had someone come up ineligible – if Jantz needs a place have him email or call me.

  45. layson May 10, 2009 8:03 am

    michelle wie is 3 under thru 14 holes, 6 under total and t12
    christie kerr is 1 under thru 6 holes, 16 under total and leads currently

  46. Jason May 10, 2009 8:13 am

    I look weird in that picture. I think I had too much strawberry soda. 😀

  47. wafan May 10, 2009 8:21 am

    Nearly time for lunch!

  48. FloridaTed May 10, 2009 8:21 am

    Morning/afternoon, Tsaiko-Nation and Tsai-Meister,

    and to all our Tsaiko-Mutties, may you all have the kind of wonderful day you so richly deserve.

    Patti and I would love to participate with those fun Tsaiko-Karaoke outings. The two of us met while I was singing Karaoke at Charlie’s Bar in Hawaii Kai (attached to Zippies), over 20 years ago. I sang ” I’m crazy”, by Patsi Kline, lol, still holds true today.

    Boy, time sure is elusive…….

  49. Long Time UH Fan May 10, 2009 8:30 am

    Many thanks to all the KK reporters; we appreciate your postings; sounds like a good time was had by all …we miss you guys!

    Rob25, give a crisp snappy salute to Frank from me! Thank him for serving our country!

    ST, thanks for all the pix…great stuff!

  50. Long Time UH Fan May 10, 2009 8:32 am

    Happy Mother’s Day

  51. Rob25 May 10, 2009 8:44 am

    LTUHF – Will do…on the salute thingy! It was a great time as usual and surely missing your presence. Good to see you post…what a nice Mother’s day present to see you on the blog.

    Please give a big hug to Lorna and wish her a belated Happy Birthday!!

  52. whitey May 10, 2009 8:45 am

    Happy Mother’s Day

  53. Rob25 May 10, 2009 8:46 am

    Hi whitey! Wish you could have joined us last night!

  54. Rob25 May 10, 2009 8:47 am

    Mrs. A-House –

    FYI, that oh so good smelling cologne that Frank was wearing last night was Gucci!

  55. Stephen Tsai May 10, 2009 8:50 am

    I’m glad Mrs. Bulla got to see the real Ladies of the Eighties.

  56. Stephen Tsai May 10, 2009 8:51 am

    By the way, we need to whisper. A-Joe is trying to sleep.

  57. Rob25 May 10, 2009 8:54 am

    A-joe’s still sleeping…okay shhhhhhhhhhhhh

  58. Rob25 May 10, 2009 8:57 am

    ST…you were in fine form last night and you didn’t pull a groin or hammy which is always good.

    I have to get ready to go to brunch…guess I should wake Frank up!

  59. Da Punchbowl Kid May 10, 2009 9:19 am

    Happy Mother’s Day All! 🙂

    Looks like a great time had by all at the KK!

    Good luck to Steele wherever he ends up.

  60. koakane iphone May 10, 2009 9:23 am

    Hello how you mmmmmmmmm

  61. tom mui May 10, 2009 9:23 am

    ROB25 – I also join in saluting Frank and all our service people. I would do it in uniform but that was 30-40 pounds ago!

    Happy Mother’s Day!

    And STEVEM: you are terrific!

  62. Capitol -ist/WassupDoc May 10, 2009 9:44 am

    Aloha Kakahiaka:

    Happy Mother’s Day to all the women who read this blog. There’s a wonderful story on the the front page of The Other Downtown Daily about some friends of ours who’ve opened their home to dozens of kids.

    Hope to see some of the blog regulars at the WAC tournament later this month. DrDoc will be at the Utah Valley series although I’ll be at a conference in Nashville.

  63. whitey May 10, 2009 9:49 am

    rob25, thank you for thinking about us. we would like to extend our most sincerest thanks to frank for keeping us safe and letting all of us enjoy our lives to the fullest. without people like him, we would be in deep kim chee. mahalo nui loa frank and please tell all of your comrades, we truly appreciate all that they do. almost forgot, happy mother’s day rob25.

  64. JaM May 10, 2009 9:52 am

    Happy Mother’s Day to all the mommies out there!
    Rob25, SteveM and all who helped plan coordinate the KK last night ..Thank you! Brie, friend and I had a great time.

    Hi FT..really nice to see you up and posting!

    Aloha…. Ku’ulei.

  65. Rob25 May 10, 2009 9:59 am

    Good Morning JaM!

    Please tell Brie and her “friend” thanks for helping me to get all the stuff in my car. I forgot to tell them before you left…in all of the chaos at the end there.

    Have a wonderful day!

  66. JaM May 10, 2009 10:09 am


    They were happy to help! (Good keeds yeah!)

  67. myki May 10, 2009 10:10 am

    Happy Mothers Day to all moms everywhere!!

    Sounds like sj and I missed an awesome KK gathering. Rob25 please give Frank hugs and thanks from the two of us. I came down with my usual annual (can’t seem to get rid of) cold. With all the sneezing I was doing I opted to say home. sj had every intention of stopping by after the services but apparently parking was a problem so he came on home.

    Enjoyed the pics and comments shared on the blog!!

    You all a great Sunday

  68. myki May 10, 2009 10:11 am

    Oops meant to say have a great Sunday

  69. koakane™ May 10, 2009 10:32 am

    walking into the house 😕 wondering why get so many peeps here crap I was in city mill so brought duct tape …. now home

    first wishing all the lovely ladies a most excellent mommy day. as some wise watercress person said da men would be lost without you. so cheers to yu’all

    much mahalo’s to my rat pack for taking care of me I think. kudo’s to rob and frank for letting us celebrate with them. may we do many moa in the future. nice to see the tsai-ko gang again, you guys rock as usual, for those who neva make it for whatevas we miss’um you.

    nuff for now cause one side of brain is clogged up with cr and oddah side with patron. you killing me instigator killing me

  70. layson May 10, 2009 10:35 am

    michelle wie shot 2 under 69, 5 under total and t15 currently
    christie kerr is 1 under thru 15 holes, 16 under total and leads currently

  71. jm2375 May 10, 2009 10:46 am

    Good morning Tsai-kos!!

    Happy Mother’s Day to the Tsai-ko Mommies out there – too many to mention, so I won’t, lest I forget anyone. 😀

    Looks like a great time was had by all at the KK, as usual. The Tsai-kos know how to paaahtaaay.

    Have a great Sunday everyone. Still trying to get rid of this cough. It’s been 2 weeks! grrrrr….

  72. Colomaohana May 10, 2009 10:57 am

    Morning, Tsai-ko ohana!!

    *Owie!* That hurt my head….

    Mahalo Rob25 and Frank for a wonderful evening! You guys rock!

    ST: You did not let me down! You showed up; and pretty darn early, on top of that! hehehehe….

    K, going lay down again….my head still pounding..

  73. Colomaohana May 10, 2009 10:59 am

    Oh yeah…Happy Madaz Day!

  74. A-House May 10, 2009 11:18 am

    A most Happy Mother’s Day to all tsiakettes near and far and to all Moms around the world for you have inherited the greatest task in the world – being a Mom!!

    Speaking of happy Mom’s day, MasaBoy calls from work to wish Mrs A-House a happy day. Mrs. A-House then says that her day would be complete if Colt Brennan calls and I say I will hand over my entire Las Vegas kitty if that happens.

    Phone rings, and “Colty” is on the phone to wish her a happy Mother’s Day.

    OK, who is the dummy that gave Colt our unlisted phone #?

  75. A-House May 10, 2009 11:19 am


    COLT BRENNAN DID NOT CALL – he he, it was Mrs A-House pretending he called!!

    What a day this will be!!

  76. Garret May 10, 2009 11:42 am

    Happy Mother’s Day to all the Moms!

  77. Garret May 10, 2009 11:44 am

    Thank you to everyone for the reports on the KK! I’m glad that it sounds like everyone had a great time, and wish I could have gotten a chance to meet Frank and thank him in person for his service to our country.

  78. Garret May 10, 2009 11:45 am

    Another article mentions how the Browns might use David Veikune as an inside or outside LB. They are trying Veikune at inside LB first, which surprises me because all the pre-draft talk was focused on using him as a pass-rushing outside LB in a 3-4 D.

    As the draft continued, the Browns added David Veikune (No. 52) as part of the Jets deal. They believe he can play either inside or outside linebacker.

  79. Garret May 10, 2009 11:46 am

    I thought that the Browns took Maiava to be used at inside LB, but this reporter seems to think that he’ll be mainly used on special teams. If Veikune sticks at inside LB, then that would probably prevent Maiava from getting too many reps at inside LB.

    While on the subject of cleaning up my messes, I also wrote that fourth-rounder Kaluka Maiava was a career backup at USC, but the linebacker started as a senior and made second-team All-Pac-10. I do think his impact will be on special teams, where he was the captain of that unit at USC.

  80. Garret May 10, 2009 11:48 am

    Shawn Withy-Allen’s team lost, but he played well. He led his team to 50 points…but the other team scored 63.

    Fayetteville (5-3) led twice in the game. It got the first score, a 10-yard pass from Shawn Withy-Allen to Tymere Zimmerman to make the score 7-0. After Reading (7-2) responded with a pair of touchdowns, Fayetteville got a 35-yard TD pass from Withy-Allen to Walter Ford and a 21-yard field goal from Garry Cherry to forge ahead 16-14.

    Withy-Allen completed 23-of-43 passes for 279 yards with two interceptions. He also led the team in rushing with 66 yards on seven carries.

  81. Garret May 10, 2009 11:50 am

    Not only did Withy-Allen lead his team in rushing, he threw 6 TD passes.

    Behind quarterback Shawn Withy-Allen, the Guard continued to battle back. Withy-Allen threw for 279 yards and six touchdowns.

  82. BG May 10, 2009 11:50 am

    Thanks to the great folks who made the KK happen last night…Rob25 for sponsoring…all the people who came early to get things set up…SteveM for the prodigious amount of setup he’s being doing for the last couple of months…and the many who quietly make sure everything goes well.

    But, the one required ingredient is the folks (Tsaikos, Moms, and friends) who come from every where and from a diverse cross section of backgrounds to become instant ohana. I stood next to Bulla and together we surveyed the high energy camaraderie and the positive energy bouncing off the walls…and said his mantra, “Making memories”. Fantastic!

    Gotta make sure I BN (brown n….) up to our host! ST certainly brought a certain level of “creative” and inspiration fun to the party! He got people soaring! Hey Wena! Is this the guy you thought you married? If we had taped it, it would have made an incredible Christmas gift for the kids! “Nah..that can’t be dad!”

    And, of course, the kudos should definitely go to the wonderful couple, Robyn and Frank. Rob put on a memorable event for her hubby, and Frank was the ultimate sport in jumping whole heartedly into everything that was asked of him…and it was a lot! From being in photos to standing up front as a tribute (“Hero”) was played/sung to him, to having a heart felt dance on center stage. From the way he carries himself to the way he inter-acts with folks, I’m absolutely proud to see a soldier’s soldier. Duty. Honor. Integrity

    Thank you everyone…for another Tsaiko memory!

  83. BG May 10, 2009 11:51 am

    Happy Mothers’ Day everyone!

    Myki…please get well soon

  84. Garret May 10, 2009 11:51 am

    This article states that Buffalo should sign Pisa. With Buffalo not filling their LB needs in the draft and in free agency, it looks like Sol picked a good team to try out for.

    After failing to fully address linebacker in free agency and the draft, the Bills should pursue Piso Tinoisamoa. Tinoisamoa is a tackling machine and would instantly be a marquee defensive signing to a wild off-season.

  85. Garret May 10, 2009 11:53 am

    I didn’t realize that Pisa had career highs for sacks and tackles last season! I do think that 220 pounds is light for a strongside LB in the NFL…I thought that Pisa was near his listed 240 pounds.

    This is kind of surprising news. Tinoisamoa put up good overall numbers, posting career highs in tackles and sacks.

    Pisa, at 220 lbs, is a little smallish for the strong-side. We speculated this might be coming earlier in the spring.

  86. Garret May 10, 2009 11:58 am

    Utah’s President and the commissioner of the MWC are really fighting hard against the BCS system. The WAC commisioner and UH’s President are quite silent on this issue, with Karl Benson actually saying some nice things about the BCS system recently and with the WAC signing the BCS agreement that the MWC has refused to sign.

    Previous antitrust inquiries have not gone anywhere, BCS officials say, but the threat of Congressional intervention helped spur the changes that gave Utah qualifying access in 2004. The system has become more accommodating since then, with the creation of a fifth BCS game.

    The MWC still wants guaranteed access and more money, which it hopes results from some combination of Congress, the courts and an appeal to the BCS power brokers. Young wonders how administrators can preach fairness and equitable treatment on their campuses, yet endorse this system. Apparently, other than Machen, that has not bothered them.

    “He seems to be pretty much the lone voice,” Young said. “I have a lot of admiration for Bernie for speaking out on this.”

  87. Garret May 10, 2009 12:01 pm

    The ACC’s commssioner (who is the BCS coordinator this year) says that the $500 million TV deal for the BCS bowls would not be affected if the MWC refuses to participate…and I’m guessing ESPN would agree with that.

    The MWC is pushing the revenue issue, which Thompson testified is “grossly inequitable,” even more than the competition aspect. The BCS defense is basically that the television rights fees — ESPN has agreed to a $500 million contract for the bowl games of 2011-14 — would be unaffected without the MWC’s involvement, but would suffer greatly without the Southeastern Conference, for example.

    That’s what John Swofford, the Atlantic Coast Conference commissioner who’s taking his turn as the BCS coordinator, meant when he testified that the system “represents the marketplace.”

  88. BG May 10, 2009 12:04 pm


    I don’t think too many folks know that Pisa played his senior year at around 208. That was directly from the horse’s mouth. 240 would be way too high for him.

  89. Garret May 10, 2009 12:05 pm

    Washington State is ranked the #114 team in the country by the NY Times.

    The good news is that with only 12 games on this year’s schedule, it will be hard for the Cougars to match last season’s loss total.

    Wulff’s first season back in Pullman was a disappointment. The biggest problem? The Cougars are as bereft of talent as any B.C.S. conference team in the country. This should be Wulff’s primary mission: hit the recruiting trail hard and find overlooked prospects who can grow and develop in his system.

    Game(s) to watch: The Apple Cup, of course. But for Washington State’s sake, it better beat both Hawaii and S.M.U. out of conference. If the Cougars go 0-3 in non-conference play, they’ll be facing the specter of a winless season.

    It’s really no surprise to see Washington State predicted to finish at the bottom of the Pac-10. Quite simply, this is the least talented team in the conference – even more so than 0-12 Washington, which was hurt more by injuries and a lack of confidence last season than below-average talent.

  90. Garret May 10, 2009 12:07 pm


    Pisa was 208 at UH? Wow…I agree with you that 240 would be too high for him then, but 220 is really light for a strongside OLB in the NFL. Pisa needs the right system that emphasizes speed over side, as it seems more and more teams are going for size at LB.

  91. Garret May 10, 2009 12:10 pm

    Washington State has a big problem with depth, and they just lost one of their returning players to a horrible auto accident.

    The younger Mackay, a freshman defensive end at Washington State, was seriously injured Thursday evening in a one-vehicle accident seven miles west of Washtucna as he returned home to Redmond from final exams. The Eastlake High product had a three-hour surgery Friday to fuse fractured vertebrae.

    In an interview Saturday evening at Harborview Medical Center, his father said damage to Cory’s spinal cord was “minimal.” As for feeling below the waist, Don Mackay said his son has “tingling” in one leg.

  92. Mr C May 10, 2009 12:11 pm

    Hello Tsaikos. Can we all say food.
    Happy Mother’s Day to my wife and all the mothers out there.

    Rob25 thanks for hosting a great KK.
    Frank was a pleasure to meet you. Be safe and return home soon so we can consume beverages with Ben and Amy. Thanks for fighting for our country again.

    Early congrats for next week. Will call u when our kids need math tutoring.

    Koakane and Homey
    Glad you guys safe and in one piece, to and from KK. That is a classic. Can u say 422-2222.

    Da bestest lomi salmon ever. I think danger i work close too your house, bumbay my clothes not going fit.

    A Joe
    Will tell my co-worker to give you a call so you guys can catch up. I tell u what a small world, everyone will be eventually connected or reunited.
    A Sports
    Thanks for clarifying my 3 yr phone message hold up. Hopefully will get resolved soon.

    Mrs A House
    Your secret is safe with me, just as long as you keep bringing the winnah boiled peanuts. No worry A House, she was safe, lucky i was at the right place at the right time.

    Will call you to help with GE.

    And everyone else at KK, thanks for having us again, it was great food, great friends, and great beverages.

  93. Garret May 10, 2009 12:13 pm

    BSU is looking at ways to use Facebook to promote their Athletic Department.

    A fantastic performance in a big game can launch a player to stardom. A hastily and inappropriately written 10-word Facebook update can tear him down.

    That was never more clear than last month, when reports surfaced that NFL teams troll social-networking sites to gain insight into prospects.

    “You’ve definitely got to conduct yourself well on there to create a positive image,” said senior cornerback Kyle Wilson, a top prospect for the 2010 NFL Draft.

    Football players at Texas (Facebook) and Oklahoma (YouTube) were dismissed from their teams last season for inappropriate posts.

    At BSU, defensive end Jarrell Root broke news about his broken leg on Facebook in November and wide receiver Austin Pettis caused an online stir by making wisecracks about Boise in Facebook updates during spring break.

    BSU’s athletic department is about to make a social-networking splash. It already has a Facebook page, under Buster Bronco. The site is used mostly to promote smaller events like soccer games and volleyball matches to Buster’s friends.

    This summer, BSU expects to launch a YouTube page that could include video, interviews and commercials – short segments that can be shared easily. And the department is researching Twitter to find a use for that site. Many athletic departments use Twitter to send links to their latest news.

    Other social-networking tools BSU might use are blogs, player diaries and interactive question-and-answer sessions. Petersen will be involved in some way, said Brad Larrondo, BSU’s senior assistant athletic director for promotions and marketing.

    “I definitely know we’re moving that direction with our Web content – fans being able to interact,” Larrondo said. “The big buzz word is connection. What you create is probably that fan loyalty É having people feel like they are part of the program.”

  94. Garret May 10, 2009 12:14 pm

    The ACC is not going to send a team to the blue turf for the Humanitarian Bowl.

    The league said Friday the Mobile, Ala.-based GMAC Bowl will replace the Humanitarian Bowl in Boise, Idaho, in the conference’s postseason lineup.

  95. BG May 10, 2009 12:15 pm

    Gotta go do some other stuff…but wanted to congratulate the Bows on their sweep of Fresno yesterday. Even more than wins, I highly prize being able to get-up, dust yourself off, and get the job done after you’ve been knocked on your arse 7 straight times. That’s right in synch with A-Joe’s “Knocked down 7, get up 8” saying. Perfect seasons are absolutely incredible…but learning life lessons are just as important, I think.


  96. Garret May 10, 2009 12:17 pm

    That is all that Google Reader gave me that I will post (I could probably do another 50 articles that are Warriors related in some way)…it was nice to kick back after a long day out of the house and blog, but my kids will wake up from their nap soon and I’m going to take care of them to give Lori a break for Mother’s Day.

  97. curveball May 10, 2009 12:19 pm

    Great night last night.. not such a great morning… to bad you guys dont know how to have fun..ST should have gone into the music business….


  98. Rob25 May 10, 2009 12:20 pm

    Okay, so this is how small the world can be sometimes.

    We were at our Mother’s Day brunch and my mom starts telling me that she went to services for a really good friend of hers from small kid time. She starts off saying that she had come home from the mainland for another funeral and I stop her to say, “Kuulei?”

    She says yes and asks how I know so I tell her about Pomai and the blog. Well, she was Kuulei’s Maid of Honor at her first marriage and she was my mom’s Maid of Honor at my mom’s first marriage. She’s even met Pomai in the past.

    It’s just amazing the degrees of separatiion there are in life!

    A fond aloha to Kuulei!

  99. BG May 10, 2009 12:23 pm


    For sure, 220# is too light for SLB. He’s gotta find the right fit and a 3-4 team is not the answer.

    BBL for sure this time.

  100. djmitcho May 10, 2009 12:23 pm

    Happy Mother’s Day to All the Moms!!

    Looks like everyone had a good time at the KK last night. Someday I will be able to make it to one.

  101. SteveM May 10, 2009 12:36 pm

    Good day and Happy Mother’s Day!

    It was a great Karaoke Call with Rob25 and Frank25 last night. I think the best BIG call at Krazy Karaoke yet! I admit I entered with some trepidation, since this party had so many secrets and behind-the-scenes moving parts. Still got secrets, I see, but, no worries with our veteran party group. 🙂

    A big shout-out to Stretch who was instrumental behind the scenes as usual…and to Rob25 & Frank for being great hosts!

    Although the first hour of the Song Request tickets was slower than anticipated, It did work to the extent that the last requested song finished a minute before we were cut off. This meant that everyone who put in a song request got to sing their song before we had to leave. It allowed us stop easily and have the secret presentation program and get special host requests in. (If we do this again, ST is the default host). 😉

    A disturbing fact is that Peaches marked every song and kept every ticket–and we only played 75 songs total. Even allowing for the short program, that means we would average 80 or less in a 5 hour period (the song queue always had a song in it). So songs averaged over 3.5 minutes and I had overestimated the 90 tickets that were made– fortunately they were not all used. Bottom line: 5-hours at KK is around 80 songs (depending on type).

  102. Addahknowsports© May 10, 2009 12:48 pm

    Gooooooood Morning Tsaikoland!

    Happy Mother’s Day to all the mommies out there!

    Sounds like everyone had a great time last night. I know I did, and I’m pretty sure a-joe did.

    Was just looking at pics and watching the vids of last night with a-joe just now. The Tsaikos rocked the house last night!

  103. Stretch May 10, 2009 12:50 pm

    ASports – so how’s AJoe doing this fine morning??

  104. Rob25 May 10, 2009 1:00 pm

    I like watch videos with you guys!

    Uh, that was for A-sports in case some sickos are lurking! 😯

    I’m tired…need nap bad!

  105. Rob25 May 10, 2009 1:01 pm

    djmitcho…come home again and we’ll have one for you and we can have a Mafia Wars theme to it…

  106. Brie May 10, 2009 1:07 pm

    Good morning everyone (:
    Happy Mother’s Day to all the moms out there !

    BIG THANK YOU to everyone who made last night possible, it was suuuuuuupah fun!
    My friend, mom, and I all had a great time!
    Xie xie nin (:

  107. Rob25 May 10, 2009 1:17 pm

    Thanks for all of your help Brie +1! I am so glad you made it because it’s probably fun watching some of us oldies “party like it’s 1999” 😯 Wait, that’s already passed…no wonder we are so funny to watch!!!!!

  108. LizKauai (iPhone) May 10, 2009 1:31 pm

    What a day! Mahalo to all for a fantastic 20 hours of Tsai-ok fix! Who would guess that rap, country, falsetto, Phantom and Krall can segue smoothly through the night!
    Is A-Joe still asleep?
    Special aloha to curveball and the d1shimas for a great time! And to Kekoa for being ready to bail me out of poi-jail!
    Go! ing home on wings of Kuuleialoha, Blessings and memories made!

    PS. ST is a fantastic dancer. Hi and LOW!!!

  109. Addahknowsports© May 10, 2009 1:38 pm


    I have just one word……………hanging.

    I got up at 7:45 this morning and scrambled to get to Ku’ulei’s memorial at the beach. A-joe was slumped over the computer. I missed the whole service and got there just as catamaran was going out. I hung out with Kekoa, Diana, d1, Mei Ling, LizK while waited for catamaran to come back in.
    I’m so glad I got to meet Pomai and daughter. It will be nice to see them at future Tsaiko events.
    When I got home, a-joe was in same position as when I left. Pulled out the camera to show him the pictures taken with Pomai and Ku’ulei and of last night. Good thing there were pictures because he didn’t remember how great a time he had last night. He was like, “Wow! I sang with so-and-so?” and “I did THAT?!”

    Mr. C-
    He thinks he remembers the conversation about your co-worker that he knows.

    Stretch and Pride-

    So after I saw you guys off, I heard ka-tunk-ka-tunk noises in the house so I ran up the stairs. He was flat on his back on the bed. Suddenly he says, “Call Stretch!”
    I say, “WHAT! WHY? Why do we have to call Stretch RIGHT NOW!
    He says, “Tell dat bruddah I love him.” I know he meant you too, Pride. When he got up this morning, he said “Who brought me home?” I said, “Everybody.” He said he remembers Pride and Stretch’s voices.
    I want to thank you for both very much for helping me get him up the stairs. He thanks you both for not having to pull a Homey and spend the night in the back of the pick-up.
    ST and Wena-
    Thank you both for coming home with us to make sure all was okay.
    Dara- Thank you for helping me carry stuff up to the house.
    Everyone, thank you ALL for your deep concern.

    Now about last night….
    That party started off a little slow, but by the end of the night it was ROCKIN’.

    Rob25 and Frank-

    Thank you sooooo much for being such terrific hosts! Frank, it brought tears to my eyes to see you enjoying yourself so much. That’s what coming home is all about.

    SteveM and Peaches and Mei Ling-

    Thanks for the song coordination!

    The food was ono as usual. Fresh lomi salmon (not lomi tomato) and fresh poi was indescribable beyond words.
    Homey, thanks for behaving.
    Koakane, well….that’s another story. Nah nah nah….although you did manage to squeeze yourself into every single picture.
    Koa-mahu, sistah/bruddah/thang. I know you was hiding out someplace in dat room. I hope you wen put your foot outside of the closet and boogied.

    Was good to finally get to talk to the mommies and meet the Advertiser peeps.

    As soon as a-joe is back on track, we’ll probably have photos and vids up.

    ST, Lefty and a-joe-

    Thank you all, my friends!

  110. Addahknowsports© May 10, 2009 1:52 pm


    That is a nice/funny story about your mom knowing Ku’uleialoha. Kinda spooky too.

  111. warrior4life May 10, 2009 1:57 pm

    hi joe napeahi looks good when i saw him at a party in hilo last week he look like he lost plenty of weight .napeahi playing o line with coach shaw has his o line coach mean action. go warrior come out and play.

  112. AlaWaiPipeLayer May 10, 2009 2:13 pm

    ST, Here’s a funny clip of Dom DeLuise on the Tonight Show

  113. ai-ee-soos May 10, 2009 2:58 pm

    warrior4life: re #111.

    Thanks for the update on Joe Napeahi. Yup, I think Coach Shaw and Joe will hit it off real good.

    How’s Joe’s academics ? Did he complete all the requirements to enroll this Fall ?

    Hoping for the best for Joe.

  114. whitey May 10, 2009 3:23 pm

    AlaWaiPL, thanks for the video. funnnnnnnnyyyyyy!!!!!!!

  115. wafan May 10, 2009 3:25 pm

    Well, I am sure everyone will recover completely by tomorrow! In the meantime, take care of yourselves and drink lots of water!!!

    Oh, and stay away from bright lights and loud sounds.


  116. curveball May 10, 2009 3:30 pm

    Well Nevada finally beat Sac St 7-6 today…..

  117. MeiLing May 10, 2009 3:52 pm

    Happy Mommy’s Day to all of the Tsaiko moms & Mr. Moms!

    I think I need a nap after going to brunch with Kekoa & Diana after the memorial for Ku’ulei. Mahalo!

    WhooWhee! What a KK…Mahalo to Rob25 & Frank for allowing us to party with you. Frank, know that we will have you in our prayers while you are away.

    SteveM, thanks for working out the song queue program. I think if LizK’s poi hadn’t been held up, we would have gotten off to a faster start at the beginning. 🙂

    ST, you were in great form last night!

    The new Rat Pack, you guys are phat!

    Great company, great fuud, lots of fun, & lots of tsinging…priceless combination. Happy birthday May ‘babies’! Congrats, Jason!

    Congrats to the Bows on their wins!

  118. Esme May 10, 2009 4:26 pm

    Low, low, low, low, low … lolo lolo …

    … oh!

    Wh-what? *rubbing eyes* Wooo, I had this really weird dream that ST was dancing, and …


  119. LizKauai (iPhone) May 10, 2009 4:33 pm

    One of the best moments came this morning when Pomai’s daughter made a comment about the Tsai-ko Ohana. She was impressed with the true family love we have for each other- even when we don’t know each other’s regular names and only go by handles!
    It’s really true. Tsai-ko aloha transcends all the little things that people often allow to come between each other.
    To see bulla and Pride and a room full of people summon a spiritual blanket of love and protection for Frank25 was a tremendously moving moment for me. Amidst all the fun and silliness there was true connection and a wonderful reminder that for all that we have been given in this world, we are truly grateful.

  120. LizKauai (iPhone) May 10, 2009 4:35 pm

    Esme- did you hear the new theme song last night? “homey, homey” ! :mrgreen:

  121. Kekoa May 10, 2009 5:23 pm

    Vog/Smog/Fog/Blues Crews ‘Hangover Sunday’ afternoon everybody!

    Continued healing prayers for all who were smitten by the *KK* bug…H E A L!!…(especially you, Mr. A-Joe).

    Recovery time alloted for Tsaiko veterans is normally 18 hours. Because this party was an exception, you all have been granted an extension to a full 24 hours.

  122. LizKauai (iPhone) May 10, 2009 5:49 pm

    Kekoa, if ever there was a need for another Tsick Call, it was prolly today!

    Which is really cool because it was at the Tsick Call in NOLA that we got to spend time with Ku’uleialoha! I was talking to Pomai’s daughter about that day and how the Tsai-kos from everywhere gathered- and how Uku from LA’s ti leaves blew away all other to leaves at the Sugar Bowl!

  123. LizKauai (iPhone) May 10, 2009 5:51 pm

    Dang auto speller. TI leaves !

  124. Esme May 10, 2009 5:55 pm


    Many of you were present when a certain announcement was made last night re: ST.

    (this is a repeat from earlier, for the evening crew)

    Errr … I stupidly forgot to remind everyone that the news I revealed last night actually must remain “secret” — that is, not for further public release — until the end of this month. (There is a certain date the info is meant to become public knowledge, but I have to ask the folks in charge, and as soon as I know it, I’ll post it in this blog and let ST know.)

    So please keep it under your hat for now until further notice. Thanks.

    (For those who were not present at the KK … I really apologize for being cryptic. It will all make sense very soon, I promise.)

    Thanks, all. :mrgreen:

  125. Esme May 10, 2009 5:56 pm

    Okaaaayyy … I dunno WHAT happened there. My Mac hates me today, I guess. Let me try again. It should have looked like this:


    (this is a repeat from earlier, for the evening crew)

    Errr … I stupidly forgot to remind everyone that the news I revealed last night actually must remain “secret” — that is, not for further public release — until the end of this month. (There is a certain date the info is meant to become public knowledge, but I have to ask the folks in charge, and as soon as I know it, I’ll post it in this blog and let ST know.)

    So please keep it under your hat for now until further notice. Thanks.

    (For those who were not present at the KK … I really apologize for being cryptic. It will all make sense very soon, I promise.)

    Thanks, all. :mrgreen:

  126. Kekoa May 10, 2009 6:09 pm

    Just a reminder that on the 4th of July, our next big Tsaiko celebration will be held on the Windward side. Plans have been in the works for a Tsummer Tspectacular to welcome our LoCal Tsaiko president back to the islands.

    ~ The amazing *Tsaiko All Star Band* will be back together again to entertain the masses.

    Circle that 4th of July date on your calenders, as more information will appear on this blog and on SteveM’s website in the next few weeks.

    You know how much fun we have when we get the whole group together as evidenced by last night’s gathering, so you won’t want to miss this one! Drop me a email note if you want to team up with me and Koakane to make this a summer spectacular at kekoa22ataoldotcom

  127. brew808 May 10, 2009 6:12 pm

    Okay, in case you didn’t see/read Esme‘s message(s) above….

    Esme: May 10th, 2009 at 5:55 pm


    Many of you were present when a certain announcement was made last night re: ST.

    (this is a repeat from earlier, for the evening crew)

    Errr … I stupidly forgot to remind everyone that the news I revealed last night actually must remain “secret” — that is, not for further public release — until the end of this month. (There is a certain date the info is meant to become public knowledge, but I have to ask the folks in charge, and as soon as I know it, I’ll post it in this blog and let ST know.)

    So please keep it under your hat for now until further notice. Thanks.

    (For those who were not present at the KK … I really apologize for being cryptic. It will all make sense very soon, I promise.)

    Thanks, all. :mrgreen:

    🙄 😆 🙄 😆 🙄 😆 🙄 😆 🙄 😆 🙄 😆 🙄 😆 🙄 😆 🙄 😆 🙄 😆 🙄 😆 🙄 😆 🙄 😆

  128. LizKauai (iPhone) May 10, 2009 6:14 pm

    July 4 is on my calendar!!!

  129. brew808 May 10, 2009 6:16 pm

    Hi Liz!!! 😀

  130. brew808 May 10, 2009 6:18 pm

    Let’s see if this works…. 🙄

    ~•~~~~•~ ♪ ♫ ♪ Hi everyone! I hope you had a terrific Mother’s Day with your families & friends. I wanted to send one more Mother’s Day greeting to a special member of our Tsaiko/Warrior Beat ‘ohana…. ♫ ♪ ♫

    ❀ ❀ ❀ ❀ ❀ ❀ ❀ ..Happy..Mother’s..Day!!!.. ❀ ❀ ❀ ❀ ❀ ❀ ❀

    ❀ ❀ ❀ ❀ ❀ ❀ ❀ ❀ ❀ ❀ ❀ ❀ ❀ ❀ ❀ ❀ ❀ ❀ ❀ ❀ ❀ ❀ ❀ ❀ ❀ ❀ ❀ ❀ ❀ ❀
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  131. Kekoa May 10, 2009 6:23 pm

    Esme ~ I’m having a tough time keeping this highly classified information under my hat. Like everyone in the room last night, I ate so much, my hat no fit!…Plus if you tell Homey anything, it is already posted on all the men’s room stalls in Waipahu by now.

  132. chawan_cut May 10, 2009 6:44 pm

    wow brew, you good.

  133. brew808 May 10, 2009 6:52 pm

    Okay – I had to clean it up. Let’s try this one more time… 🙄

    ~•~~~~•~ ♪ ♫ ♪ Hi everyone! I hope you had a terrific Mother’s Day with your families & friends. I wanted to send a special Mother’s Day greeting to a key member of our Tsaiko/Warrior Beat ‘ohana…. ♫ ♪ ♫

    ❀ ❀ ❀ ❀ ❀ ❀ ❀ ..Happy..Mother’s..Day!!!.. ❀ ❀ ❀ ❀ ❀ ❀ ❀

    ❀ ❀ ❀ ❀ ❀ ❀ ❀ ❀ ❀ ❀ ❀ ❀ ❀ ❀ ❀ ❀ ❀ ❀ ❀ ❀ ❀ ❀ ❀ ❀ ❀ ❀ ❀ ❀ ❀ ❀ ❀ ❀
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  134. Kekoa May 10, 2009 6:52 pm

    Brew ~ You’ll be happy to know that Wena had a most enjoyable time at the KK last night. She seemed especially proud of her hubby’s smooth super star performance of crowd favorites like *The Lion Sleeps Tonight!*

    I’m thinking ST was giving Wena his best effort as an early Mother’s Day tribute to her.

  135. brew808 May 10, 2009 7:08 pm


  136. addahknowjoe May 10, 2009 7:42 pm

    I don’t even remember this part of the nite. But, apparently it happened:


    BIG Mahalo to all who participated in my “Homey Safe Home Program” last night. First class delivery.

    To all our moms who have Tsaikos and Tsaikettes for kids-


  137. Garret May 10, 2009 8:04 pm


    You really can somehow make art with the limited numbers of characters and symbols the blog software allows. I’m impressed!

  138. Garret May 10, 2009 8:05 pm

    I like this analysis about Samson.

    Another move I like is their trade for 2 year veteran Center Samson Satele. Satele was a bright spot on the offense of the 1-15 2007 Dolphins, but was a poor scheme fit and a weak spot on Tony Sparano’s line. So the Raiders, who run a scheme that is much closer to Cam Cameron than Bill Parcells, trade a late round draft pick to fix their Center situation. He will play in between two guys in Robert Gallery and Cooper Carlisle who have enjoyed success on the Raider OL in the past, under Cable.

  139. Garret May 10, 2009 8:10 pm

    Too bad that it appears the Warriors were beaten out for this recruit. His list of schools who have offered him scholarships is impressive, which is why him picking Indiana is puzzling to me. I guess he wants to play right away and feels that UH has more talent at CB next year than Indiana.

    This guy was talented enough out of high school to be recruited by the top programs, and he would have gone to Florida if he had the grades. With that existing relationship with Florida, I’m surprised he didn’t accept their offer this time around.

    In pledging to the Hoosiers, Kates walked away from interest from a slew of big-name programs, most notably Florida (where he committed out of high school), Oklahoma, UCLA and Hawaii, among others.

    “It was tough to say no to some of those other schools, I’m not going to lie,” Kates said. “People still tell me now that I’m crazy for picking Indiana. But that’s alright, I’m happy with my choice.”

    While Indiana doesn’t have the tradition that many of those others programs do, what it does have is a great opportunity for Kates to step in and make a huge impact. Cornerback continues to be a position of need for the Hoosiers in the 2010 class, and Kates plans to fill that void immediately.

  140. Garret May 10, 2009 8:10 pm

    Free play link time. Please ignore my next 5 posts if you do not want to read the off-topic stuff.

    Researchers used a patient’s own stem cells to reverse type 1 diabetes…successfully treated patients no longer need insulin to control their blood sugar!

  141. Garret May 10, 2009 8:11 pm

    A hormonal imbalance brought on by giving birth apparently resulted in this woman developing an allergy to *water* (aquagenic urticaria)! A drop of water on her skin causes a painful burning rash. She can only drink Diet Coke and can only shower for 10 seconds once per week. There are 30 known people with this condition in the world.

  142. Garret May 10, 2009 8:11 pm

    Paraguay’s President (who was a bishop before being elected President and campaigned about being a moral force for change) has now been hit with *3* paternity suits for kids he allegedly had with women when he was a bishop…he admitted paternity when the first woman came forward and now there are rumors that he fathered children with more than these three women.

  143. Garret May 10, 2009 8:11 pm

    Study found that how much people smile in old photos can predict their future success with marriage.

  144. Garret May 10, 2009 8:12 pm

    Study found that eating a lot of fruits and vegetables actually *increases* the chances for smokers to get colon cancer! Nonsmokers reduce their colon cancer chance by eating lots of fruits and vegetables, but smokers have the opposite result.

  145. Garret May 10, 2009 8:12 pm

    Free play links pau.

  146. A fan down under May 10, 2009 8:12 pm

    Very very happy Mother’s Day to all Mothers in this world. And its very nice work to arrange party for Frank Vierra.

  147. LizKauai (iPhone) May 10, 2009 8:21 pm

    What a great Mommy Day! Not only a delicious dinner with family but also a perfect present! I’ll put it up on my blog later.
    Son Aaron cooked dinner, son Steven made a perfect batch of brownies and Aaron’s dad-in-law made a delicious German chocolate cake!
    A-Sports will like my present.

    A-Joe, can’t see the bid on my iPhone. Gotta wait to get home. Glad to hear you survived!!!

  148. LizKauai (iPhone) May 10, 2009 8:22 pm


  149. brew808 May 10, 2009 8:37 pm

    UH Wahine didn’t get an invite. 🙁 UNR and FS will represent the WAC. Still… – Congratulations to the Wahiine on a solid season, and especially to the Seniors for several seasons of outstanding play and enjoyment for the fans! 😆


  150. brew808 May 10, 2009 8:38 pm

    😳 Wahine 😳

  151. brew808 May 10, 2009 8:40 pm

    Re: Samson

    Cable is an OL guy…. so I hope he had (and continues to have) a say with Samson. It’s really hard to tell what goes on with the Raiders with Al in charage of everything…. 😀 🙄 😀

  152. brew808 May 10, 2009 8:43 pm

    C_C, Garret – Thanks for the props. I suppose the version in #130 would have looked fine around this time, last night at the KK…. 😯 😆 🙄

  153. Kazz May 10, 2009 8:46 pm


  154. Kazz May 10, 2009 9:00 pm


    Expecting an invite with the Wahine RPI in the 90’s would be a bit much, BUT just the fact that a few talking heads at ESPN-U even gave UH softball consideration is just a testament to what Coach Coolen has built over the years, especially the past few seasons.

    But yeah, very good season overall considering the concerns at pitcher in the beginning of the season, then starting 3-11 to winning ALL their conference series except for one and that just happened to be the very same team that eliminated the Wahine out of the WAC tournament.

    No worries though, Wahine softball in 2010 looks very promising!!!

    We all know what 2010 Sophomore Stephanie Ricketts is capable of after her performance this past year earning her the 2009 WAC Freshman of the Year honors, but there is word of a un-named left-handed Australian pitcher coming to Manoa in 2010 to hopefully compliment Ricketts and take some of the pressure off of her.


    Still looking to really see what 2008 blue chip recruit Kelly Majam can do. Hopefully the injury she sustained in the fall of 2008 is nothing but a memory.

    Not to mention the addition of the two newest Rainbow Wahine (knocks on wood):

    Jessica Iwata is a 5-6, middle infielder from Kauai High School. “Jessica is quick, has great hands, and has an incredible softball IQ,” says Coolen. “She can hit to all fields with power and will be a great addition to our team.” Iwata hit .467 for the Red Raiders as a junior shortstop in 2008. Her many accolades include being voted all-league 2006, ‘07, and ‘08; named the 2007 league Player of the Year; selected to Honolulu Advertiser’s 2007 and ‘08 DII all-state tournament team; was the 2008 Honolulu Advertiser DII state tournament’s Most Valuable Player; and earned 2007 DII all-state honorable mention honors. Iwata has been coached at Kauai High by Darell Borrero. Iwata plays for the Guava Jam club team, coached by Guy Oshiro and James Millwood, that won the 16-under Hawai‘i ASA state title. She played numerous positions for the Guava Jam team, including third base, catcher, outfield, and shortstop.

    Brittani Bertussi, a 5-6 middle infielder, helped lead her Granite Hills High School team to the 2008 CIF Division I title. As a freshman shortstop, she was named Defensive Player of the Year and was second team all-league. The past two seasons, she has earned back-to-back Offensive Player of the Year honors while making first-team all-league both years. As a junior, she also garnered a pair of Most Valuable Pitcher awards for the Falcon Fiesta Tournament and she has been nominated for Athlete of the Year at Granite HS every year of her standout career.

    “What really stood out about Brittani, was that she is a strong but quiet leader on the field,” Coolen states. “She has good range, excellent hands, and is so versatile she can play anywhere on the field with outstanding instincts. Bertussi is a spray hitter who hits for power and is smart in situational hitting. She will make an immediate impact.” She was member of the 18-U Mizuno Pride Gold club team which current Rainbow Wahine Amanda Tauali‘i and Mikalemi Tagab-Cruz both played for. Since 2007, Bertussi has played with the 18-U SoCal Breakers, with current Hawai‘i player Kelly Majam. This past season, Bertussi set a new Breakers’ club-record with a .413 batting average while posting team highs in hits (52), doubles (10), home runs (7), runs batted in (39) and slugging percentage (.683).

    These three plus the returning of current freshman starters Makani Duhaylonsod-Kaleimamahu and Dara Pagaduan provide experience at the college level to compliment 2010 seniors Katie Grimes, Kanani Pu’u-Warren, Traci Yoshikawa, and Amanda Tauali’i.

  155. d1島 May 10, 2009 9:19 pm

    Terrific weekend….
    Mahalo Tsaikos!

    Erryboddy gotta rally tomorrow and have a terrific week!


  156. madeinhawaii May 10, 2009 9:22 pm


    Someone should write for a grant to study the relationship between fair-weathered fans vs all-weather fans and their divorce rates. That might make an interesting study.

  157. madeinhawaii May 10, 2009 9:24 pm

    It was good to see Pomoi last night and to find him in such good spirits. I hope the scattering of ashes went smoothly today.

  158. Ralph May 10, 2009 9:44 pm

    Kazz Na Wahine lose their starting LF and RF….Aquirre and Tagab-Cruz are OF without much playing Time this season.. Coolen needs a few more recruits for competition at various positions and that adds depth…

  159. jojo ® May 10, 2009 9:46 pm

    Thanks Stephen Tsai for dancing/prancing on camera….

  160. Stephen Tsai May 10, 2009 9:46 pm

    You know, you have a few (shots), and, well, it all becomes a blur.

  161. Ralph May 10, 2009 9:52 pm

    UH also needs a shortstop…lots of holes to fill…hope the Aussie pitcher shows up…Ricketts will be better next season but a better situation to have is having two aces sharing the innings

  162. Stephen Tsai May 10, 2009 9:58 pm

    I’m thinking the Aussie and Ricketts will handle the pitching.
    They’re set at catcher (Grimes), first base (Taualii), second base (Pagaduan) and one of the outfield spots (Pu‘u-Warren).
    Majam, who’s the blue-chipper, gets one of the outfield spots. I figure Gonzalez can either play short, third or left field. Yoshikawa can handle one of the infield positions. It would be cool if Aguire and Tacub-Cruz played more. UH needs more of those slap hitters that every team uses at the top of the lineup.

  163. PowderPuff May 10, 2009 10:00 pm

    BIG shout out to Rob25 and Frank25 for that AWESOME get-together last night. And yes ST, you have a few…and pow (or, pau)!!!

  164. Kekoa May 10, 2009 10:29 pm

    Pow-wah Puff ~ last night, I almost didn’t recognize you without your helmet on!

  165. Ralph May 10, 2009 10:39 pm

    ST what was wrong with tacub-Cruz’s leg? season ending injury, although I’ve seen her in shorts jogging with the girls between innings

  166. warrior4life May 10, 2009 10:41 pm

    hi ai–ee–soos for joe napeahi i think he should make the grade to play and be ready to join the hawaii warriors football team for summer camp.

  167. warriorfanny2 May 10, 2009 10:45 pm

    Still would lile to see pics of OLM running (except to a meal).

    Predicted seeding for WAC T:
    #1. SJSU (play 4 @ home against NEV).
    #2. LaT (play 4 @ home against NMS)
    #3. NEV (above .500)
    #4. NMS (at .500)
    #5 HAW (below .500 and thank God no mas)
    #6 SAC

    OK, just for fun, in the first round:
    SJSU v SAC, LaT v Haw and NEV v NMS.
    See what I mean…it dont matter, unless your team loses in the first round.

    Right now, SJSU is the best team in the WAC–they have decent hitting, .340 (2); pitching, 4.79 ERA (1); D, .976 Fielding (1) and team speed….since losing 3 at Haw, the Sparts have turned it around, 10-4, while HAW has sunk,
    8-11. SJSU swept LaT at home 4-0 and went 3-1 against NMS on the road and scored 67 runs!
    To stand a chance to win the WAC T–we must win the first game. Otherwise we may have to play 5-6 games dialin it from the losers bracket. We simply do not have the pitching.
    Period. Hopefully, Coach Mike will hook immediately….Kramer has been consistent…and when he is off–he is off.

  168. Stephen Tsai May 10, 2009 10:47 pm

    Hey, Powder, glad you made it home safely.

  169. Ralph May 10, 2009 10:48 pm

    I hope Montplasir and Roquemore continue to hit, the best they’ve done all season happened this weekend in Fresno.

  170. SteveM May 10, 2009 10:53 pm

    May 10th, 2009 at 7:42 pm
    BIG Mahalo to all who participated in my “Homey Safe Home Program” last night. First class delivery.

    Addahknowjoe — glad you got home and upstairs. Great account by A-sports — and possibly the creation of the Tsai-ko designated driver and piano moving service! Good thing had an engineer too. 🙂

    Seriously, a shout out to everyone who helped get you home. I only had to DD the lychee martini gal and my Bomber. 🙂

  171. LizKauai [iMac] Unite and Conquer! May 10, 2009 11:03 pm

    Nitey Nite and SWEET WARRIOR DREAMS!

  172. Kekoa May 10, 2009 11:11 pm

    As this Mother’s Day comes to an end, I’d like to salute all the Mom’s out there who have done so much to nurture our children and work hard to keep the family unit running smoothly.

    A tip of the Tsaiko cap to Esme and her Dot Com Moms for crossing over to join forces with the chosen ones of the Warrior Beat.

  173. Kekoa May 10, 2009 11:17 pm

    So who’s turn was it to check on Homey? Did he slip thru the “Homey Safe Home” program?

  174. Ralph May 10, 2009 11:53 pm

    good luck to the Na Wahines at the WAC outdoor track championships! Events begin on Wednesday. With a limited roster and participants in selected events the Na Wahine have had great success with C. James at the helm…

    Mr. Donovan : good coaching are game and program changers and the program reward is winning seasons, a winning tradition, and annual NCAA participation. If track and field was a revenue generating sports then coach James should be rewarded by the wahines success over the years. Ditto for the Water Polo team that finished fourth in the NCAA championships..

  175. Ralph May 10, 2009 11:55 pm

    Hawaiianbod was the DD for Koakane and Homey…at least to Aiea…we know Koakane got home, he posted, but Homey, no word from the wessai..

  176. Cindy (cenn) May 11, 2009 12:00 am

    A little late here, but we had a long, exhausting day with our families.
    Greg and I had a really good time at the party last night…mahalo to hosts Rob and Frank, and to everyone else. : ) We’ll all have to do this more often!

  177. Ralph May 11, 2009 12:02 am

    Go Celtics 🙂 🙂 🙂

  178. lakerj32 aka "lefty" May 11, 2009 1:17 am

    I know its really late but i was working on my stats paper. Hopped up on Caffeine right now.

    Thanks everyone for a memorable time! Got to see my good friends and meet new people. lots of luck to you Frank…nice talking to u.

    I was kinda sad not to hear Funky Cold Medina 🙁

    Sorry if i was a mic hog…my friends frm work actually made a rule for me when I go out with them…a “lefty” rule…no singing two songs in a row. lol

    Aww…great…who put the vid up of me rapping with Stephen…my students will probably find it now! they are not supposed to know that side of me…They think I live in a cave and read history books all day.

    Mr. C…I hope I can help u but our school is REALLY strict on GE transfers. My best basketball player was caught lying about his home address. They kicked him out and sent him to our rival school..Aliamanu…he killed us in the game. sheesh.

    thanks again everyone…

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  180. LizKauai [iMac] Unite and Conquer! May 11, 2009 3:20 am

    There were lychee martinis???

    Back to sleep!

  181. wafan May 11, 2009 3:26 am

    Dang. Monday morning. Make it a good one!!!

  182. wafan May 11, 2009 3:27 am

    Blog clock is 6 minutes slow.

    See you later today.

  183. Committed Road Warrior May 11, 2009 4:55 am

    Looks like I missed wafan and his usual early morning postings.

    Tsaigh…..Only an hour or so before the early morning folks make their first appearance for this new workweek.

  184. Garret May 11, 2009 5:20 am


    I hope that your morning is going well. I’ve been up for a couple of hours already today, but the kids keep me busy.

  185. Garret May 11, 2009 5:24 am

    Utah only netted $1.6 million from their Sugar Bowl appearance, much lower than the $2.5 million they made from their Fiesta Bowl appearance. The BCS payout was actually higher for the Sugar Bowl, so I guess that means that the MWC gives more money to each conference member now and less to the team that made the bowl game. I remember reading a year or two ago about how the MWC changed the way they split up their BCS money.

    Utah’s Athletic Department is going to have a deficit even with their Sugar Bowl money? Wow, they are in a financial hole!

    After last year’s football team went undefeated and was invited to play in the Sugar Bowl, the University of Utah received an unexpected boost of $1.6 million to its athletic program.

    Yet, despite that unforeseen windfall, just four years after netting another $2.5 million from a Fiesta Bowl appearance, the Utah athletic department is facing a shortfall of approximately $250,000 at the end of this fiscal year. And next year could be even worse, says Utah athletic director Chris Hill.

  186. Garret May 11, 2009 5:27 am

    I’ve been worried for quite some time that Utah State would run out of money and have to drop out of D-IA. They are getting $2 million more per year because their students voted to increase their Athletics Fee (check that out ASUH!), but they need more money somehow to balance their budget in the future.

    Worst off is Utah State with a deficit approaching a million dollars. First-year athletic director Scott Barnes is excited about a recently passed student referendum, which will add $2 million per year to USU athletics, but he says even that won’t be enough to keep the Aggies above water in the long term.

    “Running an athletic department is a lot more expensive than people realize,” said Utah’s Hill, who has run Utah’s successful athletic program for two decades.

    At Utah State, despite another projected deficit, there is optimism thanks to a successful men’s basketball program under Stew Morrill, a renewed hope for football under new coach Gary Andersen and an athletic director who is trying to upgrade the program while being handcuffed with one of the smallest budgets among Football Bowl Subdivision schools.

    “We already fund most of our programs at a minimum level,” Barnes said. “So we’ve had to really focus on overhauling our funding model. We’ve run a deficit for so long, our funding model was broke.”

    Barnes compares his budget to a three-legged stool — self-generated funds, institutional support and student fees.

    “When you compare a school like ours to Utah or BYU, our ability for self-generated revenue is not at the same level,” he said. “Our alumni base isn’t as large and our markets aren’t as large and prosperous for us to generate that kind of revenue.”

    Because of that, USU has had to rely more on student fees and institutional support. The referendum to increase student fees enough to put $2 million into the athletic budget was controversial on campus but vital for Utah State to remain a viable FBS (formerly called Division I) school.

    “We were fortunate to get a student referendum passed on our campus, which will certainly answer one of the three,” Barnes said. “But all along we’ve said it isn’t the total answer to our problems, just one piece of the puzzle. We have to all work harder and smarter in self-generated area. We’re getting closer but we’re not there yet.”

  187. Garret May 11, 2009 5:28 am

    The Beast and his Weber State teammates are going to bus to 4 games this season, up from the normal 2 bus trips Weber State takes.

    Of all the in-state schools, Weber State is the only one that has actually had to lay off staff in recent months, including one in marketing. Jerry Graybeal, who has been athletic director for nearly four years, said his school tries to find ways to save money without jeopardizing the experience of the student-athletes or handcuffing the coaches.

    One of the main things Weber has looked at is travel costs.

    “We’ve tried to look at streamlining our costs for travel,” said Graybeal. “That’s a big one. Everyone got hit last year with the explosion of oil prices. It’s expensive to travel regardless, but when possible we try to substitute a bus trip for a plane ride.”

    For example, the Weber State football team will take four bus trips this year and just two plane trips. In the past, the Wildcats have usually bused up to Montana or Montana State and always to Pocatello and flown elsewhere.

    This year, besides busing to Missoula, the Wildcats will get quite familiar with I-80, with bus trips for games at Wyoming, Colorado State and Northern Colorado.

    “This year we’ll only have two flights, Portland State and Eastern Washington, and that will help us,” Graybeal said. “We already pretty much travel bare bones anyway.”

  188. Garret May 11, 2009 5:30 am

    About how most schools lose money with sports:

    “I don’t know how long the non-BCS conference schools can keep it up. I really don’t. I call them the pretenders.” said Dan Fulks, author of a 114-page NCAA report on Division I revenues and expenditures.

    A report commissioned by the NCAA that was released last month showed that major college programs bumped their spending by nearly 11% annually, more than double the average rise in universities’ overall spending. Top-tier Division I-A teams increased their spending from $31 million in 2004 to $42 million in 2007, the most recent year in the study. All but about two dozen I-A athletics programs are subsidized to some degree by their respective schools.

  189. Garret May 11, 2009 5:32 am

    The Pac-10 is also having to cut back…even the Pac-10 is starting to have to cut sports teams.

    Washington is cutting its men’s and women’s swim teams.

    Stanford will chop $1.8 million from its athletic department budget this year, and $3.3 million next year, after its endowment lost about a fifth of its value, and UCLA’s budget will take a $1.5 million to $2 million hit.

    Oregon State may cut sports if it can’t raise more money from donors. Arizona State’s coaches are taking unpaid furloughs.

    Meanwhile, Stanford’s athletic endowment dropped to $410 million from $520 million, athletic director Bob Bowlsby said. Stanford has one of the nation’s biggest athletic departments with 35 varsity sports — 19 for women, 15 for men and one coed squad.

    “I really think you’re going to see a lot of men’s Olympic sports, and probably women’s too, go away in the next two or three years,” Bowlsby said.

  190. Garret May 11, 2009 5:34 am

    Some Pac-10 schools are thinking about ending the practice of putting the football team in a hotel the night before a home game…that is a huge expense that none of the other sports have.

    At some schools, there’s even talk of scrapping the longtime — and expensive — practice of quartering football teams at a local hotel on the night before home games. Coaches have long insisted they need to sequester their players to avoid “distractions” — an argument that may carry little weight in these times.

  191. Garret May 11, 2009 5:37 am

    I didn’t realize that the Titans drafted another CB in addition to Mouton this year, they drafted a CB last year (he spent the year on their practice squad), and they signed a free agent CB this offseason. That is a lot of competition for their camp, especially considering that BOTH of their starting CBs from last season are back!

    The Titans signed Texans free agent DeMarcus Faggins in the offseason. Also, rookies Jason McCourty (Rutgers) and Ryan Mouton (Hawaii) were drafted in the third and fourth rounds, respectively, of last month’s NFL Draft. Cecil said both players started rookie minicamp last week with better technical knowledge of the game than Williams had last spring.

    Still, Williams has come a long way. The Titans see potential in the seventh-round pick of the 2008 draft. He has the long arms and legs that make him an intriguing talent in a secondary that includes three Pro Bowl players. And now that he’s added muscle during the offseason workouts, Williams is a better fit to play the NFL game.

    Starting corners Finnegan and Nick Harper are back, but the Titans want one or more of the backups to push for playing time. Williams wants to be that guy.

  192. djmitcho May 11, 2009 5:37 am

    Good Morning Tsaikos! Sounds like everyone had a good time at the KK.
    Well it’s another week of slaving away for the man, or in my case, the woman.

  193. Committed Road Warrior May 11, 2009 5:43 am

    Hi Garret!

    Couldn’t sleep much last night, so I’m up earlier than usual. Assuredly I will be needing a nap come late afternoon so I can stay fully functioning come work time.

    That’s rough for Weber State. Ogden to Missoula is almost 7 hours by automobile. Ditto for Fort Collins and a tad longer to Greeley. I drove to the UH-Fresno game back in October. 9 hours from PHX. Rest assured I won’t be doing that again…..

  194. jm2375 May 11, 2009 5:54 am

    Good morning Tsai-kos!

    Happy Monday. grrr….

    Still can’t shake this dang cough. Woke me up at 4:30 this am.

    Jump over to Kelli’s blog and congratulate her!! Man, this girl is good – Phi Beta Kappa with a double major!!

  195. djmitcho May 11, 2009 5:57 am

    I feel for the beast and his teammates on the bus trips. We bused every game while at Whitworth. Granted most of our trips were not that long. The longest trip ever was a bus trip down to play at Humboldt St. We took 2 buses. Left on a thursday morning, drove to Bend, OR, practiced and stayed the night there and then finished the drive to California the next day. The worst part was one of the buses breaking down when we first hit Cali. We had to pile into 1 bus for a couple of hours

  196. Garret May 11, 2009 6:13 am


    I posted a congratulations on Kelli’s blog, but my comment is awaiting moderation…

  197. Garret May 11, 2009 6:17 am


    I cannot nap, so I just rely on caffeine to keep me going…today I definitely need the caffeine!

    I agree with you and djmitcho about how the bus ride will be hard on Weber State, especially for the longer trips. For the two road games that they normally fly to but will be busing to this year, those are pretty long trips and I hope that they don’t have a bus break down like djmitcho experienced.

  198. Garret May 11, 2009 6:17 am

    I just had some work sent to me, so I’ll be off blog for awhile and will let someone else post #200.

  199. djmitcho May 11, 2009 6:21 am


  200. Kekoa May 11, 2009 6:52 am

    Good Monday morning Garret & djmitcho. I remember when Weber State came here to play UH. Mr & Mrs Bulla met the team with Bento lunch boxes consisting of Spam musubi and assorted island goodies.

    One of the mainland players grumbled about having to eat *Spam* in a short video interview. Maybe Spam musubi will become more of a cost saving road meal on their bus trips this season.

  201. Kekoa May 11, 2009 7:02 am

    jm2375 ~ I think you have a seperate strain I call, “Swine Cough.”

    Quarantine the keed and your hubby, take 2 tsp of Noni juice 3X a day, and call me next Spring.

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  203. Mr C May 11, 2009 7:25 am

    morning tsaikos,
    small kine tired but can function. ST’s u tube / tricky just gave me a kick start. Good job ST and Lefty.

    A Joe or A Sports
    I spoke to my co-worker, he said ok for you to call him. Give me your cell or email so i can contact u.

    Back to work, check back later when 5-11-09 blog starts.

  204. Mr C May 11, 2009 7:40 am

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  206. jm2375 May 11, 2009 7:55 am

    anyone heard from homey yet?

  207. Mr C May 11, 2009 7:59 am

    I heard from him sunday morning. He is safe and in one piece.

  208. jm2375 May 11, 2009 8:09 am

    Time to fry #206!

  209. jm2375 May 11, 2009 8:33 am

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    Wow ST really went pau!

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