Fly on Kalakaua

Long after my "Bunky" days, I had a part-time job that was mainly driving a delivery van around the island of Oahu in Hawaii.  Anyhow, one afternoon I was driving down Kalakaua Avenue through the center of  Waikiki.  I had stopped at a red light when a fly suddenly flew through the open van window, up into my nose, and then flew groggily out of my surprised mouth. My eyes popped out, I sneezed, and immediately all of the people in the crosswalk and on the sidewalk, shouted, "Gesundheit!" 

The light turned green.

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"How to get all flies out of your home without killing them."


Robert Red-Baer

1950-Went to Tinton Falls Elementary School, N.J.
1962-Went to Monmouth Regional HS, N.J.
1964-Graduated US Army NCO Acadamy, Germany
1971-Graduated University of Hawaii with honors
1973-Red Heart Follies (Hawaii)
1975-Japan Prime Minister's Award (Video), among many
1985-Professor Edogawa University, Chiba Japan
2010-Retired in Japan